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Seated onstage at a museum near Chicago, Adina Sella talks about her life as a Holocaust survivor. A group of young school kids is entranced — all the more so because Sella is not actually there. Her likeness is being beamed in the form of an interactive and moving...

source: The Times of Israel

A new AI algorithm built by researchers at Stanford uses Google Street View to check out the cars on the road in any neighborhood and uses that data to determine whether the neighborhood is liberal or conservative. The system makes...

source: BGR

Looking Glass, a self-described "team of inventors, engineers, game devs, and out-of-work comedians chasing the dream of the hologram," have unveiled the Holoplayer One, the world's first-ever interactive lightfield display. The...

source: Futurism

"No sound, once made, is ever truly lost," Ray Bradbury once observed. The Museum of Endangered Sounds, or MOES, is seeing to that. Established online almost six years ago, the museum is an audio archive of 33 signature, iconic...

source: Vanity Fair

The new Kremer Museum exists solely in virtual reality. The museum, which was announced at the end of October, is a collaboration between Dutch art collector George Kremer and his son, Joël Kremer. While George has spent the past...

source: Artsy

One thing that sets the Museum of Vertebrate Zoology (MVZ) at the University of California apart is the mutually beneficial arrangement that exists between the museum and the undergraduate students at the University of California, Berkeley who work and learn there—a...

source: PLOS


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