AI-powered LucidPix 3D photo app launches after a million beta downloads

Venture Beast

LucidPix has officially launched on iOS and Android as a 3D photo app after hitting a million downloads during its beta period. Read More.

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3D Printing: What should CIOs do?

CIO Dashboard

Innovation initiatives and interest in 3D printing are at an all-time high. In our recent analysis we forecast that 3D printing will change the game when it pivots from prototyping to producing finished products or product components. Technology Innovation 3D printing CIO cios

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I Miss the Nintendo Virtual Boy

Gizmodo

But the Virtual Boy was one of the company’s biggest flops, delivering a disappointing 3D experience that left gamers seeing red: literally. i miss nintendo video games consoles gaming virtual boy gadgets tech consumer tech

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Are CIOs Ready To Enter The World Of 3D Printed Metal Objects?

The Accidental Successful CIO

As companies start to print 3D metal objects, the CIO is going to be involved Image Credit: gillyan9. What Is 3D Metal Printing. I’m hoping that we are all familiar with so-called “3D printing” by now. All of this changes when you introduce 3D metal printing.

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Intel Micron 3D XPoint Evolving

Storage IO Blog

Intel Micron 3D XPoint Evolving Intel Micron 3D XPoint Evolving Major memory classes or categories timeline (Image via Intel and Micron) Co-Creators of 3D XPoint the next generation of non-volatile memory (NVM) also known as storage class memory (SCM) or Persistent Memory (PMEM) have announced they will complete joint development of second-generation technology, then pursue […] The post Intel Micron 3D XPoint Evolving appeared first on StorageIOblog.

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Interactive 3D Tour – the effect of full presence!

Galido

Active introduction of 3D technologies into commercial sphere can allow achieving great success. One of the unique, effective and efficient tools is interactive 3D tours. 3D tour is created using Unreal engine or Lumion technology.

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Is 3D TV dangerous?

Trends in the Living Networks

He was on interviewed on the 7pm Project last night about the dangers of 3D TV ( see the video here ) so we chatted about that. Mark has been involved in 3D for close to two decades, most famously in creating Virtual Reality Modelling Language (VRML), and before that helping Sega to develop a head-mounted display in the 1990s. This is why the 3D of films doesn't feel quite right. So it seems that the 3D TV manufacturers think there's an issue here.

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AmazeVR debuts COVID-era concert platform for VR or in-person viewing

Venture Beast

If you've been missing live concerts since the COVID-19 pandemic began, AmazeVR has a 3D experience that you can enjoy in small groups or at home. AR/VR Marketing Media Mobile category-/Arts & Entertainment category-/Computers & Electronics concerts Covid-19 virtual concerts VR

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Intel and Micron unveil new 3D XPoint Non Volatie Memory (NVM) for servers and storage

Storage IO Blog

In a webcast the other day, Intel and Micron announced new 3D XPoint non-volatile memory (NVM) that can be used for both primary main memory (e.g. Note that this announcement while having the common term 3D in it is different from the earlier Intel and Micron announcement about 3D NAND flash (read more about that here).

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Virtual Reality Operating Simulators: Gamification in Training Surgeons

CTOvision

To make the simulators possible, researchers make virtual maps of the brain, the thorax and other areas of the body. The maps are presented in 3D representation. The areas that the simulations work best at teaching are eye-hand coordination and the ability to translate the 2D representations into 3D virtual operating “worlds.”. That gives them a huge advantage when it comes to entering the virtual worlds of the operating simulators. Brigg Patten.

Part II – Intel and Micron new 3D XPoint server and storage NVM

Storage IO Blog

3D XPoint is not NAND flash, it is also not NVRAM or DRAM, it’s a new class of NVM that can be used for server class main memory with persistency, or as persistent data storage among other uses (cell phones, automobiles, appliances and other electronics). In addition, 3D XPoint is more durable with a longer useful life for writing and storing data vs. NAND flash.

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Part III – 3D XPoint new server storage memory from Intel and Micron

Storage IO Blog

The initial die or basic chip building block 3D XPoint implementation is a layer 128 Gbit device which if using 8 bits would yield 16GB raw. big data Cloud converged database I/O Networking IT Industry Activity IT Infrastructure Topics little data object storage Performance and Capacity perspective post Power and Cooling server ssd Storage and Storage Management Tools Storage Architecture and Access tools virtualization 3D XPoint dimm dram memory nand flash NVM NVMe SSD storage

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Announcing Windows Server Summit Virtual Online Event

Storage IO Blog

Announcing Windows Server Summit Virtual Online Event Announcing Windows Server Summit Virtual Online Event Microsoft will be hosting a free (no registration required) half day virtual (e.g. online) Windows Server Summit Virtual Online Event June 26, 2018 starting at 9AM PT.

