See it, touch it, feel it: Team develops invisible 3-D haptic shape (w/ Video)
Technology has changed rapidly over the last few years with touch feedback, known as haptics, being used in entertainment, rehabilitation and even surgical training. New research, using ultrasound, has developed ...
3D, 360-degree fog display shown off (w/ video)
Kinect 2 with Oculus Rift gets NASA robotic arm workout
Land Rover demos invisible bonnet / car hood (w/ video)
When virtual reality feels real (w/Video)
Despite advances in computer graphics, few people would think virtual characters or objects are real. Yet placed in a virtual reality environment most people will interact with them as if they are really there. ...
LG unveils curved-screen smartphone
LG Electronics unveiled Monday a curved-screen smartphone, taking on rival Samsung in a niche market seen as a first step on the road to fully flexible products.
Norwegian army testing Oculus Rift virtual goggles system for tank drivers
Fighting Parkinson's with carbon nanoparticles
One of the problems affecting the human nervous system is dopamine deficiency. But testing of dopamine concentration is costly and requires sophisticated equipment not available in a doctor's office. Enter ...
Software engineering students on the 'cutting edge' of immersive virtual reality
Back in 1987, Robert Teather received his very first Nintendo Entertainment System.
Microsoft has patent ambitions for immersive gaming
EUV machines to swing into commercial action in 2015
Applying enhanced virtuality to language learning
Merging the real world with its mirror in a virtual world so that students can be immersed in a hybrid learning environment that permits improved language teaching: that is the objective of scientists at the ...
Imec, ASML demonstrate potential of 193nm immersion lithography with freeform illumination
Imec and ASML collaborated to qualify ASML's Tachyon Source Mask Optimization and programmable illuminator system FlexRay, proving its potential with the demonstration of a 22nm SRAM memory cell.
Video games and realism
More than 60 percent of parents say video games have no effect on their children. Not true, says Marina Krcmar, associate professor of communication at Wake Forest, who studies the impact of video games on children and teens. ...