BBC Click heads to Taiwan to find out what ‘Made in Taiwan’ really means in the 21st century; from healthcare artificial intelligence to solving the pollution crisis.
Computerphile explores on how to use VR to capture visitors’ commentary on museum pieces.
Jocelyn Spence talks us through the VRtefacts system.
Here’s an interesting (and entertaining) use case for artificial intelligence: putting together a composite rendering from still images and exploring a space with HoloLens. From the TV show, The Enemy Within.
The latest episode of BBC Click covers the technology behind weather prediction, using VR in rehabilitation, and the smash hit app “TikTok.”
In this video, Two Minute Papers examines the paper “DeepFocus: Learned Image Synthesis for Computational Displays” from Facebook Research. Having a neural network synthesize depth and focus information from a two dimensional input can make more content usable for virtual reality or mixed reality uses.
BBC Click takes a look at the latest summer gadgets, goes on a VR waterslide adventure and even takes a hoverboard for a spin.
The BBC program (programme?) Click is in Japan and they take a look at the state of the art in VR, Robotics, and Cameras in the Land of the Rising Sun.