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Apple ‘working on $3,000 VR headset with two 8K displays’

Apple ‘working on $3,000 VR headset with two 8K displays’

Technology
Apple is rumoured to be working on a VR headset filled with cameras and features that could set consumers back $ 3,000 (£2,191) a unit. The gadget could launch in 2022 sporting a dozen tracking cameras and a LiDAR system to augment the headset's VR and AR (augmented reality) capabilities. According to a drawing from The Information, which first reported on the mixed-reality headset, the device looks more similar to goggles than headsets such as the Oculus Rift or Google Glass. Image: Augmented reality features are already available for iPhone and iPad Apple employees who spoke to The Information described the device as offering mixed-reality experiences - a VR headset but with augmented reality features, such as with the popular Pokem...
Bra-free model displays cleavage from multiple angles in eye-watering see-through get-up

Bra-free model displays cleavage from multiple angles in eye-watering see-through get-up

Entertainment
GC IMAGESWHIP IT: Victoria posed up a storm at the isawitfirst.com partyThe Scouse model managed to cover her entire body yet flash it all at the same time.Victoria, 23, attended the the isawitfirst.com event at Tape nightclub, London in an entirely sheer get-up.But after seeing some of Britain's Next Top Model Victoria Clay's other outfits this was fairly tame.Victoria sported an ankle-length black jumpsuit which featured see-through panels from head-to-toe.The dotted mesh panels revealed Victoria's lengthy pins, while black knickers protected her modesty.GC IMAGESMODEL MOVEMENTS: Victoria had her catwalk downBut even more skin was exposed up top.Victoria's jumpsuit featured yet more see-through material which cut away around her toned midriff.With a v-neckline which plunged deeply at her...
Glastonbury attendees' wee to power displays

Glastonbury attendees' wee to power displays

Technology
The lavatory facilities at festivals can often be feared as pits of despair, but a team of scientists are set to turn Glastonbury goers' wee into energy.Display boards at this year's Glastonbury festival are going to powered by urine, provided via a 40-person urinal which will be situated near to the headline Pyramid stage.Technology designed by scientists at the Bristol Bioenergy Centre (BBiC) can harness the power of pee to illuminate the darkness and charge mobile phones.While this isn't the first time that "Pee Power" has featured at the festival, it is the first time in which it will be used to power information boards keeping attendees in the know.The 40-person urinal will be conveniently placed by the Cider Bus, just a few hundred metres from the Pyramid stage.Scientists and student...