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Microsoft Research Debuts Autocomplete For Animation, And It’s Incredible

Draw something once, and software can predict, guide, and adjust what you want to do next.<p>Microsoft Research, working with the University of Hong Kong and the University of Tokyo, has a remarkable new technology that it calls “Autocomplete hand drawn animations.”<p>Unveiled at the Siggraph Asia …

Designing Next-Gen Virtual Reality Gaming Experiences

Michael Wesolowski Contributor<p>Mike Wesolowski is a Senior Experience Architect at ÄKTA, a Chicago-based experience design and digital innovation consultancy.<p>It wasn’t until I conquered my first dungeon in <i>The Legend of Zelda</i> at my friend’s house that I decided to throw a convincing tantrum at my …

The @NullSpaceVR haptic feedback suit is "the first suit that lets you punch people over the internet" #WMF15 http://t.co/OiVTRR7wzO

Sony presents PlayStation VR - and the rest of Friday's EGX sessions

The second day of EGX 2015 is behind us and so are a collection of enlightening developer sessions from the main stage.<p>Sony led proceedings with a …

Virtual Reality

Rick and Morty co-creator is making a VR game

Rick and Morty co-creator Justin Roiland is planning to make a VR game with William Pugh, one of the two devs behind The Stanley Parable.<p>In an …

Is this the world's luckiest koala?

<b>(CNN) —</b> A koala dubbed "Bear Grylls" is due to be released back into the wild in South Australia after it miraculously survived being hit by a car traveling along a highway.<p>Named after British adventurer and TV personality, Michael "Bear" Grylls, the koala ended up safely wedged in the car's grille …

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9 tripped-out sci-fi technologies in 'The Martian' that NASA really uses

The movie is based on the best-selling recent novel by Andy Wier and explores the story of Mark Watney, a man marooned on Mars, and his struggle to survive.<p>While the premise is science fiction, much of the NASA equipment and technology featured in the film is scientifically accurate.<p>Here's a …