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JPR at SIGGRAPH

July 19th 2016

In addition to our annual Luncheon "Games Engines Rising" on Wednesday July 27th at the Hilton Dr. Peddie will be hosting a panel Rendering in 2016 and Beyond – the tools changing the trade on Tuesday, July 26 11:30 am - 12: 30 pm Convention Center, Room 213D and will be on the panel A Vision for Computer Vision: Emerging Technologies, Tuesday, 26 July, 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm, Anaheim Convention Center, Room 303 A-C. Please follow the links for details on the JPR luncheon and Siggraph panels.

Could 2016 be the make or break year for consumer VR?

Techwatch July 20th 2016

The promise of so many things this year The subject of VR is getting more air time than the U.S. political can­didates, which in itself isn’t a bad thing. Google is going to build a high-end VR HMD—no, wait a minute, they’re not. Steam is going to in­troduce a bunch of new VR games—hold on, are they? The Oculus Touch motion controller will be available in Q4 with the promise of a large selec­tion of compatible games— maybe. The HTC Vive may see an

Ink — I love ink

Electronic ink or electronic paper (e-paper) was developed in the 1970s by Nick Sheridon at Xerox's Palo Alto Research Center and it was called Gyricon. Its technical name is electrophoretic display meaning a display that forms visible images by rearranging charged pigment particles (i.e., powder like substances) using an Click here to read this blog entry

My CES

Behold the Consumer Electronics Show, an almost legendary annual occurrence which draws well over a hundred thousand people to Las Vegas. Being a gaming analyst the acronym CES would be more aptly defined as the Computer Entertainment Show, at least that's what I was looking for. My CES experience started Click here to read this blog entry

MacWorld — love it or love it

Every danged time I got to MacWorld I kill myself trying to get to the keynote. Okay, so I maybe I don’t give myself enough time. But it seems to be that getting on the 7:50 a.m. ferry for a 9:30 keynote, should be enough time. It’s Click here to read this blog entry

iPod Sets Man’s Pants On Fire

ATLANTA—The new iPod Nano is hot. But one Douglasville man said his old Nano got even hotter—hot enough to burst into flames. So I look down and I see flames coming up to my chest, said Danny Williams. Williams said the burn hole from the pocket of his Read the complete article

Upcoming 8800GT sighted

Follow the link for a picture Tweaktown claims to be Nvidia’s next gen offering. Some are worried that given a one slot cooling system the board will run too hot, but given the rumors of 3SLi a one slot design is a pretty obvious requirement.—CRD Read the complete article