In many ways, virtual reality is still a moonshot. The $2 billion acquisition of Oculus by Facebook in 2014 lent the neo-futurist hobby a decidedly shortened timeline for consumer adoption.
Samsung has confirmed the rumored acquisition of QD Vision as the company looks to strengthen its quantum dot display technology unit.
The Russian man, who suffers from Werdnig-Hoffman disease (a rare and severe form of spinal muscular atrophy), will be using a virtual reality system to prepare his body for the post-surgery transition—which is planned to happen by the end of 2017.
As a material, paper has a lot of benefits. It's been around for thousands of years, it’s a universally understood medium, and it's cheap. But there are also downsides: paper can rip and tear, it’s heavy, and can take up a lot of space.
Lates: Wearable Tech is the latest after-hours opening at the Museum for adult visitors. It will showcase the work of first year students who have been working on a project to embed technology devices in clothing, including zip-activated electronics and LED buttons.
Fearsome sea creatures from the depths of the ocean could be brought to life in giant interactive screens on Swansea seafront. Climate change and computer science could also be explored by visitors to a state-of-the-art attraction, proposed at the city's Civic Centre site.
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