Google Invites Us To "Daydream" In Virtual Reality

Forrester IT

Importantly, the controller is aware of where it is in 3D space, allowing users to interact more richly with their controller than, say, an unseen controller. At Google I/O today, the company announced a new mobile-centric VR offering called Daydream. The nicely-named Daydream VR offering builds off of a mobile device platform, much as the Samsung Gear VR add-on device does for Samsung S7 smartphones. Daydream combines three elements: Android N smartphones optimized for VR.

Researchers create 3D faces from online photos to defeat face authentication systems

Network World

It wouldn’t matter if those pictures of you are low quality or there were as few as three publicly available photos of you, researchers from the University of North Carolina have developed a virtual reality-based attack that can reproduce your face well enough to trick face authentication systems. Security researchers continue to find ways around biometric-based security features, including a new attack which can defeat face authentication systems.

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CTOvision Readers Authorized Free Access to Udemy’s V-Ray Course

CTOvision

Autodesk 3ds Max (formerly 3D Studio Max) is a professional 3D computer graphics program for making 3D animations, models, games and images. V-Ray is a 3D rendering engine that provides fast creation and rendering solutions for CGI, 3D animation and virtual reality.

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Top 10 Trends in Digital Commerce

CEB IT

Visual commerce technology spans 360-degree video, 2D and 3D configuration, visual search, augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR). Examples of AI in digital commerce range from product recommendation, content personalization, fraud detection, price optimization and virtual assistants to image search and categorization and customer segmentation. Much has changed since the first products were sold online in the 1990s.

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Cloud Ready Data Protection for Hybrid Data Centers Are In Your Future

Storage IO Blog

Cloud Ready Data Protection for Hybrid Data Centers Are In Your Future Join me for a free webinar Cloud Ready Data Protection for Hybrid Data Centers and Data Infrastructures 11AM PT Thursday July 11th produced by Redmond Magazine sponsored by Quest Software.

Insider’s Guide to the New Holographic Computing

CTOvision

I’ve been blogging for years about a variety of research efforts which additively culminated in today’s announcements: HoloLens, HoloStudio for 3D holographic building, and a series of apps (e.g. That vision begins to become “virtually real” with today’s HoloLens announcement.

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Dont Stop Learning Expand Your Skills Experiences Everyday #blogtobertech

Storage IO Blog

Dont Stop Learning Expand Your Skills Experiences Everyday #blogtobertech Dont Stop Learning Expand Your Skills Experiences Everyday including moving beyond or outside our current tradecraft focus area. If you are an expert in a field or given focus area, learn something new about an area outside your expertise or comfort zone. Now if you are […] The post Dont Stop Learning Expand Your Skills Experiences Everyday #blogtobertech appeared first on StorageIOblog.

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Driving ROI with Cloud Storage Consolidation Seminars

Storage IO Blog

Driving ROI with Cloud Storage Consolidation Seminars Driving ROI with Cloud Storage Consolidation Seminars Join me in a series of in-person seminars driving ROI with cloud storage consolidation for unstructured file data. Various Data Infrastructure options from on-prem to edge to cloud and beyond These initial seminars are being held at Amazon Web Services (AWS) […]. The post Driving ROI with Cloud Storage Consolidation Seminars appeared first on StorageIOblog.

Announcing My New Book Data Infrastructure Management Insight Strategies

Storage IO Blog

Announcing My New Book Data Infrastructure Management Insight Strategies Announcing my new book Data Infrastructure Management Insight Strategies published via Auerbach/CRC Press is now available via CRC Press and Amazon.com among other global venues. My Fifth Solo Book Project – Data Infrastructure Management Data Infrastructure Management Insight Strategies (e.g. the white book) is my fifth […].

A second Second Life – new competition in virtual worlds - Trends in the Living Networks

Trends in the Living Networks

» A second Second Life – new competition in virtual worlds Ross Dawson, February 20, 2007 5:02 AM US PT Hey, how come I read about this on Scobleizer first? Second Life has established itself as the de facto leader in user-created free-form virtual worlds.

Ten tips to reduce your cloud compute storage costs #blogtobertech

Storage IO Blog

Ten tips to reduce your cloud compute storage costs #blogtobertech The following are Ten tips to reduce your cloud compute storage costs. In some cases, reducing your cloud costs means spending the same yet getting more value and resources that provide a business benefit. For example, paying the same yet upgrading to fewer, faster servers, […] The post Ten tips to reduce your cloud compute storage costs #blogtobertech appeared first on StorageIOblog.

