BBC News Virtual reality gets more real BBC News The BBC's North America Technology Correspondent Richard Taylor visited one Silicon Valley start-up to try out the latest in virtual reality and find out how 3D artificial worlds are created.
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Invisivision is a patent-pending eyewear technology, by PipeDream Interactive, that uses the current 3D infrastructure to allow users to control their experience and select between different image and video streams. Having received serious traction from large Hollywood producers and studios, Invisivision is raising money through Kickstarter to fund a short film starring Aaron Ashmore and J.P. Manoux that will demonstrate this amazing innovation in the best possible quality. | Virtual Strategy Magazine is an online publication devoted entirely to virtualization technologies.
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - In 2013, Oculus VR's booth at Electronic Entertainment Expo, the gaming industry's biggest annual convention, was relegated to a far corner of the showfloor near the restrooms. What
If you had to visualize someone who self-describes as a “gamer,” what would you see? A 13 year old boy who doesn’t have many friends? A college student who prefers playing games on his futon to going to class?
(Phys.org) —A team of researchers at Delft University in the Netherlands is reporting in a paper they have had published in the journal Science, that they have successfully used entanglement as a means of communication, over a distance of ten feet...
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WIRED sat down with Joi Ito, the director of the MIT Media Lab, to discuss this phenomenon of convergence, where digital bits from the computer world are fusing with atoms here in the physical world (see gallery above). The trend is advancing, he says, and it won't stop at gadgets. For Ito, the next great engineering platform will be living matter itself.
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