Technology News for July 27 2017

UI undergraduates tackle research challenges using virtual technology

At the University of Iowa, undergraduate students work side by side with researchers to create a digital human being, design virtual car trips for an advanced …

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What Technology Will Look Like In Five Years

Diomedes Kastanis is VP of the Chief Innovation Office at Ericsson, supporting advancement of the company’s technology vision and innovation. Major players like Google, Apple and Uber are developing car technology so that, in five years, rather than driving to the office in a car you own, you’ll drive to work in a car you ordered on your cell phone that morning. The Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne has developed “Shared control” technology that augments EEG and gives paralyzed people even more mobility with their wheelchairs. Now you can experience the news through virtual reality; in five years, you’ll be able to experience everything through virtual reality. There are current initiatives to develop low-cost, augmented-pixel technology that’s far less isolating.
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