I’ve seen and heard some pretty wild stuff in my time, but this Xenobot thing sounds like something straight out of a sci-fi movie. I wanted to discuss this on here seeing as this technically counts as technology and, well it’s freaking cool as a concept.
Listen, the Switch has changed the way I play my games. I went from “why would I play on an inferior platform” to “shit, is there a Switch version?“. So when Alienware revealed their Concept UFO at CES 2020, a portable PC device running on Windows 10, you know I had to check it out.
I’m telling you, with the introduction of the Teslasuit Glove, we are getting this much closer to a new form of gaming experience, likes of which were once thought to be dreams.
Once in a while I tend to talk about techs that interest me. Phones usually ain’t it, however, this one in particular is one that I wanted to share as it highlights a significant turning point for the Africa continent and its pursuit of technology advancement and ownership. The Mara Phone, the first high specification, affordable smartphone manufactured in Rwanda, Africa is the first of such many ventures.
Listen, a while back I was one of the many people to claimed that the future of gaming is going to be in the clouds. To which I still stand by that statement! I think Google’s stadia might lead gamers into the heavens above, but just not the gamers of today! It’s funny, I started out writing about how I think Stadia might fail, but as I went into it started seeing this slimmer of hope for them.
Deepfake is a technique for human image synthesis based on artificial intelligence. It is used to combine and superimpose existing images and videos onto source images or videos using a machine learning technique known as generative adversarial network. This new technological feat may perhaps be the single greatest threat to human lives, to date. Second to A.I. robot take over, but that’s for another day.
The title is a bold statement, but it’s kinda true. Like anything in the tech world, things evolve, and the old gets replaced. Why do you think Sony and Microsoft have decided to team up. They can sense the climate changing and have realized that they too need to evolve.
Here’s something I didn’t expect to hear from the gaming scene, Sony and Microsoft have formed a strategic partnership to tackle cloud gaming. Yep, that is actually a thing that’s happening.
For years now gaming has been striving to reach a level of realism that closely resembles that of our real world. So far, we’ve have come pretty close to reaching that seemingly dream-like target, however, in recent years, graphics in games seem to have plateaued in terms of visuals prowess. I think now with the advancement of A.I. tech, games are about to leap into the next phase of gaming capabilities while also providing healthy dose of benefits to the industry as a whole.