Hardware

AMD brings Threadripper and new Vega boards to IBC for rendering, VFX, and video

AMD brings Threadripper and new Vega boards to IBC for rendering, VFX, and video

At IBC, digitalization is a done deal and 4K becoming the norm; 8K is coming in with new screens, cameras, transmission systems, CODECS, and lenses all built to satisfy increasing demand. UHD is at home in living rooms around the world and the discussion now is around HDR. All of that adds to the heavy […]

By September 28, 2018 Read More →
It’s come to this; flying billboards

It’s come to this; flying billboards

Today, we’re more likely to measure the progress of humanity by Blade Runner rather than biblical omens, plagues, locusts, etc. Even though we have plenty of that going on as well. By the Blade Runner scale, we’re hurtling towards the abyss. Japanese communications giant, NTT Docomo showed off a wealth of technology at the International […]

By September 20, 2018 0 Comments Read More →
HP’s Sprout blossom: the Z3D camera

HP’s Sprout blossom: the Z3D camera

Add on camera simplifies the proposition of 3D capture for a larger customer base.

By September 20, 2018 0 Comments Read More →

Digital Reality

Startup Ludenso unveils MagiMask for mobile AR

Startup Ludenso unveils MagiMask for mobile AR

Low-cost mobile AR for developers, content creators, and tech enthusiasts.

By October 16, 2018 Read More →
Imerso’s browser-based 3D scanner and BIM management tool

Imerso’s browser-based 3D scanner and BIM management tool

Imerso allows for the scanning and monitoring of a building site through your web browser.

By October 3, 2018 Read More →
Robots to go, courtesy of Ai Build

Robots to go, courtesy of Ai Build

Ai Build teams with Kuka to deliver the Factory as a Service.

By September 26, 2018 Read More →

MFG & PLM

Robots to go, courtesy of Ai Build

Robots to go, courtesy of Ai Build

Ai Build teams with Kuka to deliver the Factory as a Service.

By September 26, 2018 Read More →
Dassault wants to be everything to its customers

Dassault wants to be everything to its customers

… but especially, it wants to be a platform.

By July 30, 2018 Read More →
Xometry enjoys a growth spurt

Xometry enjoys a growth spurt

Cloud-based manufacturing services company Xometry acquires MakeTime and raises more money.

DCC

Startup Ludenso unveils MagiMask for mobile AR

Startup Ludenso unveils MagiMask for mobile AR

Low-cost mobile AR for developers, content creators, and tech enthusiasts.

By October 16, 2018 Read More →
Faceware launches mocap sync software in Closed Beta

Faceware launches mocap sync software in Closed Beta

Shepherd will simplify a motion capture shoot and provide operators with more on-set control of recording devices.

By October 11, 2018 Read More →
KeyShot  8 adds image styles, cutaways, geometry nodes, scattering media support

KeyShot 8 adds image styles, cutaways, geometry nodes, scattering media support

Luxion has released version 8 of KeyShot, its popular 3D rendering and animation software. In addition to new features and updates, KeyShot 8 is focusing on five areas—materials and volume, lighting and optics, advanced geometry, image and output, and collaboration. KeyShot 8 adds advanced technology and features such as displacement mapping, materials with embedded flakes […]

By October 5, 2018 Read More →

BIZ

Nvidia’s Q2 FY19 results

Nvidia’s Q2 FY19 results

$3.12 billion in sales, $1.1 billion profit-down 12% from last quarter.

By September 19, 2018 0 Comments Read More →
Intel Q2 2018 results

Intel Q2 2018 results

Revenue for the quarter was 15% from last quarter to $17 billion, GAAP profit was $5 billion, sales and profit up from last quarter.

By August 9, 2018 Read More →
AMD Q2 2018 results

AMD Q2 2018 results

Best quarter in seven years, $1.76 billion in sales, $116 million GAAP profit for the quarter, sales and, profit up from last quarter.

By August 9, 2018 Read More →