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  • Drones on strings could puppeteer people in virtual reality
    Having drones on strings attached to a person could provide a more realistic simulation of interacting with physical objects in virtual reality...
    Source: NewScientist
  • Teresa Gao named 2024 Mitchell Scholar
    The MIT senior will pursue postgraduate studies in computer science in Ireland....
    Source: MIT: Research by Julia Mongo | Office of Distinguished Fellowships
  • Meta’s making it easier to report bugs in its Horizon VR app
    Reporting an issue is as easy as A, B, X, and Y. | Image: Meta Meta has updated Horizon Worlds, its main virtual reality / “metaverse” app, to make it easier to report bugs. If you see something going wrong while using the app, you can now press and hold...
    Source: The Verge by Mitchell Clark
  • FTC Pares Lawsuit Targeting Meta's Bid for Virtual-Reality Company
    The agency still alleges the merger would be illegal, but has narrowed its argument for blocking Meta Platforms’ purchase of Within Unlimited....
    Source: The Wall Street Journal - Technology
  • ByteDance’s Pico debuts its Meta Oculus rival, but challenges remain
    When ByteDance bought the Chinese VR headset maker Pico a year ago, the message it sent was clear: it was betting that the immersive device would be where future generations spend most of their time consuming digital content. It’s a marriage reminiscent of Meta’s acquisition of Oculus back in 2014,...
    Source: TechCrunch by Rita Liao
  • Understanding reality through algorithms
    Neuroscience PhD student Fernanda De La Torre uses complex algorithms to investigate philosophical questions about perception and reality....
    Source: MIT: Research by Leah Campbell | School of Science
  • Now You Can Take A Field Trip on Mars From The Comfort Of Your Home
    Intrepid explorers can now take a hike around the landing site of NASA's Perseverance rover on Mars thanks to an online map and virtual reality....
    Source: Forbes Sciences by David Bressan, Contributor
  • Fool’s gold seen breaking the rules
    A scanning electron microscope image of an iron pyrite metasurface created at Rice University to test its ability to transcend the Moss rule, which describes a trade-off between a materials optical absorption and how it refracts light. Image: The Naik Lab/Rice University.If you’re going to break a rule with style,...
    Source: Materials Today
  • Super-resolution wearable electrotactile rendering system | Science Advances
    A low-voltage and high-resolution electro-tactile rendering system is proposed for virtual reality and braille display....
    Source: Science - Advances
  • Meta’s chip deal with Qualcomm may reflect its unrealized VR ambitions
    The heat may be hitting Meta’s big bet. | Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge Qualcomm and Meta have signed a multi-year agreement promising to team up on custom versions of Qualcomm's Snapdragon XR chips for the "future roadmap of Quest products" and "other devices," as Mark Zuckerberg put...
    Source: The Verge by Mitchell Clark
  • FDA’s Overdose Prevention Framework Aims to Prevent Drug Overdoses and Reduce De...
    FDA’s Overdose Prevention Framework Aims to Prevent Drug Overdoses and Reduce Death Anonymous (not verified) Mon, 08/29/2022 - 10:52 Detailed Description The FDA Overdose Prevention Framework is our vision to undertake impactful, creative actions to prevent drug overdoses and reduce deaths. Center Office of the Commissioner By: Robert M. Califf,...
    Source: FDA by Anonymous
  • New 6G challenges inspire cross-disciplinary innovation
    Roger Nichols remembers sending his first e-mail using wireless networks in the early 1990s, from the back of a bus during his daily commute. That was 30 years ago, on a 1G network—at a data rate about fifteen thousand times slower than today. Now the 6G program manager at Keysight...
    Source: MIT Technology Review by MIT Technology Review Insights
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