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Frieda’s Makes Produce a Family Affair

When Karen Caplan took over the family produce business, she followed in her mother’s footsteps, never dissuaded by the fact that no one had ever heard of a sunchoke. Frieda’s Specialty Produce occupies a massive two-story building in Los Alamitos, Calif., just 20 miles south of Los Angeles. The office and test kitchen take up … Continued

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Saving the Australian Landscape, One Drone at a Time

Drones in Australia are helping to protect a threatened wallaby species, Great Barrier Reef corals, the dugong manatee and vast swaths of land. European colonists were dazzled by the Australian Yellow-footed Rock-wallaby’s pelt, hunting it to near extinction. Introduced predators like wild foxes and feral cats brought the species even closer to the brink, struggling to survive. Wildlife conservation efforts have … Continued

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The Future of Music is VR and Spatial Audio

At SXSW, industry insiders discuss how virtual reality (VR) is inspiring artists and musicians to explore new ways to transform music into a three-dimensional experience. From Beyoncé’s “Lemonade” to Frank Ocean’s “Endless,” visual albums are becoming a fixture of the music industry. With the high-quality video footage receiving as much attention as the audio, these … Continued

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Are Religious Pilgrimages in India Ready for a VR Upgrade?

Virtual reality (VR) has shifted worship to a whole new domain, making it possible for religious Hindus to pray at the temple of their choice without leaving their homes. Earlier this year, Devakaran Pushpath experienced one of India’s most cherished and sacred festivals from the comfort of his own home. The Mahakaal Kumbh Mela is the … Continued

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RSC Live Brings The Tempest From Stage to Screen

After its live run in Stratford Upon-Avon, the Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) takes its unprecedented tech-fueled performance of The Tempest from the stage to the silver screen, in theaters around the U.S. When the Royal Shakespeare Company’s reimagining of The Tempest hit the stage in 2016, newspapers in the UK gushed: The Guardian called it … Continued

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Poland’s European Epicenter for Esports

The Intel Extreme Masters gaming competition in Katowice has put Poland in a leading role in the rise of esports across Europe and the world. Unencumbered by the freezing winter weather, ten-thousand gaming fans lined up outside the flying saucer-shaped Spodek Arena in Katowice, Poland to make history on January 17, 2013. That day marked … Continued

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5G: The Communications Key to Autonomous Driving

As more self-driving cars hit the road in the coming years, sophisticated communications systems will rely on a fast, reliable network that’s capable of being a data superhighway. Self-driving or autonomous cars are a hot topic, but the road to autonomous driving is curvy and complicated. It’s full of blind turns as engineers, automakers, regulators and … Continued

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Technology Brings Spatial Awareness to People with Vision Loss

How researchers are combining depth camera and Internet of Things technologies with artificial intelligence to create a wearable that augments sensory awareness for people living with impaired vision. When he was 14, Darryl Adams learned his ability to see would gradually fade due to a hereditary eye condition known as Retinitis Pigmentosa. It was just … Continued

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Artificial Intelligence for Animal Lovers

From replacement lab rats to a lovable watch dog, Artificial Intelligence is helping to protect the animal kingdom. Artificial Intelligence (AI) is much more than the thinking, feeling robots often portrayed in pop culture. “Artificial intelligence is basically trying to have machines make sense, learn, and interface with the external world, without requiring programming by human … Continued

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How Hardware-Hacking Musicians Turn Tech into a Symphony

The new electronic music trend is driven by tinkerers who turn computer hardware into handmade instruments. Nick Demopoulos sat in the living room of his Brooklyn apartment, concerned about lead poisoning. He was assembling a custom-built musical instrument from circuit boards and various electronic components, and had been breathing in metallic solder fumes for several … Continued

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Flying for Good: Drones Save People and the Planet

Researchers are turning to drones — flying robots with sensors — to help solve serious challenges. In October 1991, a grass fire outside Berkeley, CA erupted into a 5-acre blaze. At first, damage seemed minimal, but the next morning strong winds rekindled flames. The inferno drove southwest, carving a massive swath across suburbs and highways. … Continued

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Bike Tech: Gadgets for Cyclists

From trendy outerwear to stereo systems, the latest bike tech helps keep cyclists stylish, happy and safe on the road. Let’s face it; cyclists are often gear snobs — and rightly so. Safety, visibility and weather-appropriate gear is essential. Because cyclists don’t need a lot of equipment, they tend to get the best equipment — whether it’s … Continued

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How Hacking Pushes Innovation in Game Design

Hacking and modifying games can lead developers to push the limits. In the mid-1990s, before he became an acclaimed indie designer, Brendon Chung was a game modder. He would dig into video game programs to tweak code to wreak new havoc in the virtual world. Chung rooted around the install folders of Duke Nukem, Doom, … Continued

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Cloud Computing is Boosting the Power of Destruction in Games

New powerful technologies are giving an explosive punch to the next generation of video games like Just Cause 3. It’s nighttime in the snowy mountains around a military base. A solitary paratrooper, rocket launcher in hand, quietly drops out of a helicopter. There’s a moment of calm… then the explosions start. Radio towers, helipads, concrete … Continued

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Can Science Make You a Better Athlete?

From genetic to performance testing, technology provides insights into becoming faster, stronger, better. From DNA testing to motion analysis and more, science can indeed shed light on what makes an athlete tick as well as provide ways to improve performance. Companies like AthGene can tell what athletic abilities are coded in a person’s DNA. Sports … Continued

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How Computer Vision is Transforming VR into Merged Reality

Adding human-like senses and artificial intelligence to VR headsets is unlocking a new reality that’s stretching the imagination. Imagine sitting in a car and strapping on a headset that allows the driver to use her steering wheel to weave through a life-like simulation of the autobahn. Then the driver stops, steps out of the car … Continued

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IEM Gyeonggi Marks the Transformation of South Korean eSports

Returning to South Korea after an eight year hiatus, IEM Gyeonggi celebrates how far eSports culture has come. William Cho’s first PC bang was literally underground. In 1998, when the famous South Korean computer cafes were first emerging, PC bangs were often found in sketchy subterranean basements that, according to Cho, probably wouldn’t pass a … Continued

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Indie Game Designers Crack Open the Future of VR

Ana Ribeiro Olympic torch bearer to run wearing a virtual reality headset, showing that passion is as important as innovation in the future of VR. On a balmy Sunday in São Luís, during the 2016 Olympic festivities, Ana Ribeiro was holding an unlit torch. She also happened to be wearing a virtual reality headset. At … Continued

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VR Tech for 2017

How to prepare for new frontiers in immersive VR experiences with the technologies that bring them to life. Virtual reality (VR) is making all sorts of new gaming experiences possible. As 2017 quickly approaches, now is the best time for players to ensure they’re prepared to conquer this new battlefield. “A lot of people will … Continued

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