Thursday, 5 de March de 2015

Noticias y opinión en Multimedia y Ocio


Interview: James Cameron on 3D: the TechRadar interview

Talks 3D's future, Avatar 2 and Titanic 3D

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Viewsonic Ships Portable 3D Classroom Projectors

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No end of fun: Make your own video games

Allowing anyone to design compelling video games and characters could open up a new world of gaming

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Parents' Behavior Linked to Kids' Videogame Playing

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AI, Gaming Technologies Find Leaking Pipes

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New Video Gaming Technology Used to Detect Illness, Prevent Falls in Older Adults

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Virtual Reality May Help Adults Recover from Stroke

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Why Google Should Buy Hulu

Google would benefit from Hulu, grabbing professional content to serve alongside its user-generated YouTube clips. Think Hulu content across Android smartphones, tablets and Google TV.

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Internet-based on-demand TV viewing continues to grow: Ericsson ConsumerLab

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Digital Quantum Simulator Developed

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Vodafone to enhance TV services with LTE

The operator will likely use LTE to offer video-on-demand

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Four-camera system to handle live transmissions for autostereoscopic 3D TV

Fraunhofer research scientists are optimizing the technologies that make it possible to watch TV in 3D without technical aids such as 3D glasses. A new four-camera system will even be able to handle live transmissions. "The breakthrough for 3D television will only come when you don't need glasses. Wearing them is just too uncomfortable and tiresome," states Frederik Zilly from the Fraunhofer Institute for Telecommunications, Heinrich Hertz Institute HHI in Berlin.

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Toshiba quiere quitarte las gafas...3D

Toshiba lleva a la IFA 2011 de Berlín un televisor que permite disfrutar de la 3D sin gafas y desde diferentes ángulos al mismo tiempo.

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Una aplicación para Kinect busca salvar vidas en pleno quirófano

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Report: Facebook music platform to debut at f8 in late September

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Pushing the Limits of the Touch Screen

An engineer has rigged up several devices that enable a touch interface to respond to nuances such as pressure.

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3-D Design Simplified

A new website could accelerate the adoption of 3-D printing.

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The First Fully Stretchable OLED

UCLA device is a step toward video displays and phones that could swell or shrink.

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Amazon Sees a Good Read in the Cloud

Users can now access all of their Amazon Kindle content on anything with a browser.

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The TV That Watches You

A television due out soon can tell websites and online advertisers which shows you're watching, making Web pages more intelligent.

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