Researchers at NVIDIA have already developed AI technology that can generate photos of fake people, and now they’re taking things a step further. Continuing their exploration of what’s possible using generative adversarial networks, or GANs, they created a program that can turn a simple doodle into a beautiful landscape “photograph.
In this day and age, who hasn’t given their selfie a virtual nip and tuck before posting?
Japanese art and tech studio teamLab calls itself a collective that “explores a new relationship between humans and the world...
Have you ever wished that there was an easier way to sell your artwork or handicrafts without having to go through the gallery system or sign up for a complicated e-commerce system? Though the world is filled with platforms that make it easier to share our homes, handicrafts, and even rides to work, it’s not quite as simple for the average person to replicate the retail experience—until now.
Contemporary design has been transformed by smart technology.
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Computer generated technology is rapidly improving, so much so that it’s sometimes hard to tell the difference between what’s real and what’s animated. However, CGI isn’t just being used for special effects in films anymore—today the technology is also being applied to create incredibly realistic computer generated people. Meet Imma, the Japanese virtual model who’s taking the fashion industry by storm.
Sony continues to tighten its grip as a leader in the mirrorless camera market with the release of the a6400.
Lexar is banking on bigger being better with its newly announced 1TB SDXC memory card.
Over the last few years, several strides have been made in the realm of robotics. From smart planters to submersible drones, these innovations are designed to make life easier for their operators. This intention is particularly true at Dawn ver.β, a pop-up cafe staffed by automatons that offer agency to “those who have difficulty working.” Developed by Kentaro Yoshifuji—the CEO of Ory Laboratories—the OriHime-D is a server that relies on remote control.
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Over the last few years, we’ve seen a surge in 3D-printed possibilities.