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If you missed out on snapping up an NVIDIA Shield TV Pro or Shield TV when they were on sale for record-low prices during Prime Day, there's some good news. The media streaming devices have dropped back to the same all-time lows at Amazon. The standard NVIDIA Shield TV is currently $125, which is $25 off the regular price. Its more advanced sibling, the NVIDIA Shield TV Pro, has dropped to $170, which is a $30 discount.Buy NVIDIA Shield TV at Amazon - $125The NVIDIA Shield TV has a compact tube design, which should make it easy to slot somewhere behind your television, but it still makes space for the Tegra X1+ processor.
— (Engadget) (August 12) (Pocket)
There are apparently alotof people who need their fix ofStar Wars, Marvel superheroes, Disney movie classics, and sports – as the Mouse House’s platforms surpassed Netflix in July to become the top streaming service with 221.1 million subscriptions. However, it should be noted that those numbers are for Disney+plusHulu and ESPN+. Netflix can rest easy… […] The post Disney is Top Dog in the Streaming World (But Losing Billions of Dollars) appeared first on 19FortyFive.
— (1945) (August 13) (Pocket)
Earnings Results: Disney to raise streaming prices while launching ad-supported tier, stock pops as subscriber total tops Netflix
Walt Disney Co. added more streaming subscribers than expected and topped Netflix Inc.'s total in the second quarter, and plans to launch an ad-supported tier while increasing prices on its current offerings before the end of the year.
— (Market Watch) (August 11) (Pocket)
From 'Game of Thrones' to 'She-Hulk', here are 8 of the biggest shows hitting Netflix, Hulu and Disney+ in August - CNBC
From 'Game of Thrones' to 'She-Hulk', here are 8 of the biggest shows hitting Netflix, Hulu and Disney+ in AugustCNBCI would cancel Netflix and Disney Plus in August — here's whyTom's GuideWhy Disney+ and Hulu are all you need to stream in August 2022 (sorry, dragons)MarketWatch7 New Netflix Shows in August 2022 — and the Best Reasons to WatchIndieWireEverything Coming to Netflix, Disney+, HBO Max & Other Major Streaming Services in August 2022ComicBook.comView Full Coverage on Google News
— (CNBC) (July 31) (Pocket)
Accounting firm PriceWaterhouse estimates that revenue from media services offered directly to viewers via the internet will climb to US$2.4 billion in India by 2026.
— (South China Morning Post) (July 30) (Pocket)
@pkafka: Disney says it has 221 million streaming subscribers. Netflix has 220.7 million.
@unusual_whales: Disney, $DIS, total streaming subscribers surpasses Netflix, $NFLX, per CNBC.
@WatcherGuru: JUST IN: Disney $DIS surpasses Netflix $NFLX in total streaming subscribers with 221 million total subscriptions.
Among Usis about to enter the realm of virtual reality. If you're lucky, you might even be able to try Among Us VRbefore it's officially released later this year. Signups are now open for the spin-off's beta.As you might expect, Among Us VR shifts the action from a top-down perspective to a first-person view. That ups the ante a bit, since you may not be able to tell if a potential impostor is just behind you. There's also proximity voice chat and the option to accuse other players of being an imposter with literal finger pointing.Schell Games, which is behind puzzle game series I Expect You To Die, worked with original Among Us developer Innersloth on the ...
— (Engadget) (August 4) (Pocket)
Researchers at Stanford University and NVIDIA teamed up to tackle one of the biggest challenges facing virtual reality (VR) experiences, the bulky headsets. In a new research paper, the team showed how they could be reduced down to a thickness of a pair of regular-looking glasses, a press release from the company said.
— (Interesting Engineering) (August 11) (Pocket)
Inside ‘Light & Magic,’ ‘High School Musical’ Gets ‘Frozen,’ Virtual Reality Gets Real, Mechashark and Shark Dome
A six-part docuseries goes behind the scenes of the pioneering special-effects company Industrial Light & Magic. A new season of High School Musical: The Musical: The Series heads to summer camp, with Frozen on the agenda. An HBO documentary filmed entirely in virtual reality profiles communities and relationships forged within the world of VR Chat. Shark Week highlights include an adventure aboard a Mechashark submersible and the creation of a Shark Dome research platform.
— (Insider) (August 3) (Pocket)
NBC News’ Gadi Schwartz takes us inside Future Interfaces Research Lab at Carnegie Mellon in Pittsburgh. At the lab, one of the leading minds behind VR innovation, Chris Harrison, and his team trick your brain into thinking you are touching, feeling, and interacting with things that aren’t really there. They attempt to do this with as little hardware as possible.Aug. 2, 2022
— (NBC) (August 2) (Pocket)
Whatever your reason for working in virtual reality, the good news is that it’s very possible, even at this nascent stage in the technology’s life cycle. Sure, you’ll find odd quirks, but you may be surprised at just how well everything works for the most part.
— (Live Science) (August 2) (Pocket)
At Zero Latency VR arcade in Vancouver, a group of gamers face down a horde of zombies. The group rushes through an abandoned skyscraper, making their way up the floors, dodging, and shooting the undead, all to reach the helicopter on the roof. When they meet the chopper, one of the post-apocalyptic survivors makes a jump for it – but falls over. In the real world, they leapt into thin air and onto the floor. But with the free-roam VR game, it felt real.
— (The Globe and Mail) (July 26) (Pocket)
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