Gaming

AI Virtual Reality

New AI Makes You Play Table Tennis In a Virtual World

Two Minute Papers explores the paper “TransPose: Real-time 3D Human Translation and Pose Estimation with Six Inertial Sensors” in this video.

Read More
AI

This AI Learned Physics But Is It Any Good?

Two Minute Papers examines The paper “High-order Differentiable Autoencoder for Nonlinear Model Reduction” in this video.

Read More
Raspberry Pi

What Happens When you plug the AMD Radeon RX 6700 XT into a Raspberry Pi

This guy bought an AMD Radeon RX 6700 XT and plugged it into a Raspberry Pi to see what would happen. Contents: 00:00 – How much did it cost? 00:50 – Unboxing 04:05 – Pi Problems 05:40 – Plugging it in 09:59 – No explosions, yay! 12:18 – Needed: a Driver 12:40 – Compiling the […]

Read More
AI

This AI Learned Some Crazy Fighting Moves

Two Minute Papers examines the paper “Neural Animation Layering for Synthesizing Martial Arts Movements” in the following video. It seems that AI’s uncanny ability to learn knows no bounds.

Read More
AI

AI Stuntman Just Keeps Getting Better

Two Minute Papers explores the paper “Learning a family of motor skills from a single motion clip” in the following video.

Read More
Microsoft

How to use Camera Effects & Lenses in Microsoft Teams

Kevin Stratvert shows us in this step-by-step tutorial how to make your Microsoft Teams meetings more fun with various camera effects, filters, and video virtual backgrounds by using SnapChat’s Snap Camera app for Windows and Mac PCs.

Read More
Apple Hardware

Linus Says “Don’t build a Hackintosh” Why?

I had considered building a Hackintosh, but decided to pick up a used iMac to render Apple Motion videos. I’m glad I went this route and Linus Tech Tips explains why.

Read More
Hardware

Gaming on a $60,000 Computer

Linus Tech Tips uses a $60,000 server as a gaming PC. There’s still time for Santa to load one in his sleigh for you. Just saying.

Read More
Security

How To Stay Safe Online

With more and more services going online, internet safety needs to be at the forefront of a lot more conversations. BBC Click  examines the role of security, online education and more. How can we keep teenagers safe online? We look at a new AI system that monitors video content on the fly and blurs anything […]

Read More