07 April 2005
Exclusive from New Scientist Print Edition.
IMAGINE movies and computer games in which you get to smell, taste and perhaps even feel things. That's the tantalising prospect raised by a patent on a device for transmitting sensory data directly into the human brain - granted to none other than the entertainment giant Sony.
Rendering for an Interactive 360º Light Field Display
NASA Selects GL Studio® for Orion Spacecraft Display Prototyping
GL Studio Now Used by Top Two Manned Space Exploration Organizations
ST. LOUIS, July 27, 2007 -- The Boeing Company [NYSE: BA] has developed and delivered 23 Apache Longbow Crew Trainers -- deployable, full-mission, high-fidelity flight simulators -- to the U.S. Army and Dutch Air Force and is under contract for an additional five trainers for both U.S. and international customers.
Science Daily — Combining computer science, biochemistry and horticulture in the EUREKA E! 2544 E PLANTS project has resulted in a much faster and more exact model to speed the investigation and monitoring of plant behaviour and growing conditions. Farmers can make better use of resources, resulting in cheaper and better quality food for all and learn more effective crop management as they can visualise precisely and clearly what is happening in their fields.