Will 3D come to cars before autonomous driving? Continental aims to revolutionize the way displays are configured in automotive vehicles. The automotive OEM technology company is developing an unusual cockpit solution, the Natural 3D Lightfield Instrument Cluster, in cooperation with Silicon Valley company Leia. The new design … [Read more...] about 3D dashboard: will it help or distract?
Going places in a headset. Finnish-based Varjo has added realtime chroma-keying and object tracking to its XR-1 Developer Edition headset. Chroma-keying, also known as green-screening, has been used extensively in film making and broadcasting. Varjo has added that capability to its toolkit and is claiming to be the first company to do so for mixed reality devices. With … [Read more...] about Varjo adds chroma-keying for realtime AR
An easy rendering tool designed for AEC gets advanced features. Visualization is an important tool for architects, so important that it has traditionally been sent off to specialists, which can be an inconvenience for fast changes and quick updates. Twinmotion, by Epic, is being developed as an easy-to-use content creation tool that produces high-quality … [Read more...] about Twinmotion sees new milestones
Nvidia reports $3.1 billion in sales, $950 million profit, up 6% from last quarter. The real message is that Nvidia is successfully pivoting to the data center. Nvidia reported revenue from all platforms up for the quarter and beat Wall Street’s expectations. The company’s GPU business revenue was $2.7 billion, up 8% from last quarter, and up 40% from last year. The … [Read more...] about Nvidia’s Q4 FY20 results
Years in the making, GeForce Now, Nvidia's streaming game service, has come out of its trial period and is open for business at about $5.00 a month. The "new" platform is the result of Nvidia's decade long development of grid computing, console-like gaming devices, and remote computing but GeForce Now stays true to the PC gamers' heart. Nvidia has officially … [Read more...] about GeForce Now goes live … now