So as you may have noticed, I haven’t been posting much from New Rising Media lately, and have linked you to a website called Neo-Entity. This site is the re-invention of us and our purpose that I’d love to talk to you about now, on the fourth Birthday of this brand.
As a reader of this website, chances are you've dreamed of being a Jedi at some point in your life. The over-the-top lightsaber battles, repelling stormtrooper blaster fire, using the force to take out your foes. It's all one amazing pipe dream, but YouTuber Bill Parker has created this great creative video of a Jedi strapping a GoPro to himself and fighting the Empire in the desert.
Minecraft is great for teaching young gamers key skills like problem solving and creativity, but it's not just humans who can learn a something from it. Researchers have used the computer game to teach robots these same skills in a faster, more efficient way.
Russia's Ministry of Internal Affairs has launched a new public health program to reduce the amount of deaths and injuries caused by people taking selfies.
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Anybody who is just as disappointed as me at the cancellation of Silent Hills will be happy to see a Allison Road, the spiritual successor to P.T. I will warn you though, prepare to be scared every time you pass a terraced house.
British inventor Colin Furze really likes superheroes, to the point where he's build a budget Iron Man suit to withstand a storm of fireworks.
Someone on Reddit has shared pictures of what looks like the prototype of the SNES-CD, a cancelled collaboration between Sony and Nintendo to bring a CD-ROM attachment to your Super Nintendo.
Remember Ceefax? It was Britain's version of the internet before anybody really used it. Well now the service has been brought back to life, and you don't even need to wait until the early hours of the morning to get to it. Introducing pagesfromceefax.net.
While we've figured out many aspects of human life through scientific endeavour, one of the most fascinating is still one shrouded in mystery: how does human memory work? How do we create unforgettable episodes of time in our mind, which we are reminded of at certain locations or with certain people?