Imagine a stadium with obstacles, challenges and head to head competition, not with cars or trucks, but with giant, human piloted mechs. The ultimate union of pilot and machine, pushing the limits of technology, and human performance. This is the sport of the future. This is the exo-bionic racing league.
The Walrus is a national general interest magazine about Canada and its place in the world. Not only did Pax partner with The Walrus to develop and deploy two redesigns, we also developed a customized machine learning path analysis backbone.
SIX: A SMART SIGNAL LIGHT
SIX is a gesture-controlled signal system for bikes. It publishes its data to the web and is configurable from a an android app. It communicates through Bluetooth to a lighted, flashing unit mounted on your bike or backpack.
KEEP YOUR SIX.
iHeart radio and Pax partnered to develop and deploy Ask Anything; a platform that connect audiences with stars such as Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez with radio shows. A key feature of this project is recommendation of questions and radio shows to current users.
Imagine a video game that combines all the fun of an arcade shooter, with the latest reinforcement learning (RL) research. Ship Rogue-Like is a space shooter that puts the player at the help of an ever learning fleet of robots, all trained using RL tech developed at the University of Toronto Institute for Aerospace Studies.
This project is generously supported by the Ontario Media Development Cooperation.
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