Microsoft researchers show off a prototype system that turns a room into an interactive game. Continue reading →
As the U.S. Open plays out in New York, we take a look at the surprisingly wide world of tennis technology.
A new motion-capture technique could make 3-D movies easier to capture.
A computer graphics program brings an extinct predator back to virtual life.
The results could lead to robots with better vision and sensing. Continue reading →
Projectors, light and sensors combine to bring a trippy dance production into the realm of absurd imagination. Continue reading →
The xxArray system uses 68 cameras to capture a 360-degree, full-body image in 3D so you can create a realistic avatar. Continue reading →
Two million micro-mirrors help deliver a sharper, virtual 3-D experience with twice the resolution as other head-mounted displays. Continue reading →
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