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Office space for 12,000 in the Virtual Space

What could be more brick and mortar than a real estate company? One would expect that a company in the real estate brokering business would have offices disseminated in many location to attract sellers and prospective buyers. It turns out that one of these companies, a big one having over …

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Can VR boost learning?

Immersive reality, augmented reality, mixed reality and virtual reality are all new ways of stimulating our senses and hence our brain. Although intuitively one can assume that the more stimuli we provide to our brain, the more it will learn, when one start to reflect on this doubts creep in. …

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Do we have virtual privacy in the virtual space?

As part of the human augmentation studies carried out in the IEEE FDC Symbiotic Autonomous Systems Initiative consideration is being given to the sense of touch. We often underplay the relevance of our touch, considering it well below seeing and hearing, yet it is a very important sense (it would …

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After a long wait, a bit more to wait …

Virtual Reality has the potential of changing several areas in the next decade, from education to entertainment, from real estate to design (and Industry 4.0 can leverage on that). Some of the required components are here, like high processing capacity and advanced software or rendering. Our brain is extremely sensitive …

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A virtual voyage inside the brain

The amount of data that is becoming available on the brain, both the human one and the ones of those animals, like the mouse, that are used to study brain structures keeps growing on a daily base and has already reached staggering levels. There are now hundreds of terabytes of …

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The race to more storage capacity is still on

I haven’t been posted for quite a while news on the evolution of storage performance. Moore’s law has come to a halt in 2015 in terms of economic squeezing of cost per transistor but industry kept working on improving storage media under the pressure of end users demand. The shift …

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Virtual Reality is in the air…

At the recent Dubai Airshow 2017 Emirates has presented its new first class cabin, to fly early next year which includes virtual reality windows to smooth the flight of the poor fellows that cannot get a real window seat… The aircraft is equipped with three camera per side that capture …

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