Atmos

16 Jun 19
Matthijs Haak

Preek over Efeze 4:-16 in een dienst waarin ambtsdragers worden bevestigd. Welke gaven geeft de Geest en hoe gaan wij daarmee om? Voorbeeldliturgie staat onderaan de preektekst. 1         Handle with care. Soms krijg je een cadeau waarop staat: handle with care. Want stel er zitten wijnglazen in of een kunstwerk. Dan schop je er beter […]

16 Jun 19
eggylettuce

The mediocrity continues with the next somewhat interesting episode in the potato duology.

15 Jun 19
Hackaday
The folks behind the Atmos Extended Reality (XR) headset want to provide improved accessibility with an open ecosystem, and they aim to do it with a WebVR-capable headset design that is self-contained, 3D-printable, and open-sourced. Their immediate goal is to release a development kit, then refine the design for a wider release. An early prototype of the open source Atmos Extended Reality headset. The front of the headset has a camera-based tracking board to provide all the modern goodies like inside-out head and hand tracking as well as the ability to pass through video. The design also provides for a variety of interface methods such as eye tracking and 6 DoF controllers. With all that, the headset gives users maximum flexibility to experiment with and create different applications while working to keep development simple. A short video showing off the modular design of the HMD and optical assembly is embedded below. Extended Reality (XR) has emerged as a catch-all term to cover broad combinations of real and virtual elements. On one end of the spectrum are completely virtual elements such as in virtual reality (VR), and towards the other end of the spectrum are things like augmented reality (AR) in which virtual elements are integrated with real ones in varying ratios. With the ability to sense the real world and pass through video from the cameras, developers can choose to integrate as much or as little as they wish. Terms like XR are a sign that the whole scene is still rapidly changing and it’s fascinating to see how development in this area is still within reach of small developers and individual hackers. The Atmos DK 1 developer kit aims to be released sometime in July, so anyone interested in getting in on the ground floor should read up on how to get involved with the project, which currently points people to their Twitter account (@atmosxr) and invites developers to their Discord server. You can also follow along on their newly published Hackaday.io page. 🤯 A modular VR headset?!?! Our first developer kit will have modular internals allowing for you to mix and match components. Now you can upgrade components without having to buy a new headset. Join the discussion in our discord: https://t.co/EVpxe0PuDd pic.twitter.com/iXnSRaowyx — Atmos (@AtmosXR) May 1, 2019
15 Jun 19
Tech Domes

The next console generation is officially in the near future, now that both Sony and Microsoft have started to lift the lid on their upcoming platforms. Microsoft officially introduced the next Xbox as Project Scarlett during its E3 2019 press briefing with a video of developers and executives discussing the console’s features and how they’ll empower game makers. Sony […]

15 Jun 19
Gsmplaza

This awesome gadget is great!!!

15 Jun 19
Flixed

With so many streaming services to choose from, how do you get the best quality experience? Naturally, you can use the services’ mobile apps or watch video in a desktop browser. But where these services come into their own is when a streaming device sends your favorite content to a bigscreen TV. In this fifth […]

15 Jun 19
Wave eStore

5.8″ Display Dual aperature camera lense allows for brillant photos, day or night. Radical 960 fps super slow-mo video An emoji that’s actually you. See more, hold less with the  Infinity Screen. Stereo speakers protuned by AKG wiith Dolby Atmos surround sound. Make a splash with a remarkable water-resistant smartphone.  [price_with_discount] Click Here to Buy

15 Jun 19
Technology Guru

MY EXPERIENCE WITH SAMSUNG M20 . This is was My First Samsung Phone which I have ever used till now, when I got the news that the samsung has also introduced the smart phone in low price range(M Series). I was very much excited as the main reason to launch this series is to cover […]

15 Jun 19
VOICE OF THE HWY

The television is a 75-inch LED with 1080p resolution.  “We haven’t made the jump to 4K, but we have set ourselves up for it,” Joe says. “All the components support it. The issue for us is, we like to occasionally watch 3D movies and it is not supported on new TVs, so we’ll probably ride […]

15 Jun 19
Sound Books

Who needs a holiday sale? Sometimes there’s no better time than the thick of summer to find deals. We should know – we’ve found ten deep discounts on some must-have items. Whether you’re searching for CBD edibles, exercise gear, chargers or other tech, take a look. But don’t look long – these prices aren’t likely […]

15 Jun 19
Sound Books

Who needs a holiday sale? Sometimes there’s no better time than the thick of summer to find deals. We should know – we’ve found ten deep discounts on some must-have items. Whether you’re searching for CBD edibles, exercise gear, chargers or other tech, take a look. But don’t look long – these prices aren’t likely […]

15 Jun 19
GeekerBytes

Huawei – a name synonymous with espionage and secrecy these past few months. Let’s take a step back to the end of 2018. Huawei was riding on a high after their successful launch of the Mate 20 Series in London. The world was astounded by the power and the beauty of what Huawei had just […]

15 Jun 19
Boing Boing

Who needs a holiday sale? Sometimes there’s no better time than the thick of summer to find deals. We should know – we’ve found ten deep discounts on some must-have items. Whether you’re searching for CBD edibles, exercise gear, chargers or other tech, take a look. But don’t look long – these prices aren’t likely […]

15 Jun 19
eggylettuce

Humanity’s arch nemesis; the SatNav, takes it’s timely revenge…