The stereokinetic phenomenon is a means of creating 2D images that feel like they are 3D. Typically they are optical illusions that consist of multiple shapes spinning that extrude a 3D shape out of them when both eyes look at them for a period of time.
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The BBC have published an in depth piece following up earlier studies on addiction to the MMO World of Warcraft, examining both sides of the addiction phenomenon.
Using Dark City to explain the phenomenon in modern social VR, why people find it hard to connect to the avatar of another, when many such avatars look identical.
The first of the ?video eyewear? phenomenon, the Icuiti V920 arrived in the world in early 2005. This thin strip was the first time the concept of a hybrid head mounted / heads up display had been launched. It turned out to be quite a nice unit, certainly betterthan many attempts since.
A BBC article examining the phenomenon of online-only courses,and investigates how it is possible to clamp down on cheating in such courses (getting your papers from elsewhere, cheating in exams) within the limits of the law.
Home, is Sony Corporation's current answer to the phenomenon of virtual worlds. Running solely on their Playstation Three console. It is hoped that when Home launches in late 2007, it will provide a true attraction, and a basic snow crash styled VR system that can expand and grow.
Genetically personalised medicine - the naescent field of pharmacogenetics - is starting to make its impact felt. This field is part of the hospital in the home phenomenon so vital to long-term immersion use, for the physical shell.
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Brand Experience Lab, a US based marketing firm has created a game called NewsBreaker Live, which takes the social gaming phenomenon to an extreme. Played in cinemas, it relies on massive audience participation.
Mr P, an 80-year-old Polish ?migr? and former engineer, knew he had memory problems, but it was his wife who described it as a permanent sense of d?j? vu. He refused to watch TV or read a newspaper, as he claimed to have seen everything bef...
The treatment of last resort for people with the most severe cases of epilepsy is surgery in which the brain tissue causing the seizures is cut away.
Russell Witte, formerly at University of Michigan, and colleagues think it...
A new type of quantum bit called a "phase-slip qubit," devised by researchers at the RIKEN Advanced Science Institute and their collaborators, has enabled the world's first-ever experimental demonstration of coherent quantum phase slip (...
US researchers have outlined a simple system to deliver power to electronic devices such as computers and peripherals, without any need for wires. The concept exploits century-old physics and could work over distances of up to five metres.<...