What will our digital lives look like in 50 years? At last week’s NeuroGaming conference, David Holz discussed creating timeless experiences and how the digital is increasingly becoming an elemental part of being human.
Plus, science and math education through gaming, “wearing” a robotic arm, designing a new art interface, and Ars Technica’s easy guide to building a web app with LeapJS. To subscribe to our developer newsletter and get updates through email, click here.
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David Holz @ NeuroGaming
Our co-founder and CTO joined an expert panel to talk about how neurosensing, gesture, voice control, and haptic technologies are taking the games industry by storm, and what this means for the future.
Wearing Your Robot
What if controlling a robotic arm felt as natural as moving your own arm?
A New Kind of Canvas
Crispy Driven Pixels wants to change how digital art is created.
STEM Education Through Gaming
Last week, Nickolodeon and the city of Burbank kicked off a three-day hackathon where students and experts worked with the latest gadgets to build creative mobile apps.
Want to build a gesture-controlled web game? Ars Technica’s Ryan Paul walks through LeapJS to create a simple 2D game.
Chicago-based tech firm recently took CBS reporters through an interactive flight over the Windy City.
SF Virtual Reality Meetup
Anticlockwise Art Studio, San Francisco, CA
May 15, 2014 @ 7PM
Join us this Thursday at SFVR as we demo an internal project with the Oculus Rift and talk about the future of VR.
Music Hack Day
Github HQ, San Francisco, CA
May 17-18, 2014
Hack your way through 24 hours of musical experimentation with programmers, designers, and artists.
Silicon Valley Virtual Reality
Computer History Museum, Mountain View, CA
May 19-20, 2014
What are the key challenges behind user input and locomotion in VR? On Monday at 3PM, David joins a panel discussion on interaction design, ergonomics, and early device adoption. We’ll also be showcasing demos and holding a workshop during the expo.