Monday, July 25th, 2016

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Enterprise Wearables at AWE

June 2016 – The enterprise marketplace is seeking new support technology that extends beyond traditional IT products. One of the products making inroads is wearables. The wearable products include but are not limited to just AR solutions, but include other devices. The AR marketplace has been focused on the creation of high quality augmented reality content that has been created from actual video.... [Read more]


Enterprise AR at AWE

June 2016 – At Augmented World Expo, the Enterprise AR session addressed some of the practical issues to adopting the new technology and bringing it into the enterprise as part of the IT flow. Augmented Reality is currently being adopted and developed for the commercial enterprise space as both an advanced visualization system and as a general information display platform. However adoption on a... [Read more]


AWE bring wearables to the AR/VR show

June 2016 – This year’s Augmented World Expo focused on the realization in the market. Conference founder Ori Inbar and member of SuperVentures VC explained that both AR & VR are in production, and more importantly, there is content and applications to used and viewed with the hardware. One of the major advancements in the past year was the AR marketplace and its penetration into the industrial... [Read more]


Evonexus panel discusses streaming video by Peter McGuinness

June 2016 – In San Diego, CA the Evonexus Digital Media SIG hosted a distinguished panel of experts comprising David J. Mowrey, VP of Product Management at Clearleap, Steve Adler, CTO of MyTVStudio and Jamie Howard former CEO of Imagine Communications, to discuss the current and emerging technical and business challenges of delivering high quality streaming video. Moderated by Devang Thakkar of DCM... [Read more]


IoT in the Connected Home

May 2016 – One of the challenges of the smart home and the incorporation of IoT into that home, is the mitigation of risk to benefit. In the past, adoption of these technologies, such as alarm systems, motion detectors, high security door locks, were brought to the mainstream in association with insurance subsidies. These subsidies help create a ROI time table for the product that brings more than... [Read more]


What does Interoperability mean for the smart home?

May 2016 – One of the big issues for the Smart Home was addressed at the Parks Associates Connections Conference. What does interoperability mean for the smart home, and how will it enter the market? The panel discussion consisted of software, cloud, hardware and device providers focusing on a number of issues. One of the major points was that there is no dominant wireless technology that would... [Read more]


Intel Unite Transforms the Meeting Room

June 2016 – A number of the Intel employees were challenged at being in locations where file collaboration and secure communication became a problem when in offsite locations, traveling, and even in a diversity of buildings in their own company. The system has a standard dedicated PC running Windows 7,8,or 10 that is just a core box, no display or keyboard, that is network connected and has the... [Read more]


Quantum Dots drive display color at SID

May 2016 – As LCD FPD are being challenged by OLED and AMOLED, the technology is seeking solutions to keep their manufacturing cost advantage and increase performance. One of the areas of performance increase is in the area of color space addressed. Nanosys is a long time leader in quantum dot technology, several years ago they partnered with 3M to create a new color film as part of the lamination... [Read more]


Category Design at the Churchill Club by Chris Graham

June 2016 - What does Birdseye Frozen Foods, Five Hour Energy and Netflicks have in common? They are all examples of successful application of the concepts now described as part of the discipline of Category Design. This discipline was the topic of discussion during the June 21st Open Forum Event hosted by the Churchill Club at the Rosewood Hotel. The presentation, titled “Category Design: How... [Read more]


Microsoft discusses Hololens at SID

May 2016 – Microsoft give one of the opening conference keynotes at this year’s SID Display Week conference. The focus of the talk was on the Disruptive Evolution of Computers through the Introduction of New Interactive Technologies. This long title translates to having compute resources becoming disruptive in changing daily activity because of the introduction and development of new displays... [Read more]