In Space, No One Cares About the Documentation


In Science Fiction circles, we readers are always awarding points to authors who manage to make reasonably accurate predictions. Being able to introduce prescient ideas in fictional words means that the author must have had knowledge of some frontier of knowledge and reported it back to the rest of us. In today’s world, news of scientific and technological advances travels quickly, unencumbered by gaps in communication structure or a lack of undersea cable. Practically speaking, knowledge and discoveries move more quickly from the frontier to the lands laypeople inhabit than ever before. read more >>

New Eye Tracking Infographic by iMotions

iMotions–a company that develops the iMotions Biometric Research Platform for conducting human behavior research in the areas of Psychology, Neuroscience, Human Factors Engineering, Education, Health, Business and Human Computer Interaction–has created the first ever infographic on eye-tracking as part of their free Eye-Tracking Pocket Guide. read more >>

My Visit to a VR Art Gallery in the Cloud

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Artist Gretchen Andrew has taken her classical talents into the modern world. Her oil paintings are on display in West Hollywood California’s Design District, but long after the exhibition closes fans can still visit her work through the magic of virtual reality… read more >>

Eye-Tracking and the Future of Art


Traditionally, visual artwork is created with the hands from an idea in the artist’s mind, and though the artwork may have a tactile element, it is usually enjoyed by seeing it with the eyes… read more >>