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  • Matsuda piece

    An excellent dystopian view of the future. If the commercial sector has its way, this actually is a future documentary. <iframe src=”https://player.vimeo.com/video/166807261?color=c9ff23&portrait=0&badge=0″ width=”800″ height=”450″ frameborder=”0″ webkitallowfullscreen mozallowfullscreen allowfullscreen></iframe> <p><a href=”https://vimeo.com/166807261″>HYPER-REALITY</a> from <a…

  • neuroscience and ux

    This will be all the rage (well, one of the rages) in the next decade or three. Right now we’re still in the early hype phase, as neuroscience still is a long…

  • no screens?

    I don’t necessarily agree with all of the points, but the new immersive mediums (NIMs) will profoundly what we think of as a “screen”, and AI will certainly replace some visual/tactile interfaces.

  • yawn

    Evidently not everyone is buying into the Hololens hype machine. This actually is a pretty good roundup of where AR currently stands. Beyond novelty is boredom. But computers are boring as well,…

  • remember walkman?

    Sony isn’t maybe the first thing you think when you mention innovation, but don’t count them out. Morpheus (or whatever they call their VR hardware) may win early due to the tight…

  • intel leaps in

    Looks for the alliances to continue hot and heavy. Intel has been in the sensing space for quite some time, and we use an older version of PrimeSense in some of our…

  • another day, another dev kit

    The parade of hardware continues, this time with Meta AR and their 2nd generation headset. Despite the enthusiastic title of the article, there still evidently is a long way to go to…