Eye guiding is a mixture of subtle tricks and techniques in pictures, photographs, 3D models and avatar faces, which use subtle highlight, shading and colouring tricks to encourage the viewer's eye to take a certain path. Colouring the brain's impression of the object from subtle hints. The technique was to the best of our knowledge, pioneered by the painter Rembrandt.
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A LARP or a MUD is a very different storytelling environment to a tabletop roleplay. When it comes to storytelling, or guiding the plotline of a world whose players are often out of earshot or completely unpredictable, an entirely different approach is necessary.
A second, deeper look at creating interactive stories, branching dialogue, and trying to create a feel of player participation whilst guiding them to specific destinations.
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University of California researchers have been working hard on the Berkeley Aerial Robot (BEAR) project, designed to create self-flying helicopters. This month, a 130-pound helicopter, flown entirely by computer, successfully guided itself ...
A team led by Douglas Smith, professor and director of the University of Pennsylvania's Center for Brain Injury and Repair, has been able to grow artificially stretched nerve tissues and place them inside guiding tubes. They then used thes...
Robovie-II, a retail-assistant robot designed to help elderly and disabled people shop in supermarkets, is being tested in Kyoto, in Japan.
The child-sized robot was developed from an earlier version of the Robovie-II humanoi...
Deep brain stimulation, which uses electrical stimulation to jolt the brain in pinpointed locations, is use for treating a number of neurological and behavioral conditions, including Parkinson's disease, epilepsy, severe depression, chroni...
The remarkable ability of insects to look in all directions at once has been emulated by a team of international scientists who have built an artificial 'eye' with an unobstructed all-round view.
Scientists at The Vision Ce...