One of the most profound industry developments of 2017 wasn't the introduction of face-scanning security features, Animojis, or the co-creator of Android releasing his own phone. Instead, it was Apple's relatively quiet announcement in April that, going forward, it would be ditching Imagination Technologies' reference hardware it had been licensing in favor of its own in-house designed graphics chips.

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These days, 3D animation is everywhere, be it in movies, games, commercials, and architecture. This conveys the bare truth that modern businesses consider 3D as an effective tool for digital marketing. Regardless of the 3D requirement in front of you, whether it will be modeling a product or creating blockbuster special effects, your 3D content should be effective enough to engage the audience. Similarly, your product has to reach the market on time because today’s businesses world...3D animation battlefield scene

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For those planning to create an animated movie, 3D game, or intuitive UI/UX, one of the first decisions that must be made is choosing a toolset. Different kinds of assets require different kinds of applications. There are many tools you can use to bring your ideas to life with colors, textures, and fluid movement. But how do you know which software suite best suits your needs? In this blog post, we'll examine some of the most widely used tools utilized by 3D animation companies today.Blender 3D Computer graphics software

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If you were looking for a pure and distinct contrast to Apple's iPhone X launch event last month, you didn't have to look any further than today's Google's Pixel 2 event. Hardware announcements came fast and furious, with Google announcing a myriad of new iterations of their hardware, as well as several wholly new products. While there was a lot to digest throughout the event, we've put together five critical takeaways from today's announcements.Google Pixel 2 Phone

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As the greater software industry pivots towards offering software-as-a-service products, it is relying on a diverse set of tools, support software, and hardware. When you're in the business of serving hundreds of thousands of users and storing petabytes of data, you need to understand the kinds of software and hardware that support your service. In this article, we'll explore several of the critical technologies that allow SaaS providers to bring their services to the public, and...

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