Samuel Gilbert

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After Kickstarter failure, Axis Game Factory returns with pro game creation tools (exclusive)

Earlier this year, San Diego, Calif.-based game studio Heavy Water tried crowdfunding to raise money for a set of consumer-oriented game world-building tools called the Axis Game Factory. But the Kickstarter campaign failed, raising only $25,209 of a goal of $400,000.<p>But undeterred, the persistent …

Through The Looking Glass: What You’ll See Through Google’s Lens

I’ve spent a little over three weeks with Google Glass, and I’ve noted that the utility aspect of the device is strong, but the fun isn’t there yet. It feels a lot like the original iPhone did, before it had the App Store.<p>In this video, we discuss some of the quick assumptions about Glass, …

How Wearable Computing Will Change Everything, Including Apple

Listen, you tech-savvy, trend-resisting cynic you. I want you to stop dismissing wearable computing as a pointless, narcissistic fad.<p>Wearable computing is not for people too lazy to look at their phones. It’s not a trendy toy for wealthy yuppies. And it’s not about joining Robert Scoble in the …

Printable bionic ear sends hearing to the dogs

Using off-the-shelf 3D printing tools, silver nanoparticles, and cell culture, scientists at Princeton University have created a functional bionic …

Google Glass Bans Developers From Making Money With Apps — So Why Do Developers Bother?

Earlier this year, Google held hackathons for developers to try out Glass and explore additional ways to use the device.<p>Business Insider spoke with two developers who participated in the Google Glass Foundry hackathon, and have already created a few apps available for use right now.<p>But Google has …