Samsung says 1.6 million people visited Galaxy S9 promotion studios in 5 days

Samsung refuses to accept its new flagships, the Galaxy S9 and S9+ may not sell better than the previous models and announced its promotion centers in South Korea were visited by more than 1.6 million people in just five days.

Obviously, the reason these people came to Samsung’s promotion studios is to test out the new Galaxy S9/S9+. As a matter fact, visitors were offered the chance to create their own emojis, one of the main features that Samsung marketed since the Galaxy S9’s announcement.

Samsung has Galaxy Studios across Barcelona, Spain, where consumers can come and take the …

What cost film studios millions of dollars can now be made with just an iPhone X and few extra costs

What used to cost millions of dollars and was possible only in special movie studios can now be done with just an iPhone X and a few extra costs.

A brilliant illustration by KNL Studios shows how you can use a cheap body mockup model and body trackers with an iPhone X to achieve impressively accurate virtual avatar of your own self.
The technology is possible thanks to the Face ID camera in the iPhone X and below you can see a demonstration of the avatar in action, plus you can see the somewhat crazy mounts and gear used. It’s mind-boggling to see that …

Super Nintendo World theme park at Universal Studios to open in Japan by 2020

00000488_01 Mario’s got a date with Universal Studios theme parks, and the first concrete one is 2020: That’s the year Nintendo and Universal are targeting for the debut of the first of three Super Nintendo Worlds. The Nintendo themed areas at Universal parks in Orlando, Hollywood and Japan will host attractions, restaurants and shops, and the first will open in Osaka ahead of the Olympic Games… Read More

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HTC debuts Vive Studios, building VR games that highlight the strengths of its platform

arcadesaga_bowshot_2_1920 More than a little bit of drama has emerged in the VR community in response to the trend toward exclusives among hardware manufacturers. Oculus and Sony have devoted significant resources to ensuring its systems have titles either launch first on their platforms or only on them. Meanwhile HTC and its Vive system, which is built upon Valve’s OpenVR platform, have stayed in the good graces… Read More

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