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.

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CAD users look ahead

CAD users look ahead

Business Advantage (BA) has been measuring the CAD market since 1992. The company conducts surveys worldwide on a custom basis. The group also conducts a regular trends survey to help them keep an eye on the interests of CAD users and promote their services. BA’s trend surveys have also proved to be a valuable weathervane […]

By March 21, 2019 Read More →
Epic’s new adventures revealed at GDC

Epic’s new adventures revealed at GDC

In addition to billions of dollars added to their bottom line, the success of Fornite has given Unreal the ability to scale up its ambitions.

CorelDraw 2019 goes multi-platform

CorelDraw 2019 goes multi-platform

As Corel settles into an annual cadence, 2019 update brings CorelDraw to the Mac as well as Windows and introduces new mobile tools.

MakerBot makes a comeback: intros “Method” printer

MakerBot makes a comeback: intros “Method” printer

New printer offers an entry-level alternative for professional use.

Epic builds out its portfolio

Epic builds out its portfolio

Acquisitions over the last year add cloud power, scripting, back end management, and virtual production.

Glassbox Technologies: virtual production tools

Glassbox Technologies: virtual production tools

Startup hopes to replace

Corel releases CorelCAD 2019

Corel releases CorelCAD 2019

Clone CADs are finding their space in a post-AutoCAD world. CorelCAD has a strong audience in the base of users working with CorelDraw

Bentley Systems introduces Synchro XR for AEC digital twins

Bentley Systems introduces Synchro XR for AEC digital twins

Ongoing partnership between Bentley and Microsoft blossoms with Hololens 2.

Keeping the legacy alive: EVGA’s GTX 1660 Ti extends Nvidia’s legacy

Keeping the legacy alive: EVGA’s GTX 1660 Ti extends Nvidia’s legacy

JPR tests EVGA’s new gaming board with Nvidia’s GTX 1660 Ti. It’s got the performance, and it’s got the price. Full review at JonPeddie.com.

KeyShot at SWW19

KeyShot at SWW19

Improved integration with SolidWorks and other CAD programs; support for motion studies.

By February 25, 2019 Read More →