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The Oculus Rift was originally designed by Palmer Luckey to be the platform for the most immersive video games ever, but the technology's been embraced by storytellers in Hollywood that don't just want to show you a story; they want...

source: Southern California Public Radio

New York has unveiled the most ambitious plan yet for the pay phone of the future. The city announced that it had selected a consortium of advertising, technology and telecom companies to deploy throughout the city...

source: The Washington Post

NewKnowledge staff are working with Engineers for Exploration (E4E) at the University of California San Diego (UCSD) to use a range of drones (better referred to as Unmanned Aerial Vehicles or UAVs) and sensors to detect whether there are birds nesting in areas where land...

source: New Knowledge

LazyTruth is a plug-in for Chrome that automatically scans email for information that FactCheck.org and Politifact have deemed false. If something doesn't check out, it'll provide a few words of correction and a link...

source: The Atlantic

Like arts institutions throughout the U.S., Baltimore's flagship museum is striving to reinvent itself for a new generation while remaining faithful to its legacy. At the Baltimore Museum of Art, reinvention means rethinking the presentation of its American art collection,...

source: The Baltimore Sun

For this hyper-contemporary exhibition, the Frye Art Museum in Seattle invited an unusual guest curator to organize the show — the entire internet. Over a two week period in August, the Frye shared 232 of their collection's...

source: The Huffington Post


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