The alleged gang rape of a teenager was caught on a Go Pro camera, a court has heard.The footage purportedly shows a group of men assaulting a 16-year-old girl at a party in May 2015.In the video, the teenager said she was tired and wanted to sleep, but a man said: “I’ll get this f***ing party started c***.” The men used a type of coded speech known locally as Pig Latin. I can’t be going to ourtcay (court),” one man said.
When the attackers fled, another man entered the Texas Chicken and Burgers spot and emptied the victim’s pockets before fleeing, police said.To do so, it has hired team members with backgrounds at companies like Weta Digital, You Tube, NVIDIA, Google, Pixar, Microsoft Research, Digital Domain, ILM, and others. We met 8i, and that’s exactly what they’re doing.”Others have noticed, too, including the Sundance Film Festival, where 8i’s project, , featuring Scott and Reese, will be shown for the first time next month.“With spherical video, you’re placed in the middle of somewhere, like a concert . What 8i is doing is absolutely, fundamentally innovative.”The emotional component of volumetric capture is key. and she felt like she was holding her baby again.”By using 8i’s volumetric capture system, filmmakers can shoot VR content and then mix it with any kind of computer-generated environment they want.Scott Nolan, a partner at Founders Fund, which was an early investor in Oculus VR–acquired by Facebook for billion in 2014–and which invested in 8i, said that while much of virtual reality hardware is becoming commoditized, 8i’s technology offered exactly the kind of immersive breakthroughs the firm was looking for.“Virtual reality is meant to be immersive, to make you feel like you’re really there,” said Nolan. Take Scott’s semi-annual visits with Reese to 8i, for example. That’s because 8i’s software is designed to make it possible to extract the three-dimensional content and integrate it into other live-action or computer-generated environments.Ravi and Wei were federally indicted for their roles in the webcam incidents, though they were not charged with a role in the suicide itself.Ravi was tried and convicted in 2012 on multiple charges related to the webcam viewing.
– September 22, 2010) was an 18-year-old American student at Rutgers University in Piscataway, New Jersey, who jumped to his death from the George Washington Bridge on September 22, 2010.