Computer Science

Personalized virtual reality displays match eyesight

Researchers are developing a type of virtual reality display that adapts to differences in how we see depending on whether we need glasses or how old we are. This technology could reduce headaches or nausea caused by existing VR headsets.

Yes, anyone can become an Internet troll

Stanford researchers find that the situation in which an online discussion occurs influences whether people will troll more than their personal past of trolling suggests.

Speech recognition faster at texting

Smartphone speech recognition software is not only three times faster than human typists, it's also more accurate. The researchers hope the revelation spurs the development of innovative applications of speech recognition technology.