tosJis, meaning “let’s ride” in Khmer, is a platform dreamt up by a group of eight Cambodian university students hoping to revolutionise transportation in the Kingdom.
The team was one of three winners of the recent Toyota Impact Challenge and has been on a six month incubation programme with Impact Hub, who has connected the … More
Need a audio guide when visiting Cambodia’s world-famous Angkor Archaeological Park? Dr. Dougald O’Reilly, an Associate Professor from the Australian National University (ANU), has recently released a new mobile application – Angkor Audio Tour — a virtual audio tour guide that offers users a fun and informative perspective as listeners explore the site.
Known globally as a comparison engine and a platform that provides information about 3D printers and scanners, Cambodia-based Aniwaa has announced it has ventured into virtual, augmented and mixed reality head-mounted displays (HMDs).
In its fourth edition, Cambodia’s largest and most exciting celebration of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) is back again! Together with the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport in Cambodia (MoEYS), the Cambodian Science and Engineering Festival (CSEF) will be held from 1 to 3 March at the National Stadium.