automotive

Automotives – The Rise of the Machines
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Automotives – The Rise of the Machines

Robots will take control. It’s a scary state of mind, but it depends on how humans will control it. Automotive, ADAS and self-driving systems are fast-growing markets that are already adopted by all the big players and brands in the car and high-tech industry. It’s not so obvious that the “big boys” of the car […]

Nokia Technologies Partners With Disney To Film The Future of VR
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Nokia Technologies Partners With Disney To Film The Future of VR

Nokia Technologies today announced a partnership with Disney to explore the creation of virtual reality (VR) content in filmmaking using Nokia’s OZO, the world’s first VR camera, to film behind-the-scenes movie extras. As part of the agreement, Nokia will work with Disney to provide equipment and VR technologies to support the creation of special VR […]

Huawei: China-based Manufacturer Unveils Gear VR-Style Headset Alongside P9 Flagship Series Smartphones
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Huawei: China-based Manufacturer Unveils Gear VR-Style Headset Alongside P9 Flagship Series Smartphones

Telecommunications giant Huawei expands its product line by launching its own virtual reality (VR) headset, the Huawei VR, alongside its recently announced P9 flagship, at an event in Shanghai, China. While the wearable device strongly resembles the design and functionality of the Samsung VR, the two aren’t necessarily going head-to-head. Huawei is going after the […]

Google and NASA Partner to Explore Quantum Computing With the D-Wave 2X
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Google and NASA Partner to Explore Quantum Computing With the D-Wave 2X

Google and NASA partner to explore quantum computing using D-wave 2X technology. Although the concept of quantum computing has been around since the early 1980’s, the emergence of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the Internet of Things (IoT) is revamping modern research and the computing industry. According to recent reports, Google and NASA have been studying […]

Six Flags and Samsung Partner to Launch First VR Roller Coaster
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Six Flags and Samsung Partner to Launch First VR Roller Coaster

Looking for gut-wrenching thrills and excitement this summer? Pack your bags and head to Six Flags Theme Parks for the most ultimate virtual reality (VR) immersion experience this season has to offer. Thanks to a partnership between Six Flags Entertainment Corporation and Samsung Electronics America, you and your family can now experience unique thrills and […]

The Cars Have Eyes! NVIDIA Unveils Self Driving Car System at CES 2016
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The Cars Have Eyes! NVIDIA Unveils Self Driving Car System at CES 2016

NVIDIA held their CES 2016 press event last night. The entire focus was on their ability to make a self driving car safe, and the incredible task of how they accomplish this using computer vision, really fast GPUs and really smart deep learning algorithms. If you haven’t been following this, strap in, this is a very […]

4D 3D Augmented Virtual Reality Street Artist: Anthony Cappetto
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4D 3D Augmented Virtual Reality Street Artist: Anthony Cappetto

My name is Anthony Cappetto, an augmented virtual reality street artist and I am presenting my first of many posts about my thoughts and my developing initiatives integrating (or ‘blending’) my dedication to an art form with roots in the Renaissance with the unfolding developments of emerging technologies such as augmented and virtual reality such […]

The HoloDeck – Positive and Negative Scenarios
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The HoloDeck – Positive and Negative Scenarios

The HoloDeck – Positive and Negative Scenarios The first time we heard of ‘holodeck’ was in the pilot episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation named Encounter at Farpoint. Something along the same line appeared in The Practical Joker, the animated series of Star Trek released in 1974.  What is impressive about the Holodeck is […]

Threats Posed by HUDs before Drivers
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Threats Posed by HUDs before Drivers

Threats Posed by HUDs before Drivers Heads-up displays, introduced as technological upgrade in auto industry, work more against the purpose for which they are designed. This is the find of the study conducted by Ian Spence of Toronto University. The research results were published in PLoS ONE last month and threw light on how the […]

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