Landon Cox, of Duke University, worked to develop a technique that delivers video games’ graphics and gameplay on par with conventional cloud-gaming setups – for a fraction of the bandwidth.:
Landon Cox, of Duke University, worked to develop a technique that delivers video games’ graphics and gameplay on par with conventional cloud-gaming setups – for a fraction of the bandwidth.: Les Todd Duke Photography
Landon Cox, of Duke University, worked to develop a technique that delivers video games’ graphics and gameplay on par with conventional cloud-gaming setups – for a fraction of the bandwidth.: Les Todd Duke Photography

Science Briefs: New technique may cut gigabyte guzzling for video games

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