Category: UncategorizedPage 1 of 3

What happens when an AI plays a videogame?

Through training in a simulated hide-and-seek environment, AI agents build a series of six distinct strategies and counterstrategies, some of which we did not know the environment supported….

VR mind control. Jedi powers in cyberspace.

VR mind is the first intelligent system that identifies active, visual focus. The NextMind engine analyzes and interprets neural signals in subseconds. The more you use it, the…

First NFT digital house in the world

“Toronto-based artist Krista Kim has sold the first NFT-backed digital home for over half a million dollars, as interest in virtual design continues to grow”. Read more

Burned Banksy. NFTs will change the art industry for ever.

A group of crypto artists bought the Banksy piece “Morons” and burned it before issuing an NFT. A piece by famous street artist Banksy is to be sold as a…

GeForce Is Made for Gaming, CMP Is Made to Mine

With the upcoming release of their new graphics card GeForce RTX 3060, Nvidia announced their new line of Cryptocurrency Mining Processor (CMP) product line. This is done so…

Project Anywhere. Simulating planet Earth

Project Anywhere is a proof of concept created for vIITSEC 2020, hosted on Microsoft Azure and powered by NVIDIA GPUs. This video shows how running a cloud-based, high-precision…

Adobe Flash is Dead!

Support for Adobe Flash officially ended on December 31, 2020, effectively killing off the platform. The now-discontinued web plugin will be remembered for its golden era of animated…

A tour of Cyberpunk 2077’s Night City

Cyberpunk 2077 was the most anticipated videogame of 2020. Not just because of its vast size of exploration and rich history characters but particularly because the “design and…

Mapping the digital world

Map design and the player interactions with maps are an essential part of the undertaking of creating a video game. In this article, architects Enrique Parra and Manuel…

Czinger 21C. A 3D Printed Eco Friendly Supercar

The Czinger 21C is a 1,233bhp hypercar powered by a turbo V8 revving to 11,000rpm, and a 1+1 layout. The big news is it’s 3D printed and eco…

Cine Tracer. Learn cinematography by playing a game.

Cine Tracer is a revolutionary game as well as a pre-visualization and virtual set tool, that allows players to visualize a create a film inside of a video…

‘It’s Not a Bug, It’s a Feature.’ Trite—or Just Right?

“A standard joke is that a bug can be turned into a feature simply by documenting it (then theoretically no one can complain about it because it’s in…

Exhibition Open World: Video Games & Contemporary Art

A just-opened exhibition at the Akron Art Museum, “Open World: Video Games & Contemporary Art,” offers beautiful, thought-provoking imagery and something of a portal for your mind to…

Body/scapes and sound/scapes

Touch, sound and technology are combined in a gadget to experiment through emotions and soundscapes. A musical world is promised, an interconnection between organic and inorganic bodies, a…

3 Years and 6 Months of Digital Decay

A website with an algorithm that affects the uploaded video in real-time | CD-Rs by Shinji Toya. Read more here.

Digital Dark Ages

Digital Dark Ages: Speculations on Digital Decay by Patrizia Costantin. ‘The world is suffering from a dark and silent phenomenon known as ‘digital decay’ – anything stored in…

Architectural photography in contemporary China.

Sci-Fi City by Luis de la Barrera-Montenegro.

You can see more of his work in his personal website: https://luisbm.es/

Keynes was wrong. Gen Z will have it worse.

The founder of macroeconomics predicted that capitalism would last for approximately 450 years. That’s the length of time between 1580, when Queen Elizabeth invested Spanish gold stolen by…

Tesla Suit. A full body haptic device.

A haptic suit, also known as tactile suit, gaming suit or haptic vest, is a wearable device that provides haptic feedback to the body. Although that there are…

Absolute Immersion? An entire week in VR.

