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Green Magic Homes

Jan 1, 2017 3:49:00 PM


They may seem like a set from the Hobbit movies, but Green Magic Homes are earth-sheltered houses built from a new prefab building system.

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Posted in Blogs By Reagan Kunjumon

An Exciting Future for Virtual Reality!

Jul 31, 2016 4:49:48 PM


Virtual Reality—you think you’ve seen it all? The roller coasters, the haunted houses, view from the Mars? Wait ‘til you experience THE VOID, a virtual reality experience that debuted at TED2016. The goal: To add touch and physical sensation to traditional VR. Thu-Huong Ha gives you the low-down on this new find.

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pokemon-go-ar

A bunch of grown-ups with backpacks in the middle of an urban setting, all hunched over something invisible with their smartphones pulled out. Seemingly exhausted but still very excited over something that pretty much no one else can see or explain. Nothing to be alarmed about. Such scenes are increasingly becoming commonplace with the new fad of “Pokémon hunting”.

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Sheep360


Guess what’s the first thing you turn to when you think of a location you don’t know about? Yes, that’s right—Google Maps. Now this beautiful app lets you pretty much explore any part of the world and Street View lets you see each location in 360° as if you were actually there.

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The Fad of Wearables!

Jun 21, 2016 4:42:25 PM

We see them every day. Most of even own one or two. But how helpful are they? Do they make us healthier? Read on as Zhenyu Li, Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering, George Washington University, tries to contemplate the future of next-generation wearable sensors.Read More
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Let’s Tango! Says Google!

Jun 12, 2016 4:00:42 PM

We all know how useful and accurate smartphone GPS & location services are these days. Be it getting a quick location fix on your favorite pizza spot in any neighborhood or finding the quickest route to work on a bad traffic day, our smartphones save the day, every day.

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Posted in Blogs By Reagan Kunjumon

Know your HRV! Know your Body!

May 23, 2016 10:39:00 AM

Since the introduction of the concept of homeostasis, biological science has been based on the rationale that all cells, tissues, and organs strive to maintain a static or constant “steady-state” condition. But with the introduction of signal processing technologies that are able to acquire continuous time series data from physiological processes such as heart rate, blood pressure, and nerve activity, it has become apparent that biological processes vary in complex and nonlinear ways, even during so-called “steady-state” conditions.

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VRMerlin offers the service of developing Virtual Reality guided tours for world famous attractions. With our in-house expertise to create VR tours using 360 photography to create Travel Brochures, Audio Guided Tours of city attractions, Guided Tour for your facilities like factories and warehouses.

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Posted in Blogs By Mir Maisam Ali Moosvi

There is an ongoing argument in the blogosphere and other media on the future of PCs and laptops versus tablets and smartphones in business. Trending thoughts seem to put tablets and smartphones in the forefront for the future. Back in December of last year, computerworld.com noted a recent study by Gartner Market Research that made the prediction that by 2018 half of all users will turn to their tablets or smartphones before laptops or PCs.

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Posted in Blogs By Reagan Kunjumon

Leonar3Do – Shape Your World in 3D

May 22, 2016 4:16:35 PM

What is Leonar3Do?

Stanford University describes it as “a new software and hardware product that allows users to design, manipulate and analyze 3D objects from within a virtual 3D environment”. The system utilizes a software application, 3D monitor and glasses, and a spatial input tool called a ‘bird’. The bird is used to move, rotate, sculpt and mold objects that appear to float in front of the monitor, and the 3D glasses assist with head-tracking for viewing objects from different visual angles.

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