Facebook has made its first move to integrate virtual reality onto the main social network, confirming that users of its VR app Spaces will now be able to broadcast themselves on a live video. Spaces is an Oculus-only app that lets users sit in a virtual room, chat to friends, watch videos, and draw. Facebook […]
Signs, waves, and honks are all part of traffic vocabulary, providing drivers with an efficient way to tell pedestrians and other drivers what they are about to do. In the autonomous future, cars should be able to talk to one another, but pedestrians, cyclists, and non-driverless cars will still need visual cues to tell them […]
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