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  • Will Neuro Games become the next revolution of the game business?

    At the recent Neuro Gaming 2014 conference in San Francisco with more than 550 attendees the emerging feeling is that Neuro Games might represent the disruptive technology changing the future of games!

    Tags: games, engagement, user interfaces, brain research, sensors

    26. June 2014

  • Glove teaches you how to play piano

    A CNN report about a glove developed by scientists at Georgia Tech that can teach people to play the piano and help those with spinal cord injuries regain sensation in their hands. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zi6t89pi17c

    Tags: music, glove, sensors

    6. July 2014

  • as·phyx·i·a (2015)

    as·phyx·i·a is a collaborative effort and experimental film created by Maria Takeuchi with Frederico Phillips and performed by Shiho Tanaka. The project is an effort to explore new ways to use and/or combine technologies and different fields in an experiment without many of t...

    Tags: art, sensors, motion capture

    20. March 2015

  • Miguel CHEVALIER Digital Arabesques 2015

    Generative "Magic Carpets" Make Their Final Stop in Morocco. “Digital Arabesques 2015” revisits the Moroccan artistic tradition via the medium of digital art as it spreads out across the floor like a huge light carpet. Since the first installment in Sharjah, UAE, Digital Arabesques ...

    Tags: art, sensors, digital projection

    8. May 2015

  • The World in 2025: 8 Predictions for the Next 10 Years (2015)

    In 2025, in accordance with Moore's Law, we'll see an acceleration in the rate of change as we move closer to a world of true abundance. Peter Diamandis presents the eight areas where we'll see extraordinary transformation in the next decade.

    Tags: future, 2015, Augmented reality, Virtual Reality, sensors

    4. June 2015

  • Airflow (2015)

    At the annual AWE (Augmented World Expo), virtual reality experience company Mindride showed off a demo of its latest interactive experience. The Airflow "ride" places individuals in a harness and hangs them horizontally in the classic flying position. It then recreates soaring through the air th...

    Tags: ICT, virtual reality, Oculus Rift, motion tracking, sensors

    11. June 2015

  • Legos + Sensors = a Fun, Easy Take on 3D Modeling (2015)

    With Lego X, you just use Lego bricks to create digital models without ever touching a computer software. A group called Gravity Research Club has inserted small sensors into a collection of building bricks and matched them to corresponding virtual versions that can be viewed on a tablet. Clever...

    Tags: design, 3D modeling, lego, sensors

    10. November 2015

  • As Sensors Shrink, Wearables Will Disappear (2015)

    Within five years, wearables like the Watch could be overtaken by hearables – devices with tiny chips and sensors that can fit inside your ear. They, in turn, could be superseded by disappearables – technology tucked inside your clothing, or even inside your body.

    Tags: ICT, sensors, wearables

    22. November 2015

  • BMW to Unveil AirTouch 3D Gesture Control System at CES (2015)

    The technology lets you control your car's entertainment, navigation, and communication functions "using simple hand gestures made with a flat hand."

    Tags: ICT, gesture control, sensors

    29. December 2015

  • Teslasuit: VR suit with haptic feedback (2015)

    Based on Neuro-muscular Electrical Stimulation that is widely used in medicine, electrotherapy and professional sport,Teslasuit incorporates a mesh of sensors that could deliver wide range of sensations such as touch, wind, water, heat, cold as well as the force with tiny mild electric pulses. T...

    Tags: ICT, Virtual Reality, sensors, haptic

    3. January 2016

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