Muhammad Danish Al - Isa Bin Mahasin

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Brain-controlled VR game hints at a hands-free future

We may be a long way off from a Holodeck-like virtual reality where your body <i>is</i> the controller, but Neurable might have the next closest thing. It recently unveiled a prototype peripheral that adds brain control to VR experiences. The device replaces the regular strap on an HTC Vive and uses …

A Teen Created the World's Lightest Satellite & NASA Is Going to Launch It

Tiny Space Cube<p>Not very many people can claim that they’ve sent something they made into space. One of those who will soon be sending his own …

The ultrathin Predator Triton 700 gaming laptop is Acer’s answer to the Razer Blade

Acer announced the Predator Triton 700, the first laptop in the company’s new line of Predator Triton ultrathin gaming laptops.<p>The Triton 700 appears to be Acer’s response to laptops like the Razer Blade, a similarly slim, aluminum-cased gaming laptop that still packs some serious power. At 18 mm …

Computer Science

Call Of Duty: WW2 Ditching Health Regen, Has Some Form Of Dedicated Classes

Call of Duty: WWII was revealed in a lot more depth yesterday, with developer Sledgehammer Games unveiling the game's release date, special editions, private beta, and first story trailer. Now, more details have emerged regarding the game's single-player.<p>According to Polygon, the campaign is …

Ducking

Scientists have discovered a worm that eats plastic bags and leaves behind antifreeze

The wax worm, a caterpillar typically used for fishing bait and known for damaging beehives by eating their wax comb, has now been observed munching on a different material: plastic bags.<p>Scientist Federica Bertocchini of the Institute of Biomedicine and Biotechnology of Cantabria in Spain first …

Pollution

New periodic table shows the cosmic origins of your body's elements

Believe it or not, your body is largely made of the products from exploding stars, cosmic ray fission, and other Star Trek-esque phenomena. The …

Chemistry