A camera matrix, or projection matrix occurs where the viewpoint into a given environment, whether physical or virtual, needs to convert every 3D point visible from that viewpoint, into a 2D point on the matrix, for display on 2D media such as monitors.
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An introduction to philosophy book, third in the ?Popular Culture and Philosophy? series, The Matrix and Philosophy is a collection of essays that mediate on the nature of existence, using the film The Matrix, and the simulation of total reality as a frame of reference.
The sequel to ?The Matrix and Philosophy: Welcome to the Desert of the Real?, this book continues the work of the first, by mediating on the nature of existence, using the film The Matrix, and the simulation of total reality as a frame of reference.
The Matrix is one of the most prominent mainstream adaptations of VR. Not necessarily the best, not by a long shot, it is still the one most mainstream individuals bring to mind when VR is mentioned. In this list, we strive to index all Matrix-related resources held upon this site, in order to aid your search for like material.
Matrix Revolutions picks up right where Matrix Reloaded left off. This is perhaps unsurprising, as the two are essentially one long film, split into two parts. Whilst both lack the raw power of the original, Revolutions is the better film, as it ties things up into logical conclusions, and could stand alone. The same could not be said for Reloaded.
The second part of the continung story of the Matrix, the massive film franchise that brought VR into the public spotlight for a time.
The Matrix, much over-hyped, and copied. How real is it really? Is such a world really possible? Mmm...
This disc is not one of the film disks, but it is a 163 minute long documentary covering the concept of the Matrix, the making of the films, and the impact it had on eceryone involved in a project of this size and scope. Definitely a worth watch for anyone.
The 'Ultimate Matrix Collection' is actually rather less than ultimate, since it does not include the Matrix philosophy books, and other add-ons. However, what this bumper DVD collection does include, is all three films, and the Animatrix.
Revisiting the Simulation Argument, and an essay on why detailed, immersive simulations on the scale of the Matrix movie might be built, the philosophy of whether or not you are living in one right now, and realistic explanation for many of the common expected fallicies of this argument.
Originally designed with Olympic events in mind, the INCA camera is a tiny recording device that is also perhaps the first SimStim device in existence. It is capable of interfacing with any body area network to record metadata of temperature, heart rate, breathing, potentially even mood of the subject on screen, and transferring that data directly onto the video file itself, as additional data.
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Sony Online has taken firm control of besiieged MMO Matrix Online, and it is taking action to curb the downwards spiral of this little-loved world. Currently spread across nine world-servers, Sony is axing six of these machines from 2nd of ...
(Press Release) Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment is pleased to announce the launch of Data Node One, the official The Matrix Online Community website. Data Node One will provide the very latest in news, features, and game information ...
An interview conducted by ign.com with Monolith's William Westwater reveals a great deal about The Matrix Online the upcoming MMO based on the films - it is essentially a standard-fare beat'em'up computer game made massively multi...
On Sunday, Sony Online Entertainment Inc., and Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment jointly announced a few changes to the MMO scene. One of the more surprising changes is Sony?s purchase of Matrix Online, the much hyped multiplayer onlin...
Engineers at Purdue University's Birck Nanotechnology Centre have created the first "active matrix" display using a new class of transparent transistors and circuits, a step toward realising applications such as e-paper, flexible colour ...