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Content posted in September 2013
Microsoft's Project Spark Makes a Game of Creating Your Own Video Game
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9/26/2013  5 comments
Almost all the young minds that play video games have wondered what it would be like to create their own, even if it was just changing something small in one game to make their experience better. Microsoft is making it happen.
Dassault Systemes Teams With Engineers to Rid Oceans of Plastic
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9/18/2013  6 comments
The Eco-Engineering Design Contest aims to clean up the world's oceans.
Video: Augmented Reality Table & Book Interact Through Hand Gestures
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9/10/2013  5 comments
A Los Angeles smart space installation uses a digitally augmented table and book that allows visitors to use hand gestures to explore digital media.
MakerBot's Digitizer Scanner is User- & Wallet-Friendly
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9/4/2013  9 comments
MakerBot recently announced that the final product would soon be on the market. What is the buzz surrounding its Digitizer all about?




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