Using innovative technology, one college campus has found a way to make reading a more than 100-year-old novel new again. A Lone Star College-University Park professor, teaching a literature course in which students were reading Dracula, made a replica of the vampire’s castle with a 3D printer.

Then, the students could tour his lair by way of virtual reality. This happened in the college’s Innovation Room, which launched last spring but has recently added nine 3D printers and an Internet of Things station to its fleet of advanced technology devices and software.

Nucleus represents the synthesis of futurism and a human-centered mindset. It takes the Icona Neo Concept one step further by reconsidering the very way that we use a vehicle.

Neo introduced us to tomorrow, Nucleus will introduce us to after-tomorrow. The Icona Nucleus embodies Icona’s vision for the future of mobility.

First seen in 2015, the #icona Neo concept demonstrated a very tangible tomorrow for the electric vehicle. With its fully autonomous driving level ve, the Nucleus jumps two generations ahead. Read more from chron.com…

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