Los Angeles is set to become home to a very futuristic theater experience this fall, as “new location-based virtual reality venture” Dreamscape Immersive launches a VR multiplex in the city in September.
Using technology based on medical imaging and body mechanics, the start-up is building an interactive experience where you don’t just go to the movies, you get up and move in and out of the situation on screen and interact with the content and others watching alongside.
Food waste digesters don’t seem an obvious area for cloud computing. But BioHiTech built its own industrial cloud product for them and other types of hardware with just five engineers by using AWS and Slack.
“Is the cloud really right for me?” mused an exasperated IT manager, sometime in the late 2000s. The days of debating “to cloud or not to cloud ” are long behind us, and the market has evolved at an amazing rate over the past several years.
Yachts are for chumps. People who really know how to spend their money get submersible yachts from Migaloo, a mysterious company that offers five different models of underwater palaces. But true evil villains just go for the Migaloo’s crown jewel: Kokomo Ailand.
The reverberation of the Volkswagen tailpipe emissions scandal is still being felt across the industry, pulling other brands under the harsh light of scrutiny.
According to a report out from Germany’s Auto Bild, the Nitrous Oxide (NOx) tailpipe emissions of BMW’s X3 diesel compact crossover exceed European regulations. In fact, the car’s respiratory-harming NOx emissions exceeded future Euro 6 emissions levels — set to go into effect in 2017 — by as much as 11 times.