Vibrating pads on people's arms can support a more convincing illusion of weight in virtual reality by fooling the brain into ignoring certain sensory input.
New Scientist From ACM TechNews | September 13, 2022
One judge said the striking piece evoked Renaissance art. But some critics compared it to 'entering a marathon and driving a Lamborghini to the finish line.'
The New York Times From ACM News | September 12, 2022
Voyager, a computer program, played with Ensemble Signal in the U.S. premiere of a George Lewis piece that was a highlight of this year's concert calendar.
The New York Times From ACM News | August 23, 2022
Measurement has driven research groups to home in on the most popular datasets, but that may change as metrics shift to real-world quality.
Chris Edwards From Communications of the ACM | September 1, 2022
Engineer and musician Victor Zappi introduced a virtual percussion instrument co-developed with Professor Sidney Fels at the University of British Columbia at ACM's...University of British Columbia From ACM TechNews | August 15, 2022
A doctoral student is using TikTok dance videos to build lifelike three-dimensional avatars of people for use in virtual reality environments.
University of Minnesota News and Events From ACM TechNews | July 19, 2022