These are the 2018 winners of the Vizzies Challenge.
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Capturing the motion of macromolecules will help researchers make better HIV drugs
If a few very smart neuroscientists are right, with enough number crunching and a powerful brain scanner, science can pluck pictures—and maybe one day even thoughts— directly from your brain
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Sit back while The Matrix Reloaded boots up the next generation of virtual filmmaking.
The tiny insects see in low-res, but are masters of motion tracking
The winners of the Nikon Small World microvideography contest
Harmonic modeling of fluids creates liquid you actually want to get in your computer
Scientists found that fluctuating the electrical signal to the rodents' paralyzed legs can make them step higher and walk for longer.
A motion capture study explores the range of hip motion required for sexual activities.
The new Hawk-Eye Tennis Officiating System is bringing high drama and high tech to the tradition-bound tournament
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