Visual Computing


Links Week Commencing 12th July 2021

by Bob Raikes

Every week we see some articles that don’t really need comment or are just plain interesting. Here are a few from the first part of this week. Unreal:The VFX Revolution (If you are interested …

Tags:Asus| Augmented Reality| Cinema| Environment| LG Displays (LGD)| MEA (Middle East & Africa)| Samsung| Semiconductors| Smartphones| Testing| Visual Computing

ILM Explains Stagecraft Virtual Production Tools

by Bob Raikes

What They Say Industrial Light & Magic released a video showing how its Stagecraft virtual production technology was used on the Mandalorian Season Two to accelerate and more accurately control production. The system relies …

Tags:Cinema| Small Pixel Pitch LED SPP| Visual Computing

Deep Learning Enables Real-Time 3D Holograms On a Smartphone

by Bob Raikes

What They Say IEEE Spectrum published an article about a new AI-based technique that has been developed to generate 3D holograms with very limited processing compared to conventional methods. The full material from the …

Tags:Augmented Reality| Holographic Displays| Mixed Reality| Virtual Reality| Visual Computing

Digital Humans are Closer Than You Think

by Chris Chinnock

Well, they are closer than I thought anyway. In talking to possible presenters for the upcoming Light Field and Holographic Display Summit, I was speaking with Digital Domain’s John Canning, who pointed me to …

Tags:Holographic Displays| Light Field Displays| Visual Computing

Advent of the Qbit (Quantum Bit) at CES

by Steve Sechrist

Ok we are officially off topic and hopefully not pushing the bounds of DD publisher, Bob Raikes beyond his tolerance for non-display coverage… That said, for me the most compelling and yes perhaps long …

Tags:CES 2018| IBM| Visual Computing| Vol 25 - Issue 03

Visual Processors and CNN-the Next Generation Supercomputer

by Isaac Oburu

Jon Peddie Research (JPR), the industry’s research and consulting firm for graphics and multimedia, today released its latest quarterly report on the Visual Processing Unit (VPU) market. VPUs are at the crossroads of image-processing, …

Tags:Jon Peddie Research (JPR)| Visual Computing

MIT Research Provides Basis for Plausible Manipulation of Objects in Video

by Norbert Hildebrand

When we see any movie today we see a wide array of special effects that are computer generated. These computer generated images are than combined with footage of real actors to create the final …

Tags:Augmented Reality| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| Visual Computing| Vol 23 - Issue 31