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The father of virtual reality sounds off on the changing enlightenment of Silicon Valley, the imminent #MeToo backlash, and because he left Google for Microsoft

BI Getty Images Widely famous as the father of virtual reality, Jaron Lanier has been hugely successful in moulding the record of today. Lanier’s work is deliberate foundational to the margin of VR; he’s spurred developments in immersive avatars, VR headsets and accessories, and was concerned in early advancements in …

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Peter Jackson: Ashley Judd and Mira Sorvino were not expel in ‘Lord of the Rings’ after Weinstein ‘smear’

“The Miramax smear campaign [was] in full swing,” Peter Jackson said. Jonathan Leibson/Getty Peter Jackson pronounced he did not cast Ashley Judd and Mira Sorvino in “Lord of the Rings” on the recommendation of Harvey Weinstein. The executive compared Weinstein and his brother, Bob, to “second-rate Mafia bullies.” Weinstein pronounced he had …

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Getting lost in Fallout 4 – Reader’s Feature

Fallout 4 – don’t forget where you left your armour A reader recounts a story of detriment and find in Fallout 4, and illustrates because it’s always critical to save properly. I’m a inattentive soul, I’ve been sealed outward my own house, car, and work mechanism on several occasions. Sometimes …

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The beauty of uneven multiplayer – Reader’s Feature

Spies vs Mercs – a classical instance of disproportionate multiplayer A reader talks up the fun of purposefully lunatic multiplayer games, from Splinter Cell’s Spies vs Mercs to Nintendo Land. They contend that the many pleasing people in the universe are so since their faces are symmetrical. we don’t indispensably …

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5 reasons The Grinch is the best Christmas film of all time

Dr Seuss’s enchanting star comes to life in this Christmas classical (Picture: Universal) Choosing which Christmas film to watch with the whole family can be tricky. But don’t worry, we’ve got the ideal one for you: How The Grinch Stole Christmas. Ron Howard’s live movement instrumentation of the classical Dr …

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