As social beings, we have come to accept and depend on interactive technologies signaling through screen surfaces. Craving relationship, we look to our phones to seek knowledge, entertainment, love, work updates, financial assurance, the weather and yes, even political...
Back in May, famed architect Rem Koolhaas reflected on ways in which Silicon Valley has absconded with architectural terms to compose a new metaphoric language of computation and business organization. Words like blueprints, platforms and structures now equally refer to information...
Chocolate, Vanilla or Strawberry -- for some of us, the choice of ice cream is never simple. If you're like me, you choose Neopolitan to get the best of three delights. When it comes to VR, Robots or Dance, I...
Being open-minded is not always easy. Think back to a time when a colleague or friend reminded you ‘C’mon, widen your perspective! Or remember a time when in a debate, you strategically decided to change your point of view. Often,...
On August 6, RotoLab team members took a day to check out the VRLAExpo2016 — a disappointment with its painfully long lines and narrow range of expo booths. If the expo is any indication of "set direction" for viewer testing of...
We had a wonderful time hosting a GGI Inventio!Brains™ Chat in the beautiful library at RoTo Architecture last Friday. Our guests were Gil Baron, VR pioneer and Dr. Paul Zak, neuroscientist. Here are some moment from the evening. An audio...
Hello RoToLabbers, As we begin to get our online presence developed I want to show you a glimpse into one of the projects currently under development at the LAB. Second Studio (S2) is designed to be a gamified approach to...
We had a wonderful time hosting a GGI Inventio!Brains™ Chat in the beautiful library at RoTo Architecture last Friday. Our guests were Jose Sanchez, architect and game designer and Dr. Dane Clemenson, neuroscientist. Here are some moment from the...