Entries for March 2019

Why Would Anyone Want to Program and Control IoT in Virtual Reality?
Autodesk Research and the University of Manitoba team up to create programmable IoT prototypes using...
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Unreal Studio Powers Photorealistic VR and AR for Product Design Teams
Designers, engineers and customers can engage with immersive photorealistic 3D models that import fr...
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Speedster Coming to Life with VR, AI and One-of-a-Kind 3D Printer
Hackrod takes full advantage of Siemens' technology in design and manufacturing of its latest vehicl...
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5 Things to Remember When Arguing for VR Implementation in Product Design
Plus: The reasons why an ROI for implementing a VR system for product design remain elusive.
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Open XR: A Call for Standardization
OpenXR is a royalty-free standard for cross-platform VR and AR development. It’s backed by many of t...
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The Military-Technological Complex: How the US Army Works With the Civilian Tech Industry
Microsoft's US Army deal has been getting a lot of press—and a lot of heat. But it’s hardly unique.
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A Quick Look at the HTC Vive Focus Plus
New features in HTC Vive Plus, an answer to competitor Oculus, which is owned by Facebook
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PTC and ANSYS Bring Real-time Simulation and AR to Design Engineers
Creo Simulation Live could shorten product design lifecycles by giving instant analysis of decisions...
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