Richard Boyd, the founder of 3DSolve and Rainbow Six developer Red Storm Entertainment talks VR interfaces, defense industry patents, and simulations at Lockheed Martin.
"Warfare is a bloody, horrific, painful thing and it should always be so."
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"Rats host pathogens and they survive just fine—isn't that a great opportunity for us?"
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Radio Motherboard discusses the next major global conflict—and takes a look at how we might have already witnessed its beginning.
The two prominent public intellectuals argue manned missions are essentially political posturing that yield little science.
There is something about the DARPA Robotics Challenge Finals that felt like watching the Masters.