Intel’s Museum of me, let them build you a museum

museum of me

TECHOCULAR HAS MOVED: FOR THE MOST RECENT VERSION OF THIS POST PLEASE VISIT http://www.techocular.co.uk/museum-of-me/ Have you ever wanted to have a museum displaying a number of your own art works or exhibitions? How about a virtual museum completely dedicated to you? Intel’s Museum of me campaign lets you do just that. When you browse to the … Continue reading

Valve is looking into controlling games with your eyes!

eye movement control

A lot of gamers believe that modern games are not suitable for disabled gamers, what with all the numerous keyboard buttons that need pressing and precise mouse movements, but Valve Software don’t share that view. “Most of the accommodations we make for disabled gamers (closed captioning/subtitles, colorblind mode, in-game pausing in single player, easier difficulty … Continue reading

19 things you didn’t know about Star Wars

No-one can deny the importance and popularity of the Star Wars movies, as is evidenced by TechOcular’s most popular post to date about the Millenium Falcon blueprints. It’s earned itself a cult following that study every minute detail and involve themselves into the lore and culture of Star Wars. Even if your not a die-hard … Continue reading

A digitally enhanced, interactive pool table!

Obscura Cuelight Pool table

I’m sure not many people while playing a friendly game of Pool stand and think, what would make this game better? – Oh yes for the balls to have fiery trails or appear to be playing on a watery surface! Yet that shouldn’t some of us from thinking it’s a great idea and dreaming. Obscura Digital … Continue reading

An intuitive take on protecting your data from viruses

Virus Spuit by Kim Hye-won, Kim Ji-eun and Park Na-hyun

Anti-virus software is getting increasingly complicated and less wieldy to use. The number of different settings, customisations, profiles, partitions, ports, etc is making scanning your computer a chore. Couple this with the need to constantly stay vigilant due to the sheer amount of malware, viruses, spamware, trojan’s out there trying to infect your computer or … Continue reading

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