Futuristic AR eSports Tournament Coming To USA

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The HADO eSports tournament first launched in 2016 exclusively in Japanese theme parks and malls, but has since managed to expand into countries including Malaysia, Indonesia and Vietnam. Your chance to go pro in energy dodgeball has finally arrived.

Believe the Hype: HypeVR’s Volumetric Video Capture is a Glimpse at the Future of VR Video

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With an Oculus Rift headset, I stepped into that new scene: a 30 second loop of a picturesque valley in lush Vietnam. It made me feel like I was actually standing there, in Vietnam, not just that my eyes alone had been transported.

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Intel Says Project Alloy VR/AR Headsets Are Coming in Q4 2017

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Intel revealed at their CES 2017 press conference that Project Alloy, their standalone mixed reality headset and reference platform, would be productized “by” Q4 2017 in partnership with major OEMs.

Intel’s CES 2017 Press Conference Put The Audience Inside VR

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The second VR demo showed a waterfall in Vietnam, with every frame consisting of 3 gigabytes of video data. Intel CEO Brian Krzanich held his company’s CES press event inside virtual reality, as Intel provided more than 260 VR units in chairs for all of the press attending the event. Intel’s people began prepping the VR setup before Christmas, and it ran miles of wire through the press event room in doing so. ted Intel has a habit of doing big stunts at CES.

VR for Good: Holograms From Syria Uses HoloLens To Bring Images Of War To Everyday Life

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“At the height of the Vietnam war, artist Martha Rosler put forward a body of work titled “House Beautiful: Bringing the war home”,” 1RIC tells me over email. “It was a series of collages that brought together images from the war in Vietnam and images of beautifully designed American homes. For many of us, the world’s problems are all too easy to forget, especially when we’re far removed from tragic disasters and global conflicts.

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Emma, the Robot is Giving Professional Massages to Singaporeans

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Singapore is developing a robotics ecosystem with Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam in a bid to take the regional lead as businesses worldwide increasingly use such technology to transform their operations. We are already aware that AI does great benefits in schools and hospitals, but did you know that you can actually get a massage from the robot ?