This week, we’ve got the ability to control VR with your mind, robot “living jewellery” that clings to your clothes and a DIY Google Glass by a 15-year-old maker!
I’m making a fun, light-hearted online course on building a virtual assistant using Api.ai! I’m asking for thoughts on what it should cover and opening registrations for early interest! Registering early will grant you a discount code when it’s out as my way of saying thanks!
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Xavier Ho provides his perspective on the industry in this guest post for Dev Diner! Thanks Xavier!
Tomorrow being… today! Like… right now. Go try it!
Rather than using the EEG signals like Muse’s headband, it uses event-related potential (ERP) signals which measure user response to stimuli.
Your Oculus Rift’s Portal app now launches any VR app, not just ones from their Store.
Let this developer take apart his headset so you don’t have to!
You can now use Daydream apps and such on the S8 and S8+.
They’ve got their own 3D modelling software available on Steam now!
TPCast’s wireless upgrade kit’s has FCC approval but no release date yet.
The shortlist for each of the 12 categories has been revealed!
I disagree with the “don’t get it” part of the title. Get it if you’re looking to use it for professional/enterprise use. Or if you can’t resist technology.
I’ve been wanting to find a way to do this myself! DIY Google Glass!
Want more than just a headset? What about an implant?
It also has Spectator Screen support to the Rift and Vive, and more!
Escher Reality is building a cross-platform toolkit and custom backend for mobile AR developers.
Wired discusses Apple’s ARKit future.
Fascinating to hear that the tech is being tried out in real world settings!
CNET looks at that Super Mario HoloLens app that came out a little while ago.
The 2017 Genesis G80/G90 models have an AR manual now available.
Samsung may have a new wearable on the way!
In some circumstances, fitness wearables can end up being a de-motivating factor after the initial novelty wears off.
Sonar sensor & gentle vibrations help reveal surrounding objects and people.
They’ve made some partnerships to make it easier to connect to 911 during a crash or a medical emergency.
Tanmay knows his stuff on machine learning! Had a great chat with him.
They’ve beaten impressive times set by Facebook’s AI Research Lab.
TechRepublic explains how it works and why it matters.
Yep. Another chatbot that didn’t quite go as planned.
The Pentagon has approved a new policy that lets em shoot down your stuff.
Really valid question for our future filled with AI.
The Neural Information Processing Systems conference has some interesting competitions that might be worth looking into!
Oh yeah, that’s real original.
Are we sacrificing long-term relationships for short term help solutions?
This is super impressive!
MIT’s “living jewelry” has palm-sized robots that cling onto clothing with magnets.
So many IoT security issues found using an SD card reader & some soldering.
Hackers could hack into your Echo using this method on the 2015 and 2016 versions of the speaker, but they need physical access.
The US is looking to enforce some IoT security, which is hopefully a good sign.
It is a bot and water monitoring device!
Why not put a Raspberry Pi into a 2007 netbook? Here’s how in great detail.
Netbook not small enough? How about this then.
With some adjusting, the Raspberry Pi can get even smaller!
A new video series of interviews with influential women innovating in the electronics hardware industry.