HTC announces Vive Pro and VR wireless adapter

The VR headset race is heating up as HTC teased their latest of offerings at CES 2018. While Facebook has chosen to introduce a more affordable model of the Oculus Rift to appeal to the masses with their Oculus Go, HTC has instead opted to focus their efforts on producing a beefed up version of […]

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neurable virtual reality brain

Neurable, a Boston-based startup, recently debuted a part of their virtual reality (VR) game in the works. But this sci-fi game, Awakening, is no ordinary VR game. To play, you use your mind to control objects. The demo is an actual realization of neuroreality, an emerging field that could revolutionize the way we interact with machines. […]

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smart glove translates asl

Whether it’s MIT’s sweat-detecting workout apparel or Levi’s high-tech jacket that controls smart devices, the wearables industry is starting to get super innovative. The latest head-turning discovery comes out of University of California – San Diego and it’s downright fascinating. Called “The Language of Glove” – UC engineers were able to design a smart glove […]

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facebook oculus vr headset

Every year, there’s a breakthrough in virtual reality, which usually means the integration of state-of-the-art immersive technology into everyday gadgets. From the Best Headsets to high-end gaming systems, AR/VR devices are poised to impact how we interact with the world. The tech mega giant Facebook seems to have a crystal ball when it comes to […]

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RED's Hydrogen One

RED – the world-renown digital camera company – is attempting to do what no other camera manufacturer has been able to do: create a modular smartphone with built-in holographic 3D technology. This is a pretty tall order and judging from its pending patent, RED has their work cut out for them.

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Avatar Sequel Will Feature Glass-Less 3D Technology

We all know the problem with 3D glasses. The flimsy movie theater pair is super uncomfortable and the high-tech ones are pricey and impractical. But what if you could go see the latest blockbuster and experience 3D entertainment without wearing glasses? James Cameron, the famous Hollywood Director, has made it his mission to integrate the […]

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Magic Leap's New Tech Poised to Disrupt AR/VR Industry

With an already impressive $1.4 billion in venture capital funding from Andreessen Horowitz, Kleiner Perkins, Google, JPMorgan, Fidelity and Alibaba, the computer vision startup Magic Leap is once again teasing their first product that is “up and running and live.” Poised to disrupt the computing industry, Magic Leap’s is going beyond the world’s of AR/VR […]

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UC Berkeley's DexNet Robot

Commercialized robots, whether they’re being used in Amazon shipping warehouses or Tesla giga-factories, still have trouble picking up irregularly shaped objects. Robotic arms are typically relegated to moving cargo of similar size and have yet to require the skills to pick up oddly-shaped objects like shoes, open boxes, furniture, or recreational equipment. Until now, that […]

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ManoMotion hand tracking

The AR/VR world never has a dull moment and thanks to the gesture recognition technology of the Swedish computer vision startup ManoMotion, we may get to see our actual hands interact with 3D objects through our smartphone cameras.

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