How do you get a billion people into virtual reality? Facebook-owned Oculus VR has made a handful of new product announcements around creating mobile virtual reality experiences and enabling inside-out tracking. And it's all part of a plan to turn social.
Researchers at MIT have made a new, significant discovery in terms of the mechanics involved when droplets come in contact with surfaces, research that could help develop new 3D-printing techniques and improve other applications.
Just a couple of years ago, things like machine learning and artificial intelligence were topics that were primarily of academic interest only. Now these technologies are being deployed in all sorts of real-world embedded systems, and we're only just scratching the surface of what's possible.
With its new, first-of-its-kind Linux-compatible multi-core CPU, SiFive is moving to pushing the open source RISC-V architecture into an expanded world of use cases, including machine learning and IoT.