This week, we have an AR version of that iconic scene from The Ring, AI has found loopholes in Q*bert that may never have been found before, VR has been used for the first time in a Chinese court room and lots more!
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For the first time, the Rift has overtaken the HTC Vive on the monthly Steam hardware survey!
On March 1st, a Beijing court became the first court in China to introduce VR during a criminal case.
The Nyoibo arm attaches to the front of a VR controller can dynamically change the feel of the item in your hand. Super cool.
Globally training staff with the power of VR!
Microsoft is working on “a cane controller that could someday allow visually impaired people to explore new worlds”.
Microsoft is currently making a solution to link “two standard VR motion controllers together to simulate realistic tension and pressure”.
Having VR on the web really does bring some exciting benefits.
This month we might have new options for gestures on the HoloLens!
Developer, Abhishek Singh, decided that scene needed to be in AR!
I feel like there’s going to be a few Pokemon Go-like games in our near future.
A police report filed by Magic Leap in October alleges that the company was falsely billed for more than $US1 million! Whoa.
It definitely does remind me a little bit of the Pebble Time 2.
Apple are doing pretty well!
I released a free Dialogflow Twitch Bot Bridge to link up Dialogflow agents to Twitch bots, allowing you to create slightly more intelligent Twitch bots!
“Researchers have taken a key step toward the rapid manufacture of flexible computer screens and other stretchable electronic devices, including soft robots.”
Want to learn all about Tensorflow? Here are some free resources straight from Google!
Is there anything AI can’t do?
This makes a lot of sense.
There are some crazy complicated issues to untangle here.
Execs from Google, IBM and Salesforce spoke about AI’s societal implications at Mobile World Congress.
“Jumping robot spiders and swarms of robotic bees sounds like the stuff of science fiction, but researchers are already working on such projects”.
Really fascinating examples in this article!
Eduardo Olvera asks “Are there any human traits our designs should pursue that we haven’t reached yet? Do we have any hope of getting there? Should that be the true goal of our journey? And if so, what can we do today to head in that direction?”
Wired say we need more intense attention on how AI “forestalls the ability to see what kinds of choices we are making”.
A very cool, programmable and highly maneuverable robotic cat for STEM education and AI-enhanced services by Rongzhong Li!
A look at the information bottleneck problem and why it could be the reason deep neural networks work so well.
This is a big step!
This was massive news and nobody explained it quite as well as Stacey Higginbotham. I’m a big Ring doorbell fan so I’m very eager to see where this potential $1 billion Amazon purchase takes them.
Brew with the power of your smartphone!
IoT is super exciting but there are implications around the data it collects which we haven’t quite explored much yet. The Netherlands might be one of the first to explore those implications!
Punch Through help you understand what harmonics are, where they come from, how they relate to BLE, and how to make them go away!
Particle have some very happy customers and are doing super well to start out the year!
You might never even notice.
Mycroft blasted through its Kickstarter goal last week!
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