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'Destiny' Rakes In $325 Million, But Reviews Paint Game As Mediocre
 'Destiny' Rakes In $325 Million, But Reviews Paint Game As Mediocre
Destiny, the epic space opera that is part first-person shooter, part massive online game, sold through $325 million worth of games in the five days since it was released, publisher Activision said Wednesday. That number, which represents the number of copies already in consumers hands, is the biggest ever for the launch of a new gaming intellectual property. But it's also surprisingly high considering the game is receiving mediocre reviews from critics across the board. Read More

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ArtRage 4.5 Released for Mac
ArtRage 4.5 Released for Mac
ArtRage from Ambient Design gets a significant speed and feature boost in the latest version upgrade. The Mac software is free for all registered users of ArtRage 4. In addition to a hefty speed increase in its 64-bit engine build, the new version also has support for stylus tilt and more. Read More
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One Marine's Journey
One Marine's Journey
Over the years tens of thousands of young men and women have returned from war zones with significant physical and mental disabilities. Most adapt to their new life and some don't. Cirina Catania, founder of The Catania Group, has volunteered her time and talent to visually tell their path back and new goals. Her first documentary - still in post production - highlights the path Cpl Kionte Storey, USMC Ret, and best friend, Koja, a Siberian Husky service dog, are taking they hope will lead them to the 2016 International Paralymics. When completed in a few months the documentary will be available online and she hopes to be broadcast with all of the proceeds going to help other returned and returning military personnel. Read More
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Q&A With Larry O'Connor - Founder/CEO of Other World Computing
Q&A With Larry O'Connor - Founder/CEO of Other World Computing
We discuss with Other World Computing Founder and CEO Larry O'Connor the issues with memory and storage as the need for larger and faster memory and storage devices explodes. The difference between 4k imagry and HD or NTSC is stunning. So too is the difference in storage needs. From desktop to broadcast, from consumer devices to game development, the need for speed and capacity is becoming insatiable. Read More
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Using Nvidia`s SHIELD to help with Dementia Terminal Agitation
Using Nvidia`s SHIELD to help with Dementia Terminal Agitation
This is a very personal story with its roots in Nvidia's GTC 2014 where a keynote presentation focused on video games and improving cognition in persons with Alzheimer's and dementia. Over five million Americans suffer from dementia or similar illnesses, and that number is expected to triple in the next 35 years as the population ages. My 89 year-old mother suffers from advanced dementia and is in a stage that doctors and nurses have called "terminal agitation", a type of delirium that refers to multiple signs of central nervous system irritability that may include restlessness, agitation, distressed babbling or singing, twitching, jerking and/or recurrent fits which generally result in the sufferer's inability to sleep. A lack of sleep coupled with continual movements may exhaust the patient and the caregivers. Although managing agitation is extremely challenging, this editor as primary caregiver, has found that using Nvidia's SHIELD is very helpful. Read More
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Microsofts Xbox One E3 Keynote Tells Console Owners That Yes, The Games Are Coming
Microsofts Xbox One E3 Keynote Tells Console Owners That Yes, The Games Are Coming
Microsoft just spend a solid hour and a half answering the main complaint of every Xbox One owner, namely that theres nothing for them to play. The result was not thrilling live video for anyone watching who isnt completely enmeshed in the gaming industry, but it is good news for anyone currently staring at a powered down Xbox One wondering what to do with the thing. The E3 conference started with a clear statement about critics who think Microsoft focused too much on making the Xbox One a media entertainment center, instead of focusing on its core gaming audience.

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