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Neurogaming trends are revolutionize the gaming industry

April 11th, 2014 at 11:26 am » Comments Off

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.    



Kuka robot plays table tennis world champion Timo Boll

March 12th, 2014 at 10:40 am » Comments Off

Kuka Agilus robot We expected a fair fight when robot maker Kuka announced that it would be pitting its Agilus robot against table tennis star Timo Boll last month. Conditioned professional human athlete against a cold, merciless, bright orange mechanical arm on a small wooden field, both wielding the same armament: a miniature bat. Boll was once […]



Air Hockey Robot built from 3D printer parts

February 17th, 2014 at 1:03 pm » Comments Off

Air Hockey Robot The Air Hockey Robot, developed by Jose Julio out of some spare 3D printer parts and a PS3 camera, is a tough competitor to beat. The robot uses its camera and an Arduino Mega to correctly predict the trajectory of the puck, even when it’s rebounding haphazardly across the table. With freedom of motion […]



Why mobile gaming is so popular in South Korea

October 24th, 2013 at 10:07 am » Comments Off

Mobile gaming is expected to generate $1.4 billion in South Korea. This year, in South Korea mobile gaming is expected to generate $1.4 billion.  Mobile games like Anipang have become a cultural phenomenon within the country. It’s as common to see older women in their sixties playing games in the subway as it is to see younger […]



Tech education pioneer Scot Osterweil on games, education, and a better future

October 16th, 2013 at 11:10 am » Comments Off

Scot Osterweil The creative director of the Education Arcade and a professor at the MIT Media Lab, Scot Osterweil spoke at MIT Technology Review’s EmTech conference about why educators need to encourage more creativity—and how that could help us build a better, more leisurely future.    



GameCase turns your iPhone and iPad into a game controller

September 28th, 2013 at 11:39 am » Comments Off

GameCase People are more likely to play smartphone and tablet games these days than buy a separate console to satisfy their inner gaming geek. Yet even casual gamers might want more control over their little addiction. That’s where the GameCase controller steps in.    



Global demand for learning games and simulations is surging

September 7th, 2013 at 9:00 am » Comments Off

Revenues for game-based learning will grow to $2.3 billion by 2017. According to recent analysis, the global market for learning games and simulations is growing and likely to continue to expand over the next few years, driven in large part by the booming use of mobile technologies.    



Mobile learning game market will grow from $1.5 billion to $2.3 billion by 2017

August 19th, 2013 at 10:02 am » Comments Off

Game-based learning focuses on teaching knowledge to kids or general consumers. A new research report by Ambient Insight finds that educational games, also known as “serious games,” are going through a renaissance in part because of the acceptance of learning apps on mobile devices.    



WNBA referees debut live high-definition ‘Ref Cam’

June 14th, 2013 at 8:54 am » Comments Off

Wearing a cloud computer like Google Glass on your face can be important for capturing moments in life from a first-person perspective. Now the WNBA, the female division of the National Basketball Association (NBA), has decided to deploy its own version first-person camera to referees for live games.    



Google is melding real and virtual worlds with games, apps, and Glass

May 3rd, 2013 at 10:33 am » Comments Off

. Ingress, Google’s virtual reality game In Google’s global alternative reality game, Ingress. that uses the real world as its gamespace, Ingress says, “the world around you is not what it seems.” And, perhaps, when Google’s semi-independent division Niantic Labs is finished with its mission, we humans won’t be, either.    



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