Cloud Computing


Sharing Ideas Improves Content Production

by Andy Marken

Growing up, our dad used to tell us, “You can’t put 10 gallons of stuff in a five-gallon bucket so sometimes, you just have to leave some stuff behind.” “You break the rules and …

Tags:Cloud Computing| Netflix| storage| Streaming Video| Super Hi-Vision (8K)

OK, Varjo, I Finally Get It!

by Bob Raikes

As I have written before, I have been somewhat sceptical of the whole Metaverse thing (I saw a headline about a ‘Metaverse hotel’ today – how bizarre is that concept?). (Metaverse – Meta and …

Tags:Augmented Reality| CAD-CAM-CAE| Cloud Computing| Mixed Reality| The Metaverse

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Microsoft Mesh is Revealed at Ignite

by Bob Raikes

What They Say Microsoft has announced its Mesh XR platform during its Ignite developer conference, based on its Azure platform. The app is designed as a shared platform for Microsoft’s AR HoloLens platform, Windows …

Tags:Augmented Reality| Cloud Computing| Mixed Reality| Virtual Reality

Driving K12 Innovation: Tech Enablers

by Len Scrogan

The 2019 K12 Driving Innovation: Tech Enablers report, after multiple rounds of Delphi-like voting by expert panelists, has a lot to say about innovation-enabling factors specific to the educational marketplace. According to the report, …

Tags:Analytics & Tools| Cloud Computing| Editor| Education| Virtual Reality

Vivitek Introduces NovoDS Cloud

by Bob Raikes

Vivitek has introduced its own cloud-based software called NovoDS Cloud and intended to support digital signage as a content management service. The service is available at a cost of €178.50 per device for a …

Tags:Cloud Computing| Digital Signage| Large Display Monitor| Vivitek| Vol 25 - Issue 34

JPR Looks at the Industry, the Cloud and Gives Awards and Prizes

by Bob Raikes

Jon Peddie Research held its annual Siggraph Press lunch and we went along. Peddie himself opened the proceedings by giving a very brief outline of the development of the CG market, which is doing …

Tags:Cloud Computing| Graphics Software| Jon Peddie Research (JPR)| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| Nvidia| Siggraph 2018| Vol 25 - Issue 32

Google’s Gen 3 AI Goes Mainstream – Almost

by Steve Sechrist

In case you missed it, your G-Mail, Photo’s and other apps are about to change in some very interesting ways, and that’s just the tip of the iceberg of what empowered AI programming can …

Tags:AI & Machine Learning| Augmented Reality| Cloud Computing| Content Creation| Google| Virtual Reality| Vol 25 - Issue 19

Lensless Flat 3D Camera Needs A Lot of Computing

by Matthew Brennesholtz

One of my Display Daily’s last fall was titled “Ultra-Thin Cameras for Thinner Smartphones.” Those ultra-thin cameras were mostly based on computational photography, where the raw data from the image sensor requires serious computation …

Tags:5G| Cameras| Cloud Computing| Digital Photography| Light Field Cameras| Nvidia| Vol 25 - Issue 11

Acer Wants to Boost its Share in MEA Enterprise Notebook Market

by Andrew Fenn

Acer will make a concerted effort to increase its presence in the Middle East and Africa enterprise notebook market during 2018, according to Digitimes. Citing comments from country manager Paul Collins, the publication revealed …

Tags:Acer| Cloud Computing| Large Display Monitor| MEA (Middle East & Africa)| Mobile Display Monitor| Notebooks| Vol 25 - Issue 10

IHS Markit Names Its Big 8 Transformative Technologies for 2018

by Andrew Fenn

IHS Markit has named its “Big 8”, eight transformative technologies it thinks we need to be watching in 2018. Artificial Intelligence (AI) — “Industry experts are abuzz with innovations in autonomous vehicles, infotainment, natural …

Tags:Big Data/AI| Cloud Computing| Computer Vision| Internet of Things IOT| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| Streaming Video| Vol 25 - Issue 02

MoIP: Coming to a Cloud Near You

by Matthew Brennesholtz

Media over IP (MoIP) has made impressive strides forward recently. One sign of this progress is the publication of “NABA Media over IP Sub-Committee: Report to the NABA-TC” by the North American Broadcasters Association …

Tags:Broadcast| Cloud Computing| Large Display Monitor| Video over IP (VIP)| Vol 24 - Issue 40

Embed Signage Becomes Google Chrome OS Partner

by Alan Spencer

Embed Signage from the UK is now a certified partner that can offer digital signage software under the Google Cloud Chrome OS. Embed Signage’s software, not only supports the Chrome OS, but also iOS, …

Tags:Cloud Computing| Digital Signage| Large Display Monitor| Vol 24 - Issue 13