Retraining Wire and Feature Editors to Be Web Curators If the wire editor and feature editor roles are becoming obsolete for print newspapers, as Steve Yelvington persuasively argues, then those editors should be retrained — or retrain themselves — as web curators. Rather than become obsolete, these editors could become essential to their news organization’s future on the web. Steve observes: On the Internet, we have no need of wire editors; if we wish to have wire content on our websites, we can plug in AP Hosted News, or run a full feed of AP Online or some similar product from another service. Feature editing faces the same problem: But the job simply doesn’t transport to digital media. Yet there is a HUGE opportunity in this shifting landscape. Instead, we have what Clay Shirky describes as “filter failure”: Here’s what the Internet did: it introduced, for the first time, post-Gutenberg economics. Local news sites may serve their readers much better by sending them to CNN, MSNBC, and NYT for non-local news, as Steve suggests.
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'Ninja Run' May Be the Craziest VR Locomotion Technique Yet This is ‘Ninja Run VR’, and its yet another take on the ever present problem of user locomotion in VR experiences. But, as crazy as the concept looks, there may be some method to its madness. The question of how best to allow users of VR apps, games and experiences to move around a virtual space is still a hot topic among players and developers. Right now, those titles which require user-controlled movement through a space seem to be settling on some form of VR teleportation – i.e. the point and click approach. Now, a developer has come up with a new take on the problem, one that on the surface may well look, well, a little “batshit crazy”. “In many popular anime and cartoons, characters depicted to be moving very fast are often illustrated with their hands and arms trailing their torso in the direction they are moving,” Hall tells us, “Even though is is unrealistic, it does induce the notion that the person has a super power to move very fast.”
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search tools DIY Hololens by FultonX I wanted to go ahead and develop Hololens apps. Here is Microsoft's live demo video: After experimenting and seeing a couple AR kickstarters, I figured out a way to develop comparable hardware... at least for prototyping. The HMD costs ~$10 and it projects any mobile phone image enlarged at 16" from the eye. I plan to add a Leap Motion, depth sensor, and/or tracking to be able to interact with virtual objects. Edit: TBD items: Google Tango tablet integration: All inclusive sensors and mobile form-factor (fastest road to victory): Without Google Tango: Depth sensor could also just be a head mounted Kinect using: Head tracking could be done with Playstation Move.me at first: Added ideas not on the real Hololens: Pupil tracking idea here:
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