Apparently, creating female players to battle it out in 18th century revolutionary France is simply "a lot of extra production work."
Researchers use chili and chocolate to determine how your virtual avatar may affect behavior after a game is over.
How would you look as a demon? A software program seeking funding on Indiegogo uses a Webcam to map your facial expressions and movements onto the face of an animated character.
A suspended hammock shelter on Kickstarter lets you camp up in the air, away from bugs and the hard ground.
Researchers find that women who spend 15 minutes once a week watching an avatar demonstrate healthy weight loss behaviors end up losing on average 3.5 pounds in a month.
University of Southern California researchers are developing SimSensei, an avatar that uses facial recognition tech and depth-sensing cameras built into Microsoft's Kinect to conduct mental health interviews.
Richard Garriott is back with plans for a new RPG that's already attracting thousands of backers.
"Avatar" is finally available on 3D Blu-ray from October 16, but after a three-year wait is 3D still enough of a draw to warrant buying it again? Vote in CNET's poll.
A 3D cardboard avatar will cost you less than a ticket to see the next 3D "Avatar" movie.
The movie was previously available only to Panasonic customers. The global rollout will begin October 15, followed by an October 16 launch in North America.