Author Archive: Jon Peddie

Dr. Jon Peddie is a recognized pioneer in the graphics industry, President of Jon Peddie Research and named one of the most influential analysts in the world. Peddie has published hundreds of papers, to date; and authored and contributed to eleven books, his most recent, "Augmented Reality, Where We All Will Live.”

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zSpace lets you see what you’re studying

zSpace lets you see what you’re studying

Physics, anatomy, and chemistry come alive.

Kicking down barriers, Nvidia has awoken the industry to ray tracing

Kicking down barriers, Nvidia has awoken the industry to ray tracing

The next great hurdle has been conquered.

Want a truck—Volvo has one for you

Want a truck—Volvo has one for you

Volvo has employed the latest tech to give max choices.

Innovative laptops shown at Computex

Innovative laptops shown at Computex

Design initiatives propel industry.

Intel at Computex

Intel at Computex

An abundance of new things

nreal AR glasses are very real

nreal AR glasses are very real

Bright, good FOV, reasonable price.

Varjo’s XR-1 mixed reality headset

Varjo’s XR-1 mixed reality headset

Varjo is the first one to get MR right.

AMD and Samsung announce GPU strategic partnership

AMD and Samsung announce GPU strategic partnership

Samsung to integrate custom AMD Radeon graphics IP into future SoCs for mobile applications.

Boulder Graphics’ latest Super D brings fast, lightweight recursive subdivision to Rhino

Boulder Graphics’ latest Super D brings fast, lightweight recursive subdivision to Rhino

Employs recursive subdivision for superior surfaces. Boulder Graphics has just released a version of their super-fast, and small (SW) footprint recursive subdivision (SubD) interface, SuperD for Rhino3D version 6, which is a 3D modeler for conceptual design. The plug-in employs the popular recursive subdivision (SubD) interface and produces smoother and more organic surfaces. There are […]

W stands for workstation

W stands for workstation

Intel has built a special processor just for workstations.