Jak Wilmot, the co-founder of Atlanta-based VR content studioDisrupt VR, spent 168 consecutive hours in a VR headset – that’s a full week – pent up in his…

VR Art Reduces Need For Opioids in NY Hospital

In Spring 2017, Olivia Davis, Assistant Curator for the Montefiore Medical Center Fine Art Program and Collection, approached renowned artist Tom Christopher to create the first virtual reality…

What‘s the X in XR?

X and its evolution is something that applies to all of the degrees of reality on the ‘virtuality continuum’ of XR. In order to be a game-changer, X…

Next generation VR technologies in Boneworks.

BONEWORKS Is a narrative VR action adventure using advanced experimental physics mechanics. Dynamically navigate through environments, engage in physics heavy combat, and creatively approach puzzles with physics. It…

Professionals apply their knowledge and experience in video games.

Video games like Minecraft and Fortnite allow players to build their own houses. Also games like Cities Skylines give the opportunity to design a whole city. In these…

teamLab Borderless exhibition in Tokyo’s Digital Art Museum

Wander, explore, discover in one borderless world. teamLab Borderless is a world of art without boundaries, a museum without a map. teamLab Borderless is a group of artworks…

REZ Infinite. The VR version of a masterpiece game.

Rez Infinite is the new version of the classic a rail shooter REZ in which the player takes control of an onscreen avatar traveling along a predetermined path…

How to control a droplet.

MIT’s Tangible Media Group, led by Professor Hiroshi Ishii, explores the Tangible Bits vision to seamlessly couple the dual world of bits and atoms by giving physical form…

How to get dizzy in cyberspace. A 3 axis, 360 degrees VR chair.

MMOne™ is a new simulator that includes a fixed platform with adjustable legs, the base (or “hand”), attached sports seats, and VR glasses or screen. The control system…

aeroMorph project. Origami structures with inflatable materials.

This MIT’s media lab project investigates how to make origami structure with inflatables with various materials. We introduce a universal bending mechanism that creates programmable shape-changing behaviors with…

Touch and feel the digital world with Plexus gloves.

A new haptic device by Plexus. These gloves allow you to touch and feel any object in VR. For more info check out the following link: http://plexus.im/

The Japanese approach to building demolition.

In Tokyo, Taisei Corp. has introduced a safe and environment friendly demolition system for ultra-high-rise buildings that is considered by many as a turning point in the industry….

The beginning of the 4th Industrial Revolution.

Ubiquitous, mobile supercomputing. Artificially-intelligent robots. Self-driving cars. Neuro-technological brain enhancements. Genetic editing. The evidence of dramatic change is all around us and it’s happening at exponential speed. Previous…

The future of ray tracing.

In computer graphics, ray tracing is a rendering technique for generating an image by tracing the path of light as pixels in an image plane and simulating the…

Auto self-repairing fabrics are here.

You don’t need a pair of epic mutton chops to feel like Wolverine anymore, now that a clothing company out of Washington state has come out with a…

How to turn your arm into a laser cannon.

Anyone who’s ever played any of Nintendo’s Metroid games has only wanted to know one thing—how can I turn my arm into a laser cannon? Series protagonist and…

New advances in haptic technology. HaptX’s new glove.

HaptX is a multidisciplinary team of engineers based in San Luis Obispo, CA and Seattle, WA that builds advanced haptic technology. Their first product, HaptX Gloves, brings touch…

Nootropics: Are they the steroids of e-sports?

Nootropics, or smart drugs, were once the domain of a select few biohackers willing to experiment with compounds in the hopes of boosting their brains. But Nootropics are…

Lexus hoverboard: Another sci-fi movie gadget becomes reality.

SLIDE, is a hoverboard that appears to not just live up to our Back to the Future II dreams but, at least stylistically, improve on them. Better yet,…

Google’s Deep Dream: An algorithmic ‘paint brush’ that raises the oldest question in art.

If art is what makes us human, how come Google’s bots can do it too? DeepDream is a computer vision program created by Google engineer Alexander Mordvintsev which…

WP2Social Auto Publish Powered By : XYZScripts.com