Somnium Space is developing a way for people to talk to their loved ones even after they die. All it requires is massive amounts of personal data.
The first SXSW in three years was taken over by crypto-mania fueled by marketing hype.
Global Tel Link Corporation says the system would allow an inmate to "for a brief time, imagine himself outside or away from the controlled environment."
The scenarios in VirTra's training include "Hot tub trio," where an officer encounters people "in the backyard hot tub, playing loud music and possibly smoking marijuana."
'The American Dream' wasn't a game many people played, and yet, the far right social network Gab somehow ended up using its artwork.
The lockdown forced people to stay inside and look towards virtual worlds for comfort and connection. The industry boomed and things got weird.
This algorithmically-generated virtuoso can play almost any composition by ear.
'The Under Presents: Tempest' brings the closeness of interactive theater online at a time when people are furthest apart.
A new culture is emerging as people all over the world are forced to stay at home to contain the spread of the coronavirus.