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Katherine Noyes
Virtual Space Travel, Part 1: One Small Step
06/07/08 4:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1163 Words

In today's Internet-enabled world, ordinary citizens can explore the universe from the comfort of their own homes through the likes of Google Sky, Google Moon and Google Mars. Virtual tours are available from sites like SpaceWander and .

Never before has...

John P. Mello Jr.
Grandmaster and Computer To Battle in Final Match
11/18/03 6:55 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 672 Words

... a classic duel between wetware and software this afternoon, the world's number one chess player will battle a computer program in the last of a four-game set in virtual reality. After three contests, the opponents -- Grandmaster Garry Kasparov, 40, and X3D...

Peter Suciu
Our Sci-Fi Future: Silly vs. Terrifying
04/25/17 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1467 Words

That is as unlikely ever to become reality as the show's transporter technology -- but that didn't stop the comparisons to the show's magic means of "beaming" when German scientists created a system of scanning an object and recreating it elsewhere.


Quinten Plummer
Google's Cardboard May Help Build Strong VR Foundation
06/01/15 11:15 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 571 Words

"Cardboard is about making it possible for anyone to check out virtual reality experiences with their smartphone," Bavor told TechNewsWorld. "Combined with the Cardboard SDKs, we want to make it possible for anyone to develop new VR apps or add to their...

Richard Adhikari
Leap Motion Gets Your Hands in the Game
09/02/14 7:06 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 563 Words

... Motion last week announced a virtual reality headset developer mount for Oculus Rift and a new API that together will take the VR game to new heights. The API feeds raw infrared imagery straight from Leap's sensors to the controller on the...

Rob Enderle
Lenovo Beats Apple, HP iPods the Game Market, More Gifts for Dads and Grads
04/09/07 4:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1381 Words

For instance, using imaging technology, HP's team demonstrated a system that overlays a virtual game over a physical location. Players can physically run through the game and interact with others, using handheld computers as their windows into this alternative virtual dimension.


Rob Enderle
Technology Challenges for the Next Pope
04/11/05 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1307 Words

In 20 years or so, our ability to place ourselves in these virtual worlds will reach unprecedented levels, and it would be natural for someone to virtualize the Bible and create a virtual Bible world.

Being able to talk to a virtual...

Rob Enderle
'Act of Valor' and Google Glasses: The Future of Movies and Reality TV
02/27/12 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1161 Words

Weaving these two events together gives us a glimpse of the future of reality movies and TV.

I'll close with my product of the week this week, the Sony Play Station Vita, what may be the best -- and last -- of...

Wes Hayden
Building Tomorrow's Virtual Contact Center Today
09/19/06 4:00 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 1287 Words

In reality, there's a dramatic change taking place in the way businesses view customer service operations, how agents work and the skills required of them. In fact, many businesses are moving toward virtual contact centers, which provide a better work environment for...

David Jones
Facebook Taps Barra to Push VR to the Next Level
01/27/17 12:22 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 629 Words

... on Wednesday announced that Hugo Barra would be onboarding the company to head up its virtual reality business, including the critically important Oculus team. Barra just days ago announced his departure from Xiaomi . Barra will fill the void left last month,...

Walaika Haskins
Microsoft Aims for an Experience, Sony Just Wants a Home
10/09/08 2:38 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 753 Words

Microsoft announced its New Xbox Experience offering, which includes game, TV and movie downloads, as well as a new virtual world for Xbox 360 owners. Sony, meanwhile, announced that Home, its much-delayed virtual world for the PlayStation 3 (PS3), will be available before...

Kirk L. Kroeker
Beyond 3G Networks: An Interview with Lucent Mobility CTO Paul Mankiewich
02/18/04 5:30 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 3363 Words

Also, these enhancements will make efficient and high-quality VoIP services over mobile technologies a reality. The world is moving rapidly to VoIP, and wireless should lead the way.

TNW: Anything else you're working on?

Mankiewich: We are...

Peter Suciu
Rez Infinite Rocks Worlds
10/21/16 1:30 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 888 Words

Rez Infinite , one of the first virtual reality games for Sony's new PlaystationVR, this week earned praise from early reviewers for its graphics and immersing qualities. Sony announced the game -- an update of a remake -- last year. Featuring support for...

Peter Suciu
Microsoft Invites Devs to Tinker With HoloLens
02/29/16 2:34 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 810 Words

Over the past year, Microsoft has unveiled partnerships with Autodesk Fusion 360, NASA , Case Western Reserve University and the Cleveland Clinic, highlighting vast real-world possibilities for its virtual reality technology.

Other developer applicants will receive invitations to purchase the Microsoft...

Rob Enderle
3 Things That Will Change Electronic Entertainment Forever
06/22/15 9:58 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1160 Words

Sony and Microsoft came ready to do battle, Nintendo showed up, and we were up to our armpits in little companies doing amazing things with virtual reality. However, companies that weren't at the event, like Amazon and Netflix, likely have more to say...

Richard Adhikari
Hack Day Produces Oculix, a Mind-Blowing Trip Through the Netflix Catalog
08/21/14 6:23 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 615 Words

... team of Netflix programmers merged the company's videos with the virtual reality capability offered by the Oculus Rift headset as a fun project on Netflix Hack Day. The Oculix media app lets users browse a floating 3D Netflix video catalog using head...

Vivian Wagner
The Virtual Workplace: Lean and Green
04/12/11 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 986 Words

"Our employees use our products daily to reduce their travel and lower their impact on the planet," said de Albergaria. "About one-third of our workforce is virtual, which has not only helped increase productivity and driven our growth, but has also...

Brad King
IBM's New 3-D Game Challenges Students to Save a Dying Planet
02/15/08 11:22 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 494 Words

IBM on Thursday unveiled a multiplayer 3-D virtual world and companion classroom materials designed to promote science and engineering education in high schools. "PowerUp" -- which asks players to try to save a planet in near ecological ruin -- gets its public release...

Rob Enderle
Avoiding Career Death by Twitter
06/04/18 7:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1330 Words

There are two big problems with augmented and virtual reality at the moment. One is that there still is a lack of truly compelling content, and the other is that good hardware still is too expensive.

The Qualcomm XR1 platform is designed...

Quinten Plummer
Pokémon GO Steps on the Mobile AR Gas
09/17/15 3:43 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 580 Words

Nintendo and The Pokémon Company teamed up with former Google game studio Niantic on an augmented reality project, complete with a wearable Poké Ball that just might be the next best thing to filling Pokédex with pocket monsters. The trio announced Pokémon GO...

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