Full crisis living — I have a book called the Sender Companion Journal, and in the book I write about a man called Anthony Burgess who was diagnosed with a brain tumor and given a year to live. He doesn’t have a penny to his name, so we made this plan that he’s going to write a novel and make money so that he has some for his family when he dies.
There’s a high school in Little Rock Arkansas, called Pulaski Academy and they are very successful. They win the state championships over and over (they’re a runner-up this year). But there’s one unique thing about the school — their football team.
A VR-powered circus is opening its first (virtual) big top in Los Angeles – Two Bit Circus, Brent Bushnell in TechCrunch
On a scorching July day in Los Angeles, the normally bowtie-bedecked co-founder of Two Bit Circus, Brent Bushnell, was taking a group of guests on a tour through the virtual reality inflected extravaganza of an indoor amusement park that, at the time, was still very much a work in progress.
Today Two Bit Circus, an experiential entertainment company, premieres a VR Cinema at the 2018 edition of New Frontier at the Sundance Film Festival, January 18-28 in Park City, Utah. The VR Cinema will feature the official New Frontier Mobile VR lineup.
Jason Latimer and Engineering.com to Launch ’Impossible Science Student Challenge’ at the USA Science and Engineering Festival.
World Champion Magician & Curator of Impossible Science, Jason Latimer, together with engineering.com, today announced the launch of the “Impossible Science Student Challenge” at the USA Science and Engineering Festival in Washington DC. The “Impossible Science Student Challenge” aims to inspire students to wonder, ask questions and bring science fiction to life through STEM. The challenge will be conducted on engineering.com’s ProjectBoard platform. As a grand prize, Jason Latimer will bring his Impossible Science LIVE stage show to the school of the winning student or team. The winning […]