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VR cricket game uses motion capture technology for full immersive experience

With the cricket season in full swing, cricket fans can try out their batting skills at home with a virtual reality game developed by Stickee Studios in collaboration with researchers at the University of Bath.

VR cricket game uses motion capture technology for full immersive experience

(University of Bath) With the cricket season in full swing, now cricket fans can try out their batting skills in the comfort of their own homes in a virtual reality game, developed by Stickee Studios in collaboration with researchers at the University of Bath.

Fast, noninvasive technique for probing cells may reveal disease

Engineers have devised a way to assess a cell's mechanical properties simply by observation. The researchers use standard confocal microscopy to zero in on the constant, jiggling motions of a cell's particles -- telltale movements that can be used to decipher a cell's stiffness. Show More Summary

Fast, noninvasive technique for probing cells may reveal disease

(Massachusetts Institute of Technology) MIT engineers have devised a way to assess a cell's mechanical properties simply by observation. The researchers use standard confocal microscopy to zero in on the constant, jiggling motions of a cell's particles -- telltale movements that can be used to decipher a cell's stiffness. Show More Summary

Vortex photons from electrons in circular motion

Researchers at IMS and their coworkers have shown theoretically and experimentally that a high energy electron in circular/spiral motion radiates vortex photons from the radio wavelength to gamma rays. This greatly broadens application spectra of the vortex photons in the field of physical science. Show More Summary

Vortex photons from electrons in circular motion

(National Institutes of Natural Sciences) Researchers at IMS and their coworkers have shown theoretically and experimentally that a high energy electron in circular/spiral motion radiates vortex photons in the entire wavelength range from the radio-wave to the gamma-rays. Show More Summary

Motion Stills Brings Google Research’s Stabilization Hotness to Your Phone

In June of last year, the Google Research team launched Motion Stills for iOS. Why only iOS? Don’t ask me. If you aren’t familiar with this app, it allows you to snap Live Photos, then share them as short videos loops and GIFs. WithShow More Summary

Complex gas motion in the center of the Milky Way

How does the gas in the centre of the Milky Way behave? Researchers from Heidelberg University, in collaboration with colleagues from the University of Oxford, recently investigated the motion of gas clouds in a comprehensive computer simulation. Show More Summary

Ultrafast motions and fleeting geometries in proton hydration

Basic processes in chemistry and biology involve protons in a water environment. Water structures accommodating protons and their motions have so far remained elusive. Applying ultrafast vibrational spectroscopy, researchers have mapped...Show More Summary

The wave nature of light in super-slow motion

(University of Erlangen-Nuremberg) Physicists at Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU) and Friedrich Schiller University Jena (FSU) have accomplished a quantum leap in light research. They have managed to capture the behavior of extremely short laser pulses during focusing by means of very high spatial and temporal resolution. Show More Summary

The wave nature of light in super-slow motion

Physicists at Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU) and Friedrich Schiller University Jena (FSU) have accomplished a quantum leap in light research. They have managed to capture the behaviour of extremely short laser pulses during focusing by means of very high spatial and temporal resolution. Show More Summary

Transfer of atomic mass with a photon solves the momentum paradox of light

In a recent publication, Aalto University researchers show that in a transparent medium each photon is accompanied by an atomic mass density wave. The optical force of the photon sets the medium atoms in motion and makes them carry 92% of the total momentum of light, in the case of silicon.

NIST 'noise thermometry' yields accurate new measurements of Boltzmann constant

By measuring the random jiggling motion of electrons in a resistor, researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have contributed to accurate new measurements of the Boltzmann constant, a fundamental scientific value that relates the energy of a system to its temperature. Show More Summary

NIST 'noise thermometry' yields accurate new measurements of boltzmann constant

(National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)) By measuring the random jiggling motion of electrons in a resistor, researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have contributed to accurate new measurements of the Boltzmann constant, a fundamental scientific value that relates the energy of a system to its temperature.

Slow motion makes football referees more likely to give a red card

(KU Leuven) Video assistant refereeing in football has to be used with caution. Researchers at KU Leuven (University of Leuven), Belgium, have shown that refs are more likely to give red when they see a foul committed in slow motion, even when a yellow card is more justifiable. This is because fouls viewed in slow motion appear to be more serious.

Fluid mechanics of table tennis balls—discovery of 'spin-crisis'

Research conducted by Takeshi Miyazaki and colleagues at the Complex Fluids Lab at UEC, Tokyo, covers environmental fluid mechanics in massive systems such as flight of projectiles and motion of vortices in the Earth's atmosphere and...Show More Summary

Walk really fast to stop a wobbly suitcase ruining your holiday

When a suitcase in motion becomes unstable, it can rock back and forth from wheel to wheel. Researchers have determined why that happens and how to stop it

Arctic Climate Change Study Canceled Due to Climate Change

Arctic sea ice is unexpectedly in motion, making the research trip far too dangerous for the ship and the scientists it would be carrying.

75 years later, ‘Pride of the Yankees’ set the template for the sports biopic, by not making it about sports

On one side of La Cienega Boulevard, in Beverly Hills sits the classic mission-like structure that houses the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ research facility. Across the street is the baseball diamond at La Cienega Park. It wasn’t lost on Richard Sandomir as he poured over files in the Margaret Herrick Library room […]

The hidden order in DNA diffusion

A different approach to analyzing the motion of diffusing molecules has helped overturn the long-held assumption that DNA molecules move in a haphazard way. KAUST researchers reveal for the first time that DNA molecules move not by random Brownian motion but by a nonrandom walk related to polymer dynamics in a way that conserves overall Brownian characteristics.

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