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Disney Research is ready to present a number of new augmented reality technologies later this week in Los Angeles at SIGGRAPH 2012
Coronado Ventures Forum, the New Mexico non-profit that educates investors and entrepreneurs on the process of early-stage, private equity funding, presents its monthly forum on Human Computer
Tactus Technology unveiled a new technology at the SID Display Week 2012 that brings the feedback of touching something back to a smartphone.
Although it may come as a surprise to many people, it has been reported that Apple has been researching stylus-based ways to interact with their devices.
Carnegie Mellon and AT&T Researchers Evaluate Haptic Navigation Aid
Virtual reality (also known as immersive multimedia) is a computer-simulated environment that mocks or simulates real-world environments, as well as simulates physical presences in real or imagined worlds. VR technology has traditionally been a virtual sight- and perhaps sound-based experience, but has the potential to recreate other sensory experiences, such as virtual taste, smell, and even touch. As for touch (haptic technology), some systems have already included such experiences in...
The BlackBerry Torch is a line of smartphones produced by Research In Motion (RIM); models are the Torch 9800, 9810, 9850, and the 9860, all using the BlackBerry OS. The Torch has been hailed as the best BlackBerry ever, but still lags behind in the smartphone industry. The Torch as compared to other Blackberry phones has many improvements such as, a better user interface, improved browser, and more readable screen. The BlackBerry Torch was first considered in April, 2010, with a prototype...
The BlackBerry Storm is developed by Research In Motion (RIM). It is a touchscreen smartphone with a virtual keyboard and comes in the 9500 and 9530 series. This phone has a feature called SurePress, which enables the screen to press down like a button to provide physical feedback. The Storm 9500 has a disabled CDMA module to allow for use outside North America, but it has only frequency bands that can be accessed in Europe, Oceania, Asia, and Brazil. This is because GSM carriers such as...
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