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Intelligence, Science, and Knowledge

I start by saying that, in my eyes, evolution of intelligent life is the most important thing that has happened in our universe since the Big bang. 1,140 more words

Virtual Reality

3 Google Cardboard Articles | WIRED, Engadget, TechCrunch #GoogleCardboard #virtualreality @googlecardboard #makerspaces

Google Cardboard is VR’s Gateway Drug | WIRED
There’s no reason not to try Cardboard now. It’s cheap, it’s easy, it works with your phone. It’s still a million miles away from the best VR demos out there; Oculus, HTC’s Vive, and Project Morpheus all blow Cardboard out of the water—which they should, because they’re not made of cardboard. 310 more words


An immersive tribute to Vincent van Gogh

Walk inside Van Gogh’s The Night Cafe with Virtual Reality

Appreciating art can now take a whole new meaning with virtual reality. The Night Café is an immersive virtual reality experience which has the same name as the famous painter Vincent Van Gogh’s painting. 71 more words

Virtual Reality

The Bus Trip - My Walk with Miguel


We passed through the French Market and paused to hear a street band.

Miguel stopped and bought a praline.

He broke off a piece and gave it to me.  364 more words

Photography And Art

Minority to Demo Time Machine on Oculus Rift Crescent Bay at E3 - VRFocus


Minority to Demo Time Machine on Oculus Rift Crescent Bay at E3
Canadian developer Minority has today revealed that not only will they be attending this year's Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3), Los Angeles, next month, but in addition they will be offering hands-on demos with their virtual reality (VR) project …


가상현실을 위한 화각과 픽셀

Google I/O 2015 – ‘Designing for Virtual Reality’ 중에서 나온 내용입니다.

사람 눈은 가로로 210도까지 볼 수 있으며 1도당 60픽셀의 해상도를 갖고 있다고 합니다.

이를 환산하면 12,600 * 6,000 픽셀이 된다는군요.

현재 넥서스5를 카드보드로 이용하면 85도의 화각과 각도당 12픽셀,
넥서스6, 카드보드의 경우 100도의 화각과 도당 13픽셀이 된다고 하네요.

디스플레이의 넓이에 따른 각도계산은 지금 당장이라도 활용할 수 있는 팁이네요

영상은 아래 영상 초반부에 있습니다.
(Day2, Channel2)


With Its New Mobile Features, Google Returns to Form (And Buries Its Flops)

Google has grown up.

At least that was a popular verdict from Day One of I/O on Thursday — that the major presentation lacked Google’s renowned childlike weirdness. 918 more words