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November 12, 2019Stevens Institute of Technology Credit: CC0 Public Domain A.I. researchers at Stevens Institute of Technology have developed a system that can detect when a person is eating and calculate how many carbohydrates they are consuming with unprecedented accuracy and speed. The work provides a significant advance for people who wear continuous glucose monitors …

The phrase ‘virtual reality’ might make you think of video games – but Adelaide researchers say the technology could change the lives of millions of Aussies living with a disability. When Associate Professor Caroline Ellison heard about a new project involving virtual reality (VR) – she knew she had to try it for herself. Putting on …

Baton Rouge-based digital media company King Crow Studios was developing video games for years. Then an introduction to decision makers at ExxonMobil gave it the opportunity to co-develop virtual reality training for the company. ExxonMobil is expanding its Baton Rouge polyolefins plant in a $500 million investment and tapped King Crow Studios, along with 3D …

Augmented reality (AR) isn’t a new concept. In fact, brands like Converse were experimenting with the immersive technology as far back as 2012, allowing sneaker aficionados to “try on” various shoes and see what they would look like on their feet. Peter Sheldon is Senior Director of Strategy at Adobe. But it wasn’t until about …

A growing streaming tv industry has created a market for giving fans what they want: turning fiction into reality. Breaking bad actor Dean Norris joined Yahoo Finance’s The Final Round to discuss Schraderbräu, the mythological homebrew from Norris’ beloved character Hank Schrader. “I went to Sony, struck a deal with them for the licensing. I found a …

When it comes to making fun of celebrities, reality TV stars are often easy targets. They have to open up about private moments that most of us would rather keep hidden, and the scripted (or at least curated) version of their lives that makes it to the screen often makes them appear shallow and inauthentic.  …

Mike Lee, Special to the USA Today Network – Texas Published 3:35 p.m. CT Aug. 29, 2019 CLOSE Teaching the technology generations that grew up learning on computers can be a challenge — whether it’s English, history or football. A few years ago, A.J. Smith, then offensive coordinator of a small college in Louisiana, was …

Pepper’s Breakthrough Combination of Technology and People | 2019-08-29 | Engineering News-Record This website requires certain cookies to work and uses other cookies to help you have the best experience. By visiting this website, certain cookies have already been set, which you may delete and block. By closing this message or continuing to use our …

Nearly 18% of working-age adults with diabetes are rationing their own medication by taking smaller dosages, waiting to fill prescriptions or skipping the treatments altogether, according to a new government study. The finding, which comes from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, is not exactly a revelation. Over the past few years, there’s been no …

BERLIN ― Sandra Dudler is a passionate recycler. Like many Germans, she carefully follows the country’s strict trash-disposal rules, which involve separating items into different bold-colored bins. “I’m very serious about putting my stuff in the right bins,” said Dudler, the creative director of a media company. She even chastises friends for buying items wrapped …