Faculty from the UNC School of Medicine and the Department of Computer Science came together on Tuesday to celebrate the 10 millionth book read on TarHeelReader.org. The online library of free books for students with disabilities was co-founded by computer … Read more
News Category or Year: 2017
Tar Heel Reader, an online, open source library of free, easy-to-read, accessible books, recently reached 10 million books read.
Benjamin Kompa, a fourth-year student at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, has been named a recipient of the prestigious Churchill Scholarship, a research-focused award that provides funding to outstanding American students for a year of master’s study … Read more
Achieving a wide field of view in an AR headset is a challenge in itself, but so too is fixing the so-called vergence-accommodation conflict which presently plagues most VR and AR headsets, making them less comfortable and less in sync … Read more
There has been a lot of arguing about the size of crowds in the past few days. Estimates for President Trump’s inauguration and the Women’s March a day later vary widely. And for crowd scientists, that’s pretty normal. “I think this is … Read more