In February, I delivered a spotlight talk at the EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative (ELI) Annual Meeting. Sponsored jointly with the New Media Consortium (NMC), the … Read more . . .
Mind Controlled VR sounds like a Sci Fi world – but it’s where we’re headed. According to GMA News Online, there’s a fascinating project … Read more . . .
The realism of virtual reality is behind Elon Musk’s widely shared comment this week that we are computer generated players inside another entity’s video … Read more . . .
Interested in the impact of VR in education? Maya Georgieva and Bryan Alexander will explore how the emerging technologies of Virtual Reality, Augmented and … Read more . . .
The New York Times NYT VR project is a tipping point for the 164 year old institution. While we are still early in the … Read more . . .
You know the Super Bowl of the future will include VR, but Microsoft’s HoloLens AR demo goes far beyond basic virtual reality. This is … Read more . . .
Want to imagine what our future media might look like? Here’s a game-changing technology that could change both wearables and our media displays. Scientists … Read more . . .
As the accolades pour in, there’s a fascinating interview with David Bowie on the Internet and its impact on music and art. Though done in … Read more . . .
Now that we’ve seen the press conferences, virtual reality demos and glitzy displays of new technology at CES 2016, it makes you wonder. What … Read more . . .
Happy Holidays from Santa’s workshop as only Boston Dynamics can do it. You may love holiday greetings or find them too commercialized, but this … Read more . . .
Artificial intelligence and wearable technology – the relationship is closer than you think. Focusing on design issues, we often ignore the eventual role of AI … Read more . . .
Virtual Reality Web Browsing – it sounds like something straight out of Minority Report. The 2002 movie gave us a glimpse of the future (including the … Read more . . .
Wearable Technology failures – a recurring topic in the popular press. Every month, it seems someone sees wearables as nothing more than a niche … Read more . . .