How I saved money storing more data on aws s3 simple storage service #blogtobertech

Storage IO Blog

How I saved money storing more data on aws s3 simple storage service #blogtobertech How I saved money storing more data on aws s3 simple storage service is an example of reducing cloud costs as opposed to merely cutting cloud costs. What this means is that instead of just cutting my cloud storage costs with […] The post How I saved money storing more data on aws s3 simple storage service #blogtobertech appeared first on StorageIOblog.

Microsoft Azure Data Box Disk Test Drive Review #blogtobertech

Storage IO Blog

Microsoft Azure Data Box Test Drive #blogtobertech Microsoft Azure Data Box Test Drive is part three of four series looking at Data Box. View Part 1 Microsoft announced Azure Data Box updates, Part 2 Microsoft Azure Data Box Family, and Part 4 Microsoft Azure Data Box Disk Impressions. Getting Started The workflow for using Data […] The post Microsoft Azure Data Box Disk Test Drive Review #blogtobertech appeared first on StorageIOblog.

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If the Answer is NVMe, then what were and are the questions?

Storage IO Blog

announcement BC and DR big data Cloud Comment converged convergence I/O Networking IT Industry Activity IT Infrastructure Topics metrics object storage Performance and Capacity post server ssd Storage and Storage Management Tools Storage Architecture and Access tools virtualization 3D XPoint FC-NVMe FLASH hyper-v m.2 If NVMe is the answer, then what were and are the various questions that should be asked?

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Microsoft Azure Data Box Disk Impressions #blogtobertech

Storage IO Blog

Microsoft Azure Data Box Disk Test Drive Impressions #blogtobertech Data Box Disk Test Drive Impressions is the last of a four-post series looking at Microsoft Azure Data Box. View Part 1 Microsoft announced Azure Data Box updates, Part 2 Microsoft Azure Data Box Family, and Part 3 Microsoft Azure Data Box Disk Test Drive Review. […] The post Microsoft Azure Data Box Disk Impressions #blogtobertech appeared first on StorageIOblog.

VMware vSAN 6.6 hyper-converged (HCI) software defined data infrastructure

Storage IO Blog

VMware vSAN 6.6 hyper-converged (HCI) software defined data infrastructure In case you missed it, VMware announced vSAN v6.6 hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) software defined data infrastructure solution. This is the first of a five-part series about VMware vSAN V6.6. Part II (just the speeds feeds please) is located here, part III (reducing cost and complexity) located […] The post VMware vSAN 6.6

Next Generation Hybrid Software Defined Data Infrastructures Are In Your Future #blogtober

Storage IO Blog

Next Generation Hybrid Software Defined Data Infrastructures Are In Your Future #blogtober A few weeks ago I was invited to present a keynote at the 1st annual Minnesota VMware User Group (VMUG) Super VMUG mega event in Minneapolis titled Next Generation Hybrid Software Defined Data Infrastructures Are In Your Future (download PDF presentation here). Key […] The post Next Generation Hybrid Software Defined Data Infrastructures Are In Your Future #blogtober appeared first on StorageIOblog.

Cloud File Data Storage Consolidation and Economic Comparison Model #blogtobertech

Storage IO Blog

Cloud File Data Storage Consolidation and Economic Comparison Model #blogtobertech The following is a new Industry Trends Perspective White Paper Report titled Cloud File Data Storage Consolidation and Economic Comparison Model.

Microsoft announced Azure Data Box updates #blogtobertech

Storage IO Blog

Microsoft announced Azure Data Box updates – #blogtobertech Microsoft announced Azure Data Box is the first in a series of four posts looking at Data Box including a test drive experience. View Part 2 Microsoft Azure Data Box Family, Part 3 Microsoft Azure Data Box Disk Test Drive Review, Part 4 Microsoft Azure Data Box […] The post Microsoft announced Azure Data Box updates #blogtobertech appeared first on StorageIOblog.

Microsoft Azure Data Box Family #blogtobertech

Storage IO Blog

Microsoft Azure Data Box Family #blogtobertech Microsoft Azure Data Box Family is part two of a four-part series looking at Data Box. View Part 1 Microsoft announced Azure Data Box updates, Part 3 Microsoft Azure Data Box Disk Test Drive Review, Part 4 Microsoft Azure Data Box Disk Impressions. Microsoft Azure Data Box Overview Microsoft […] The post Microsoft Azure Data Box Family #blogtobertech appeared first on StorageIOblog.

