Neurogaming is where the mind and body meet game-play. New gaming platforms, segments, and technologies are being introduced and adopted faster than ever before – sometimes more rapidly than we can grasp their full potential. There are some exciting times ahead in the neurogaming ecosystem.
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Filmmakers have a bright future in cinema. The Technology Summit on Cinema in Las Vegas gave filmmakers a vision of hope as well as a warning at last week’s presentations. The Summit sees a bright future for filmmakers but a cloudy forecast for theaters.
Mobile viewership will double by end of 2015. TV isn’t just a box in the living room anymore, it also includes smartphones and tablets. A new report from video services company Ooyala provides more evidence of that trend. By analyzing viewing data from 200 million people, the Global Video Index report found mobile and tablet viewing […]
Inside the Decluttr warehouse. Decluttr buys anything – because that’s their business model. They will literally buy any CD, DVD, or video game you want to mail them. And they pay the postage, too.
Last year, Los Angeles decided to replace its high-pressure sodium streetlights, which are know for their distinctive yellow hue, with new, blue-tinted LED’s. The new streetlights might have a profound effect on at least one local industry.
Robot Land Since 2007, South Korea has been planning a robot-centric theme park. “Robot Land” is back on track after missing its initial opening date of 2012. Now slated for a 2015 opening, this place won’t be like any other theme park on Earth. (Pics)
A group of people in San Francisco have invented a drum kit that you can wear inside your clothing. Now, you or anyone around you could secretly be smuggling musical instruments — in your pants.
Deer Hunter 2014 tally. It is kind of a funny thing to celebrate during a season of good cheer, but Glu Mobile said today that 9,830,162,858 animals have been killed in Deer Hunter 2014. (Infographic)
Mary Pickford’s movies survive because she owned them, and donated them to the Library of Congress in 1946. Seventy percent of America’s silent films are lost and most of the remaining ones are in great shape, according to a study conducted by the Library of Congress. Only about 3,300 of the 11,000 films made before […]
“The Key to Erebor” Hollywood is embracing 3D printing in a big way. Warner Bros. will offer fans digital blueprints of “The Key to Erebor” to help market he Hobbit: Desolation of Smaug. “The Key to Erebor” is a key item from the series, which fans can 3D print on their own or send to […]