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Jun
2016

Gyroscopic glove takes on tremors

The GyroGlove uses internal spinning discs to smooth out the shakes

If you've ever tried holding onto a spinning gyroscope, then you'll know how it "fights" you if you try to suddenly tip it over – that's why self-balancing motorcycles use gyroscopes to stay upright when stopped. Well, Imperial College London spinoff company GyroGear is utilizing that same principle in its new GyroGlove, which is designed to minimize hand tremors.

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Category: Health & Wellbeing

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15
Jun
2016

Absolver, a Souls-inspired martial arts game, is my biggest surprise of E3 2016

Just about every year, I get scheduled to play a particular game at E3 2016 that I didn't know anything about beforehand, which comes out of nowhere and just absolutely floors me. I'm pretty sure that this year, that game is Sloclap's Absolver. Essentially, it's a Souls-inspired Action-RPG focused on highly technical martial arts fighting — parrying, feint attacks and all — that allows you to build custom attack combos and execute them against enemy and player alike. It's slick as hell, and you can find out more about it in my impressions video, posted above.

15
Jun
2016

Lab-grown living bone fuses fast with pig jaw

The bone matrix was grown this bioreactor, which was shipped across country to test its resiliency

Repairing damaged or defective bone structures can be quite difficult, painful, and expensive for patients requiring the care. While advances have been made in replacing sections of bone and stimulating natural healing, researchers from Columbia University have developed a bone-growing technique that precisely replicates original structures in the head and face.

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Category: Medical

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15
Jun
2016

iOS 10 tidbit: battery life suggestions

One of the useful little things Apple’s built into iOS 10 without even mentioning it during the WWDC keynote or in iOS 10 marketing materials is a brand new feature designed to suggest ways users can maximize their iPhone’s battery life. Branded as Battery Life Suggestions, it appears automatically when your battery is not connected […]

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15
Jun
2016

Psychonauts in the Rhombus of Ruin is a fresh take on VR and pillows as toilet paper

Pro wrestling has its own weird language. I like to think it’s related to carny and vaudevillian lingo. Good guys are babyfaces. Bad guys are heels. Fans who go along with the stories are generally called marks. If you love a good guy or hate a bad guy, you're a mark for them.

I got to thinking about pro wrestling during a demo of Psychonauts in the Rhombus of Ruin at E3 2016. Inside the PlayStation VR world resurrected from a decade-old game that’s finally becoming a franchise later this year, I used my telekinetic powers to give a pillow to a man stuck in a bathroom.

"A pillow?" Coach Morceau "Morry" Oleander asked from behind a closed door. "Well, any port in a storm!"

I laughed like a numbskull, realizing that for the better part...

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