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Radical Luddism

Radical luddism is a new potential threat as VR, AR and the technologies necessary to create full immersion continue to develop unabated. Offshoots of the technology such as mass automation threaten job security, and increase the pace of technological advancement. Radical luddites are small groups or individuals who take it upon themselves to halt this technological development and uptake by any means necessary.

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ActiveWorlds released it's 4.1 codebase in early June 2006. This was a radical departure from previous versions, with focus on collaborative interactivity, and realistic effects.




 

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(06/12/2012)
For children undergoing brain surgery, a new technology allows noninvasive, continuous monitoring of blood hemoglobin levels, according to a study in the December issue of Anesthesia & Analgesia, official journal of the International Anesth...


(02/09/2009)
A new study published in the September issue of The Journal of Nuclear Medicine shows that positron emission tomography (PET)/computer tomography (CT) scans with the imaging agent choline could detect recurring prostate cancer sooner than c...


(04/09/2004)
The University of Durham, UK, has created a plastic polymer that is magnetic - no metals involved. This is poised to revolutionise the AR world.

The Durham compound--made out of a conductive plastic called emeraldine base pol...


(28/10/2009)
The small industrial robot that dominates the room is in many ways much like any other. A robotic arm smoothly wields grippers and probes - always accurate and never tired. But rather than working on cars or computers, this robot is process...


(27/02/2010)
Researchers from Roswell Park Cancer Institute and State University of New York at Buffalo, developed a surgical simulator to help train physicians to operate the da Vinci robot. The RoSS Robotic Surgical Simulator has been turned into a pr...