Documentaries, videos and podcasts
By Rory Claydon
August 20, 2021
From an arcade game to a multi-billion pound industry, the BBC charts the ups and downs of video games.
May 29, 2021
Though the series has entertained players for 20 years, the past 12 months in particular have given easy games the chance to shine.
May 14, 2021
MIT Technology Review
Interspecies mind competition is now a possibility thanks to brain-computer interfaces.
May 13, 2021
From the simplicity of Pong's two bats and a ball to Space Invaders' advancing ranks of aliens, the 70s saw the rise of a phenomenon that mesmerised the world
April 9, 2021
As explained by the narrator, nine-year-old Pager had a Neuralink implanted in his brain around six weeks before the video was filmed. He's first seen playing a...
April 9, 2021
A video posted to YouTube claims to show a macaque monkey with a Neuralink brain implant playing the game Pong using only its mind.
April 8, 2021
A new Neuralink video shows nine-year-old Macaque playing the classic video game... using a brain-implant device.
April 2, 2021
Games have been getting longer, more sprawling, and bigger budget--but some developers are looking the other way.
January 2, 2021
Biologists sounded the alarm with over 1,000 migratory birds, largely the endangered bar-headed goose, a highest-altitude migrant, were found dead over the past one week or so in Pong wetlands
December 23, 2019
Video game physics are something that we often take for granted. Programming physics into a game can be as simple as one or two routines, or as complex as requiring a separate physics engine to handle the computations. In this article we'll delve into the specifics of rigid body and soft body physics in games.
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