Like the PlayStation 5 before it, Sony has released specs and trailers for its next-generation virtual reality hardware. We’ve seen the controls go back a while (now further refined and recolored to white), but eventually the headsets themselves break the cover.
It matches the aesthetic of the latest PlayStation: all white, curves and soft lines. It still carries the DNA of Sony’s first VR headset, but looks slimmer. The sphere profile seems to represent the 360-degree view the user will experience.
PlayStation SVP Hidekai Nishino notes that ergonomics is a key focus, with a new lens control dial to help users ensure eye comfort and a design that will provide improved airflow when you’re injured stuck. The bad news is the lack of news when it comes to launch dates and prices. Rumors point to a late 2022 reveal. At least that’s this year.
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It laid off 111 employees as it turned around.
Virgin Hyperloop will focus solely on freight and has cut its total workforce by almost half. A spokesperson confirmed to the Financial Times that a passenger change is underway, with supply chain issues and COVID contributing to the change.
Since its inception, the company has developed vacuum tube systems for passenger and freight transport. One of the earliest VH concepts to emerge was the “inland port,” in which cargo ships would load containers onto capsules that were shot inland before they were disposed of.
Is DJI really the most innovative camera company in the world?
We don’t review many cinema cameras, but DJI’s newest camera, with its LiDAR autofocus, Z-arm stabilizer and more, deserves some attention. Deputy Editor Steve Dent put it to work. Ronin 4D isn’t quite perfect. It weighs a lot and has a scrolling shutter effect in play, but nothing else out there can match its technology and design. It’s surprisingly easy to operate, delivers good image quality, and seems designed to make filming easier. Let’s take a closer look.
You will need $90 and a Premium subscription to use it.
Spotify’s Car Thing first debuted last April after breaking off the cover nearly two years earlier. Back then, you needed to be part of a select few to get one. In October, the company expanded the invite list to all users in the US. Yesterday, Spotify announced that Car Thing is available to anyone in the United States to buy directly from the company. The device costs $89.99 and requires a Premium subscription so you can use it in your car. Car Thing is basically a Spotify box for most cars – as long as you have an aux jack or Bluetooth connection. Oh and a power source. Have a plot? We gave one to test .
The birds displayed a rare cooperative “rescue” behavior.
Dominique Potvin, a professor of Animal Ecology at the University of the Sunshine Coast in Australia, says he and his team recently witnessed a mischief by magpies displaying cooperative behaviour. rescue” are rare when they try to track the birds. Researchers have created a lightweight yet sturdy tracking harness that the birds can wear like a backpack. They also created a feeding station that can wirelessly charge and download data from tracking devices. It even has a magnet to free the birds of the harness. Within 10 minutes of Potvin’s team installing the final tracking device, they saw a magpie that was using her bill to unfasten the harness of one of the chicks. A few hours later, most of the other test subjects were also released from their trackers. Good luck next time, scientists.
One owner claimed that they were aware of a bug that allowed hominids to purchase far below market value.
A man who accidentally sold his NFT Bored Ape for a small amount of money is suing OpenSea, claiming he knew of a vulnerability in the platform that allowed hackers to buy unlisted NFTs for a fraction of the price. of market prices, decrypt reported. Timothy McKimmy alleged in a complaint that he didn’t even list his Bored Ape #3475 for sale, but a hacker bought it for just 0.01 ETH ($26) before turning it around and selling it it for 99 ETH ($250,000 at current prices). He stated that although the bug was widely reported in the media, OpenSea refused to halt the transaction.
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