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A new law could result in fewer TV stations on the air, in exchange for faster wireless data services for smartphones and tablet computers.
At the upcoming Light + Building trade fair, Ettlin AG will introduce a glass that allows architectures and light designers to create three-dimensional light structures. The technology combines the surface optics of high-class glass with light structures generated by the Ettlin Lux "effect tissue". The "smart glass" creates new design options.
Google Inc. has sent an ever-clearer signal that it could be bringing a TV service to the Kansas City market.
Can digital games and virtual worlds help us save nature? Conservation scientists Bruno Monteferri, Chris Sandbrook and Bill Adams explore whether computer gaming is a new frontier for conservation.
Bridging a divide between sighted and blind gamers, University of California, Santa Cruz graduate Rupa Dhillon has created a version of the musical rhythm "Rock Band" game that everyone can play.
The inventor of the world's most popular file-sharing protocol now wants to stream live video or TV over the Internet.
When customers visit an online shop, they want to see all parts of a product; they want to enlarge it, or visualize adjusting single elements. Until now, web developers have been dealing with a multiplicity of different programs, in order to illustrate articles on the Internet in such a complex way. The new HTML extension XML3D, which offers the capability to describe computer scenes in spatial detail directly within the website's code, simplifies that. An online shop can be extended with XML3D in just a few clicks, as researchers of the Saarland University's Intel Visual Computing Institute demonstrate ...
Future televisions will be smarter, more intuitive and feature even more technically logical advanced displays, according to a panel of experts at the International Solid State Circuits Conference on Tuesday (February 21). Among the technologies that will become more prevalent in coming years are glasses-less 3-D technology and free-viewpoint television (FTV)a a visual media that allows users to view a 3-D scene by freely changing the viewpoint, as if they were there, panelists said.