Full Screen Anti Aliasing
Full Screen Anti Aliasing or FSAA is a method of anti-aliasing in which the reduction of jagged edges is done in real time, to the entire graphics screen.
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In September 2003, the BBC announced that it had finally found a new technology to replace the age old 'blue screen' - a virtual environment, projected straight on to the studio wall.
A round look at the necessity of being social it takes to be actively engaged in MMOs or social VR, and a clear repudiation from several highly reputable sources of the anti-social image of gaming.
The Virtual Dental Implant Training Simulation Program or VDITS is designed to help students in diagnostics, decision making and treatment protocols. However, its use is ultimately limited because VDITS is a fishbowl VR interface, not an immersive one - it expects participation via monitor screen, mouse and keyboard, rather than a full on virtual experience, at least at this stage.
This shows what is essentially a full sensory immersion LAN. An eight person, totally self contained full-immersion VR machine. As shown, the interface method is direct neural biofeedback; the staple for the Matrix universe. Each of the person's brains are connected to the system via their brainstem, allowing full two way bodily sensory stimulus. However, there is no connection to the greater internet.
A previous news snippet from 11/09/2003, looking at the Heliodisplay, a device for projecting Star-Wars like holograms into mid-air.
Industry news, originally posted 10-02-2005. Researchers from the New York State Department Of Health and MIT show it is possible to use brainwaves picked up by electrodes attached to the outside of the scalp to move a cursor around a computer screen.
Fogscreen is a holoprojection method that utilises a layer of artificially fogged air as a display screen for projected content. It in effect, creates a cascading curtain of wet air that can be walked through whilst displaying moving, bright, images.
SonixTouch is a portable touch screen system, that can be customised by the clinician, into any display method, and compatible with any general purpose or specific ultrasound medical system. It adapts to process the results from anything.
No matter how concrete the data that 3D working environments and immersive, intuitive interfaces boost productivity and workflow significantly above that evidenced by window, icon and pointer monitor screen and keyboard setups, government agencies and the beaurocratic chain are unlikely to ever take them up.
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One version of the upcoming Asus Eee-book reader will have have a hinged spine, letting users view the text of their book on one screen (turning its pages using the touch screen), while browsing a Web page on the other.
Computer Model for Testing Heart-Disease Drugs: Simulations Solve Decades-Old Mystery of Failed Anti-Arrhythmia Therapy
UC Davis researchers have developed an accurate computer model to test the effects of medications for arrhythmia, or abnormal heart rhythm, before they are used in patients. The new tool -- described in the Aug. 31 issue of the journal Scie...
An everyday LCD screen has been modified to "see" the world in front of it in 3D. That means a viewer can control on-screen objects by waving their arms in the air without touching the screen, let alone a mouse or keyboard.
From August next year, the Brazilian government will be equipping every new and imported car with an anti-theft and tracking system.
"The cars will come already pre-installed with the device, you are able to block your car w...
Despite Amazon's promise to reinvent the newspaper and magazine industry with its new, large-screen Kindle DX electronic reader, some people may be reluctant to embrace the technology until full-color displays are possible. A new approach ...