Woman's Guide to CES


True story: I packed five pairs of shoes for a four-day trip to CES. I had good intentions. Standing at 5’2 on a good day, my 4-inch stiletto were a necessity! First, I wanted to see exhibits and people at eye level, especially while I conduct an interview. Second, I hadn’t made a final decision on which of the 7 dresses I was going to wear so I needed shoe options.
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Face an active shooter with HTC Vive


Just about every millennial that grew up in California can remember the “duck and cover” campaign from grade school where it was taught that hiding under a desk could best protect you from an earthquake. Covering yourself is a great idea to protect from flying debris and shattered glass, but how are people prepared to handle other situations that arise in the classroom and office buildings?
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Parkinson's Disease Diagnosed with help from Virtual Reality


Medical applications for VR continue to spread. Just a few weeks ago I wrote about how Paraplegics can learn to walk again with help from Virtual Reality. Scientists from Tomsk Polytechnic University and the Siberian State Medical University, in Russia, believe that it could be the future of diagnosing neurodegenerative diseases such as multiple sclerosis and Parkinson's disease.
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DEO VR is the new King of the Hill of VR Video Players


Playing 360-degree or 180-degree videos on either the Rift or Vive has alway been rather hit or miss.

Adding to the short list of decent video players is the recent newcomer called DEO VR. DEO VR already has support for the Rift and released their HTC Vive version today.
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