Remember all those science fiction movies and television shows that depicted people in a future time, talking to life-sized holographic images? That time is now. A research team from Queen's University in Ontario has developed a video communications system that allows you to speak with an eerie three-dimensional representation of the person on the other end of the line..
As part of the Sydney Film Festival this week, Australian filmmakers from the University of New South Wales’ iCinema Research Centre are showing off a 360 degree 3D interactive movie called Scenario. Here’s hoping it’s the future of... Read Post
It's one invention that is sure to set science fiction fans all agog: a paper-thin computer that can be rolled up and stuffed in a pocket. Researchers at the Queens University Human Media Lab in Ontario, Canada, have developed a... Read Post