Virtual reality

Spotlight: Artist Yucef Merhi Transforms the Digital Physical in an Installation Focusing on Hacked and Intercepted Government Documents |  Artnet News

Spotlight: Artist Yucef Merhi Transforms the Digital Physical in an Installation Focusing on Hacked and Intercepted Government Documents | Artnet News

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Jumps and small steps for virtual and mixed reality –

Few technologies have inspired the genre of zeal over the past decade as virtual and mixed reality. While the technology’s initial hype cycle began in the ’80s, it didn’t properly “happen” until the Oculus Rift launched on Kickstarter in 2012 (funded to the tune of $2.5 million ). Shortly after this success, Facebook bought Oculus …

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John Wolfe, 96, discovers the wonders of the world through his virtual reality headset.  Wolfe is a resident of Country Meadows, which acquired the technology in September.  Photo by Tina Locurto.

Virtual reality allows a WWII veteran to travel the world from his chair

Like something out of a fairy tale – minus the magic portal – 96-year-old John Wolfe trades his small bedroom for bustling cities and breathtaking vistas thousands of miles from his home at Country Meadows Retirement Community. And all the WWII veteran needs to do to be whisked away on new adventures is strap a …

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Are we already there?  Time slows down on a crowded train |  Cornell Chronicle

Are we already there? Time slows down on a crowded train | Cornell Chronicle

Testing the perception of time in an unusually realistic setting – a virtual reality ride on a New York City subway train – an interdisciplinary research team from Cornell found that clutter makes time slower. As a result, rush hour public transit trips may seem much longer than other trips that objectively take the same …

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Three-Channel, Single-Cell Encryption Meta Displays

Three-Channel, Single-Cell Encryption Meta Displays

Metasurface producing three different logo images by manipulating intrinsic properties of incident polarizations. Credit: POSTECH Pockets of the POSTECH campus are transformed into metaverse-ready spaces. Leveraging lessons learned from the COVID-19 pandemic, POSTECH used metaverse learning to allow students to conduct experiments and receive training the same way they do in a physical classroom. All …

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Culture, DE&I and accessibility: what impact has hybrid working had?

Culture, DE&I and accessibility: what impact has hybrid working had?

Lauren Parmar, head of culture and studio operations at The Mill, offers her perspective on one of the biggest questions in culture today: to hybridize or not to hybridize? Since the initial pandemic shutdowns and subsequent reopenings, every industry has seen shifts in “traditional” work culture; there has been a seismic shift in the way …

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Arden Trust Company appoints Kiliaen vR Ludlow as Chief Operating Officer

Arden Trust Company appoints Kiliaen vR Ludlow as Chief Operating Officer

WILMINGTON, Delaware–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Arden Trust Company (Arden Trust) is pleased to announce the appointment of Kiliaen vR Ludlow as Chief Operating Officer. In this role, Ludlow will play a vital role in providing leadership and vision to ensure the limited purpose trust company owned by Kestra Holdings continues to deliver top-notch customer service and build on …

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Samsung GDDR6W Memory For Next-Gen Graphics Solutions Unveiled: 64-Bit I/O, 4 GB Capacity Per DRAM 1

Unveiling Samsung’s GDDR6W graphics memory: double capacity and performance with increased densities and 64-bit DRAM

Samsung has just unveiled its next generation graphics memory known as GDDR6W which doubles the performance and capacity compared to GDDR6 DRAM. Unveiling Samsung GDDR6W memory for next-gen graphics solutions: 64-bit I/O, 4GB capacity per DRAM Press release: As advanced graphics and display technologies develop, they blur the lines between the metaverse and our everyday …

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STEM education has become an integral part of global education

Here’s how VR can prepare students for next-gen STEM jobs

By India Today Web Desk: From doing hands-on work in school labs with each student trying to get the best insight into realistic visualization of the behavior of atoms in different combinations via VR (virtual reality), STEM education has come a long way. While on the one hand students find it immensely exciting to access …

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