Not Dead Yet Zombie Technology (Declared Dead yet still alive) October 2018 Update #blogtobertech

Storage IO Blog

Not Dead Yet Zombie Technology (Declared Dead yet still alive) October 2018 Update #blogtobertech Not Dead Yet Zombie Technology (Declared Dead yet still alive) October 2018 Update. Musician Phil Collins has an excellent name for his current tour Not Dead Yet which is a reminder that he is still alive and performing, at least one […] The post Not Dead Yet Zombie Technology (Declared Dead yet still alive) October 2018 Update #blogtobertech appeared first on StorageIOblog.

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Deliver Data Management Availability For Multi Cloud Environments Webinar

Storage IO Blog

Deliver Data Management Availability For Multi Cloud Environments Webinar Join me on Thursday March 14th 11AM PT when I host a webinar with topic Deliver Data Management Availability For Multi Cloud Environments. This is free webinar (will also be available for replay) sponsored by Veeam, produced by Redmond Magazine where I will be joined by […]. The post Deliver Data Management Availability For Multi Cloud Environments Webinar appeared first on StorageIOblog.

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Broadcom buying CA, Brilliant or a Brainbuster?

Storage IO Blog

Broadcom buying CA, Brilliant or a Brainbuster? Broadcom buying CA, Brilliant or a Brain buster? For some in the IT industry as well as financial markets, there is skepticism about Broadcom (formerly known as Avago) making an announcing that they are buying CA Technologies (CA) for USD 18.9 Billion (cash). For example, the Broadcom stock […] The post Broadcom buying CA, Brilliant or a Brainbuster? appeared first on StorageIOblog.

4 Tech Innovations That Are Changing Business

Galido

Virtual Reality. Businesses can use virtual reality for a variety of purposes, but one of the big ways that they can utilize VR is in training employees. 3D Printing. There are so many things that can be created with a 3D printer, like toys, machine parts, food, and medicine.

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Fall 2018 Dutch Data Infrastructure Industry Trends Decision Making Seminars

Storage IO Blog

Fall 2018 Dutch Data Infrastructure Industry Trends Decision Making Seminars Fall 2018 Dutch Data Infrastructure Industry Trends Decision Making Seminars. There is still time to register for the fall 2018 Dutch data infrastructure industry trends decision-making seminars November 27th and 28th.

Solving Application Server Storage I/O Performance Bottlenecks Webinar

Storage IO Blog

Solving Application Server Storage I/O Performance Bottlenecks Webinar Solving Application Server Storage I/O Performance Bottlenecks Webinar The best I/O is the one you do not have to do, the second best is the one with least server I/O and storage overhead along with application performance bottleneck impact. Fast applications need fast servers, storage, I/O networking […] The post Solving Application Server Storage I/O Performance Bottlenecks Webinar appeared first on StorageIOblog.

VMware vSAN V6.6 Part II (just the speeds feeds features please)

Storage IO Blog

VMware vSAN v6.6 Part II (just the speeds feeds features please) In case you missed it, VMware announced vSAN v6.6 hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) software defined data infrastructure solution. This is the second of a five-part series about VMware vSAN V6.6. View Part I here, part III (reducing cost and complexity) located here, part IV (scaling […] The post VMware vSAN V6.6 Part II (just the speeds feeds features please) appeared first on StorageIOblog.

Some popular viewed storageioblog posts during 2016

Storage IO Blog

Some of the popular posts for 2016 are perennial favorites and based on experience will probably appear on the 2017 list. However there are also several new posts that appeared in 2016 that I suspect will also appear on the 2017 version of the above list, along with new content from 2017. The post Some popular viewed storageioblog posts during 2016 appeared first on StorageIOblog.

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Use Intel Optane NVMe U.2 SFF 8639 SSD drive in PCIe slot

Storage IO Blog

announcement backup BC and DR big data Cloud converged convergence database Education I/O Networking IT Industry Activity IT Infrastructure Topics little data metrics object storage Performance and Capacity post review server ssd Storage and Storage Management Tools Storage Architecture and Access tools virtualization 3D XPoint 8639 ableconn AiC esxi fibre channel FLASH I/O iop m.2 Use NVMe U.2

AWS Snowball Edge SBE Converged Cloud Storage Appliance

Storage IO Blog

AWS Snowball Edge SBE Converged Cloud Storage Appliance AWS Snowball Edge SBE Converged Cloud Storage Appliance As part of extending their cloud platform reach, recent Amazon Web Services (AWS) announcements include AWS Snowball Edge SBE Converged Cloud Storage Appliance. Snowball Edge (SBE) has evolved from its previous focus as a data transfer, migration platform appliance […] The post AWS Snowball Edge SBE Converged Cloud Storage Appliance appeared first on StorageIOblog.