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Could New Tech Meant for Plastic Surgeons Change CGI in Films Forever?

January 18, 2018

A new innovative technology is here to revolutionize filmmaking and James Cameron isn’t leading the charge? Times sure have changed. Ovio, a Newport Beach, California-based …

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3D Face Scanning Start Up In Talks With Studios for Film Use

January 18, 2018

A digital imaging startup is in talks with several Hollywood studios to offer a visual effects solution: faster 3D facial scans of actors. The Hollywood …

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Counseling with Artificial Intelligence

January 16, 2018

Counseling Today investigates how artificial intelligence will play a role in the future of counseling. Read the full article featuring ICT research here.

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A Blended Environment: The Future of AI and Education

January 15, 2018

Getting Smart explores the role AI will play in education and the five major shifts schools must make (with examples of how AI is already expediting …

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Activision’s Virtual Human ‘Emotion Challenge’

January 9, 2018

Detailed character animation and facial performance is increasingly becoming important for AAA Games. This is directed at both rendering realism and animation performance. Activision was founded …

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Seven Corporate Wellness Trends for 2018

January 9, 2018

The top corporate wellness trends are being driven by technology — some of which now sounds a bit futuristic. But experts say that in 2018 …

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Magic Leap’s Unveiling Spurred 2018 AR Race

January 4, 2018

ICT’s David Nelson pens an op-ed for Rolling Stone about why researching immersive human-computer interaction is critical. Read the full article here.

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A Nanjing Massacre Survivor’s Story Lives On Digitally

January 3, 2018

Engadget writes about how new technology will allow future generations to hear survivor stories in the future, featuring ICT’s collaboration with the USC Shoah Foundation, …

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Is It Time for a Magic Leap Forward?

January 2, 2018

A few days before Christmas, closely watched and famously tight-lipped “mixed reality” company Magic Leap finally let us backstage a bit, announcing plans to ship …

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