Roundup: Newest games in the Gear VR library

A roundup of the newest games for the GearVR

If your Samsung phone hasn’t exploded or been recalled in real life, maybe you’ll enjoy using it to blow up things in virtual reality. Here’s a roundup of this month’s new games for the Gear VR.

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Complaints against police plummet in presence of body cams, says new study

A new research study weighs in on the contentious issue of police body cams

A recent spate of violence between police officers and citizens in the United States has raised many questions about what happens when an organization meant to protect its populace harms it instead. As with so many quandaries these days, technology is often at the center of the debate – namely, regarding the use of body-mounted cameras and the public release of the footage they capture. While body cams can often prove police misconduct, they can also exonerate officers who act appropriately given difficult situations. The simple tech can also, apparently, reduce complaints against cops, as shown in a recent Cambridge study.

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Bony biomaterial may keep kids from outgrowing their implants

An implant in the shape of a section of the human spine, 3D-printed using the new ...

When it comes to surgically replacing sections of missing or damaged bone, there are two main approaches: harvesting pieces of bone from elsewhere in the body, or using shaped metallic implants. That said, harvesting bone is invasive and painful, while metallic implants won’t grow along with the patient. The latter means that children will require additional surgeries to swap in larger implants as they grow. Now, however, scientists from Illinois’ Northwestern University are developing an alternative – stretchy 3D-printed implants that bone cells actually propagate.

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New formats, Daytona venue and Indian's return mark big changes for American flat track racing

In 2017 fans will be able to see this type of action from 360 degree cameras ...

Significant changes in race formats, a redefinition of the two types of classes, and a reintroduction of Indian Motorcycles should add to the growing popularity of flat track racing in the U.S.

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Renault uncovers the stunning Trezor concept in Paris

Renault Trezor at the 2016 Paris Motor Show

The Volkswagen I.D. concept may be as important as the Beetle (according to Volkswagen, anyway), but it’s not the prettiest all-electric concept car in Paris, not by a long shot. A real contender for that title is the Renault Trezor, a gloriously curvy, 350-hp grand tourer with clamshell roof, Formula E-based powertrain and “Multi-Sense” autonomous technologies. If this is what the future looks like, we can’t wait to go there.

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general design discussion • Re: Intellectual property

brownframe wrote:
Thanks Scott for the information. I did not have a public record of commercializing it, I just did it and placed it in my house. Other than that I showed the picture of it already done and most probably that is the reason they were motivated to copy it.

Would discussing it with them help at all?

Discussing how you feel and offering to help improve a next gen version with them can’t hurt – I wouldn’t start with , “You owe me money…” though ;)

Keep in mind that in 2/3rds of the world, imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.