Top Futurology News – For the month of November 2020

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Another incredible month of progress across the spectrum: from reversing two major processes involved in aging to optics to neural brain implants to atomristors, November is definitely a month to remember.

Here are the top stories from the past month (in mostly chronological order), let’s dive in:

1. New Display Packs 10,000 PPI and Could Paint Stunning VR Worlds

Singularity Hub

You can plausibly say today’s virtual reality is a descendent of smartphones. The affordable sensors, chips, and high-resolution displays critical to rendering a decent VR experience were engineered for iPhones and Galaxys not Rifts and Vives. Early on, VR pioneer Oculus built prototypes with 1080p AMOLED displays from Samsung Galaxy S4 smartphones.

2. Oregon’s Decriminalization Vote Might Be Biggest Step Yet to Ending War on Drugs

The Intercept

Thanks to voters, Oregon will be the first state in the country to decriminalize the personal possession of all drugs, including heroin and cocaine. Oregonians passed Ballot Measure 110, also known as the Drug Decriminalization and Addiction Treatment Initiative, with 59 percent of the vote; it’s the most far-reaching of numerous successful drug-related measures on ballots nationwide, including the legalization of recreational marijuana in New Jersey, Arizona, Montana, and South Dakota.

3. MIT Creates Battery-Free Underwater GPS


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