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zSpace: to boldly go where no 3D VR/AR education tool has gone before.

zSpace: to boldly go where no 3D VR/AR education tool has gone before.

HP has made a practical VR/AR tool for educators, scientists, and other professionals that need high fidelity simulated interactions with computer-generated models. They call it the Zyr display, which incorporates four cameras for head-tracking, a fully gyroscopic stylus that allows for both precise pointing and true 3D manipulation of objects, and a 3D display that uses special glasses. To top that off they have also created a software called Zview for sharing Zyr 3D content. Now a startup by the name of zSpace, which is a leading-edge technology provider that is delivering a new way of learning focused on STEM education, medical instruction, corporate training and research, zSpace inspires and accelerates understanding through immersive exploration. zSpace (jobs at zSpace) is a privately held, venture backed company located in Sunnyvale, CA, and has filed more than 30 patents for its innovative technologies. When you put on the glasses, images appear in 3-D. Cameras on the screen track the user’s head movement, letting them move closer to get a better view of objects. The stylus lets users pick up things and see them from every angle. The result is an experience that feels natural, and precise enough that it could be a learning tool…

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Get the Marketing job you want with these key facts.

Get the Marketing job you want with these key facts.

How many of you have graduated with a B.S. in marketing so you could go out and plan promotional campaigns, study consumer behavior and buy media time – things you learned in college? Then to finally get that job interview and be asked “how good are you at selling”, and think back that sales training was never part of the curriculum. Well don’t feel bad because a good number of colleges focus only on traditional marketing theories which don’t tend to see much light of day until you’ve been in the game long enough and sure as hell not in your first entry level job. According to statisticians, college placement officers and company recruiters over 25,000 students earned an undergraduate degree in marketing last year. Roughly 5 people of that massive total actually got a job doing marketing. The reason being companies don’t tend to hire marketers without sales experience. Doing sales is how you acquire the street cred for a job in marketing. Companies have historically staffed their marketing departments with experienced salespeople. Advice from a GE recruiter. “Any internships or actual sales experience you can gain during school will give you an edge.” The problem is sales and…

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Will Robots report the News and make Data journalism a thing of the Past?

Will Robots report the News and make Data journalist a thing of the past?

The only constant is that journalism has to re-invent itself. With technological outlets oozing into everyday culture, the way we get what’s happening out in the real-world is changing and it appears the new word on the streets is Data Journalism. Data is king, and we have become like machines who only acknowledge the values of numbers and statistics. More data; less social science based investigations and storytelling, towards data collecting, analysis and publishing based on code, algorithms and software from the computer sciences? Don’t worry just yet journalism is still all about storytelling, but the stories are being told from newer more scientifically integrated methods. Start-ups are most definitely trying to create a market position for data journalism. Perhaps in the future coders will be taking over the newsroom. It is amazing how quickly feeds from drones were implemented as a reporting tool. Right now we have programs that can be instructed to create rudimentary stories and rewrite them a myriad number of ways. Arduinos have allowed a number of individuals to create custom sensors that can be applied in the field for sensor-based journalism, where you can catalogue real world environmental data. You can capture anything from water…

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On-Demand Manufacturing, MakeTime Inc. coming to a planet near you!

On-Demand Manufacturing, MakeTime Inc. coming to a planet near you!

On-Demand Manufacturing to the rescue! Almost 500 manufactures have recently signed up as a purchaser or vendor of machine time. What does this mean? It means that thanks to a company a little more than half a year old, companies in need of manufacturing (computer-programmed machinery) services can be aligned with companies that have idle machines ready to be used. The company is called MakeTime Inc. Buyers and sellers on MakeTime upload project specifications that would need CNC machines—typically lathes, drills, laser-jet and other machines used to forge products out of metal, wood or other materials—via computer programs designed to meet exact manufacturing specs. An example would be, if you needed 1000 industrial components you created in CAD/CAM (jobs for CAD/CAM) and wanted them at the end of the month; post it on MakeTime.io and receive price bids from multiple companies with available machines. When you pick someone you like and a price is agreed upon for the project, you’ll pay MakeTime. When this happens they’ll pay the manufacturer half upfront and then the remaining minus MakeTime’s %15 percent cut once you approve the job was completed to your satisfaction. MakeTime has a vetting system in place for determining the…

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Pay-Per-Face, the Next Wave of Targeted Advertising Analysis

Pay-Per-Face, the Next Wave of Targeted Advertising Analysis

What is “pay-per-face” or “pay-per-look”? Well it’s a way for advertisers to charge you for very specific and targeted views of content. Miami-based AdMobilize (jobs at AdMobilize), is expanding its concept of “Google Analytics for the real world.” The company has released a second version of its AdBeacon device and accompanying software. This is after testing the previous version in 30 companies over nine countries. They’ve recently announced an acquisition of a new $1.6 million in funding. CEO and founder Rodolfo Saccoman says the small device now has GPS, a 5-megapixel camera, a Linux computer board, and “advanced facial detection.” The AdBeacon is a detector of real-world customers. You put the device on the wall or counter top close to a digital billboard or display ad, and set it to Wi-Fi for access. On your desktop, you or a store manager can scrutinize what’s happening the same way you would when looking at web analytics for a website. You want to find out why visitors/customers do what they do, who they are, and what they may prefer. For instance, you may want to know why one side of a store aisle gets more customers than another, or how many people have…

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