CBS News: Japan's augmented reality pop stars - Japan's newest stars have the basics of being a pop idol down, they have professionally organized choreography and can sing without missing a beat. Their only problem is that neither of them exist.
Going Beyond Augmented Reality Taking 1st Place at the Imagina Awards for Best Design and Communication, the Aeon Project is a thoughtful & open-minded exploration into the merging of mobility & 3D applications. Aeon not only incorporates the navigation & general controls you’d expect from HUD, but also becomes an immersive, interactive learning experience through selectable applications, allowing the user to learn about surrounding objects with the swipe of finger, or turning the screen into a visual story about surrounding architecture. For complete customization, Aeon can be adjusted from augmented reality, to mixed reality, to virtual reality, allowing the user to easily shift from text-only information to complete virtual immersion. Designers: Michaël Harboun, Fabien Chancel, and Akki Reddy Challa
How do you get to know a protein? How about from the inside out? If you ask chemistry professor James Hinton, "It’s really important that scientists as well as students are able to touch, feel, see … embrace–if you like, these proteins structures”. For decades, with funding from the National Science Foundation (NSF), Hinton has used nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) to look at protein structure and function. But he wanted to find a way to educate and engage students about his discoveries.
The picture above shows an example of the interactive visualization of proteins from the Protein Data Bank (PDB), using PDB browser software on the C-Wall (virtual reality wall) at the California Institute for Telecommunications and Information Technology (Calit2) at the University of California, San Diego. The work was performed by Jürgen P. Schulze, project scientist, in collaboration with Jeff Milton, Philip Weber and Professor Philip Bourne of the University of California, San Diego. The software supports collaborative viewing of proteins at multiple sites on the Internet
Virtual reality, with the requisite head gear, can make you a more caring, helpful person, Stanford University researchers say. The WSJs Michael Kofsky steps into computer-generated worlds to test their claims.
Luis Carlos Peña Gordillo's insight:
La realidad podría hacernos mejores personas en el mundo real :)
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