Ubisoft Pushes ‘Star Trek: Bridge Crew’ Release to March 2017

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Ubisoft recently released Eagle Flight exclusively on Oculus Rift from their Montreal studio, with Werewolves Within and Star Trek: Bridge Crew to follow from their North Carolina-based subsidiary Red Storm Entertainment.

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There was no modulation of brain activity,” Dr. Miguel Nicolelis, the lead researcher from Duke University in North Carolina, said in a Scientific Reports call on Aug.

Where is VR/AR and Education Now?


Research studies conducted by North Carolina State University show “significant improvement” in children’s (sixth to eighth grade) learning after using zSpace’s VR platform. #2 In March 2014 Facebook bought Oculus and the current wave of interest in VR and AR was reborn.

‘Google Earth VR’ Lets You Experience the Total Solar Eclipse Right Now

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From a much greater, space-bound vantage point, you can also get a chance to see the ominous dark spot meander across North America in a way otherwise impractical outside of VR.

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Crytek-Incubated ‘VR First’ Program to Double Number of Academic VR/AR Labs in 2017

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North Carolina State University, USA. North Metropolitan TAFE, Australia.

Paraplegics Learn To Walk Again With Help From Virtual Reality


Virtual Reality is in the press for Games, Demos, and VR movies. However, there are many more potential applications of VR. The nonprofit group The Walk Again Project (WAP) have successfully applied VR to help Paraplegics regain some level of control. According to a study published Aug.

Exclusive: How NVIDIA Research is Reinventing the Display Pipeline for the Future of VR, Part 2

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Here’s another varifocal prototype, this one created in collaboration with researchers at the University of North Carolina, the Max Planck Institute, and Saarland University. In Part 1 of this article we explored the current state of CGI, game, and contemporary VR systems.

A Study Claims To Power Wearable Devices Through Body Heat

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At time, when wearable technology remains the talk of the town, researchers from the North Carolina State University or NCSU have come up with a stunning new wearable prototype which uses body heat to generate electricity. The technology developed by NCSU researchers is highly comfortable, truly lightweight and way too productive when compared to existing thermoelectric generators.

The VRScout Report – The Week in VR Review


At Duke University in North Carolina, 8 paralyzed people have regained some use of their limbs thanks to brain-controlled robotic system training.

Apple Previews iOS 11.3 With New Animoji


UNC Health Care – Chapel Hill, North Carolina. In a rare step likely forced by the iPhone-slowing battery debacle , Apple today offered a public “preview” of the spring release of iOS 11.3 , including a new battery health monitor and other features. Notably, the battery health functionality will come in “a later iOS 11.3 beta release” rather than the initial beta, which is scheduled to be released today.

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How Augmented Reality Can Make Aviation Safer and Better


Heading from New York City to Charlotte, North Carolina, the plane experienced a bird strike just 3 minutes after take off which took out both the engines. Let’s face it, we all have daydreamed of sitting in a cockpit and roaming the wild, blue yonder.

VR & Exoskeletons Reinstate Sensation In Paraplegic Patients


A new study carried out by the researchers at Duke University, North Carolina, the United States, claims that Paraplegic Patients have experienced partial recovery in terms of regaining some sort of sensation and muscle control with the assistance of a robotic exoskeleton and virtual reality.