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  1. Apple has developed a way to deliver true 3D content on Device Displays without requiring the use of 3D Glasses The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office officially granted Apple a patent that relates to delivering 3D content like movies and augmented reality to devices like the iPhone, iPad and Macs without requiring 3D glasses that is used to watch a 3D movie in a theater. This could be a killer app if Apple is able to translate their patent into a real product before their competitors do. Apple notes in their granted patent background that image and video c
  2. iHeart Hails “Virtual Reality for the Ears” Company launches a big 3D audio effort for binaural podcasting iHeartRadio has launched a big 3D audio effort and announced a “strategic expansion into binaural podcasting.” It promises to put listeners “into the middle of an audio soundscape, immersing them in the story like never before.” It released this audio sample to promote it. “Put your headphones on,” it states. The company plans to introduce a slate of podcasts using this technique. “Binaural, or 3D audio, creates a sens
  3. Cocos adds 3D to its open source 2D game engine with Cocos Creator 3.0 Cocos has had great success with PC and mobile games with its 2D game engine. Now it is taking the open-source software to the third dimension with Cocos Creator 3.0. Cocos is including its first all-in-one 3D engine and editor with the new release of the Cocos game engine, which traces its roots back a decade to Cocos2d-x. Cocos has been used by more than 1.4 million developers to date, and over 100,000 games in the app stores use it. Cocos has tried to build 3D tools before, but it
  4. Sharing files that can help anyone 3D print guns is now legal and protected as free speech. That's the key takeaway from a major settlement between the US government and gun rights activist Cody Wilson in his attempts to distribute 3D-printed firearms. On Tuesday, his legal team announced the settlement, calling it a "devastating blow" to the gun control lobby. "I consider it a truly grand thing," Wilson told Wired in an interview. "It will be an irrevocable part of political life that guns are downloadable and we helped to do that." According to Wired, Wils
  5. Have you ever wondered what all those thoughts look like as they race around in your brain? Now you can find out using a new system that peers into the storm of activity in real-time. The technology, dubbed ‘Glass Brain’, was developed by neuroscientist Adam Gazzaley and Philip Rosedale, the creator of Second Life. It combines virtual reality, brain scanning and brain recording allowing the user to journey through their mind. The technology was recently unveiled at Austin’s South by Southwest festival where the public were given the chance to look into the mind of Mr Rosedale’s wife Yvette.
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