Author Archive: Kathleen Maher
Kathleen is the editor-in-chief of GraphicSpeak and a senior analyst at Jon Peddie Research. She has been writing about design, movies, music, art, and technology for almost all of her working life.
Integrated products for reality capture Bentley Systems is building a significant ecosystem around its ContextCapture products. Over the past two years, Bentley has been showing the building blocks of its reality capture system, which it has been building since its acquisition of Acute3D in 2015. The company has announced partnerships with Siemens and drone maker […]
The future is already here, it’s just not evenly distributed. – William Gibson The fortunes of the Laval Virtual conference are reflecting the interests in its headline technologies Virtual Reality, Augment Reality, and whatever lies in between. It’s booming. Last year the conference held in Laval, France, an easy train ride south west of Paris, […]
A bit of AI and a few data points get you an avatar for clothes shopping. One day we will all go and get our bodies scanned and then we can try on clothes in the privacy of our own homes. The first time I published an article on this subject was in the mid-nineties. […]
Dassault ‘s 3D Experience Lab is designed to help build new design and manufacture ecosystems from the ground up using start-up power.
WorldViz CEO Andrew Beall predicts industrial use will drive adoption of VR in 2018.
Bentley and drone manufacturer DJI team up to add value to DJI’s products.
Nemetschek’s acquisition of dRofus enables cloud-based data management and furthers the already close relationship between the companies. As a data management and BIM collaboration tool, dRofus supports products from Nemetschek including Graphisoft, Vectorworks, and Solibri and also supports leading BIM tools such as Revit and ArchiCAD. It enables integrated communication and bidirectional synchronization between dRofus […]
Adobe Max is probably the most glittery tech conference of them all. Every year, Adobe showcases new tools, new technology, and highlights the creativity of its customers.