Bryan Margaca

Bryan Margaca is a writer for Techveki, covering devices, industry changes, and the personalities that create future technologies.

The sensation of touch in VR

Researchers from Carnegie Mellon University’s Future Interfaces Group (FIG) modified a Meta Quest 2 VR headset and added ultrasonic transducers to the bottom rim of the headset. Using these sound waves emitted from the transducers creates the feel of touch on a person’s lips, teeth, and tongue when the mouth is open. Footage released of …

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Kinetic launch company SpinLaunch and NASA sign Space Act Agreement

SpinLaunch created the Orbital Accelerator, a low orbit accelerator that uses centrifugal force to launch satellites into space. Its steel vacuum chamber and carbon fiber spinning arm can propel objects into space up to 5,000 miles per hour, breaking through the majority of Earth’s gravity pull. Creating a sustainable option that is free from rocket …

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Detecting cancer using artificial intelligence

Health care is inundated with scheduling conflicts, financial burdens, and misdiagnosis of medical issues. To combat these human costs, medical personnel are looking at artificial intelligence to strengthen decisions in diagnoses of cancers. In 2021, the FDA began focusing on computer algorithms. Allowing companies to pursue technology models to determine and diagnose cancer and the …

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