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Submitted by Snake5k6 450d ago | news

A GLIMPSE into the future of technology

On the 29th of January at the USC School of Cinematic Arts there is to be a digital technology showcase called GLIMPSE featuring cutting-edge research from across the university. This is an invite-only event with this research having never been presented to a general audience. This exclusive media event will feature live demonstrations and presentations of new technology that is shaping the future, enhancing the present, and preserving the past. (Dev, Industry, Tech)

Akuma-  +   451d ago
just get a playstation or the newest one. get a ps4 because sonys track record will prove them being at the top technologically at release day.
hellvaguy  +   450d ago
Not following your logic here. The original xbox and then the 360 were both on top at the release date. The Wii U is by some accounts, on top currently.

What the eff do I buy?!?!?!
SkullBlade169  +   449d ago
A Gaming PC.
Mathew9R   449d ago | Spam
TheKayle  +   449d ago
who wanna follow the CURRENT tech..need to buy a pc...cant to in other way

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