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Is Virtual Reality going to make your dreams come true?

Is Virtual Reality going to make your dreams come true?

So what has been the largest trend that we have real­ly been notic­ing the last two months at MediaJobs.com? Why it’s vir­tu­al real­i­ty media con­tent of course! So we may be on the cusp of a par­a­digm shift of engage­ment and inter­ac­tiv­i­ty that will change the world. If you thought the inter­net was already chang­ing things, imag­ine when all con­tent will invade your sens­es vir­tu­al­ly. The real world may start to pale in com­par­i­son.  What do you do when your kids are talk­ing about man­u­al­ly installing solar pan­els in the deserts of Africa or going through the stom­ach and intestines of a whale shark all while sit­ting in their school class­room? Well this could be hap­pen­ing right now some­where in the U.S. thanks to a com­pa­ny called zSpace, find out about them here. How about when you decide to go to that trade show in Salt Lake City Utah and you get to the hotel and just want to relax; per­haps you’d enjoy tak­ing a lazy vir­tu­al tour of a cozy qui­et beach in the Grand Cay­mans from the com­fort of your room. Maybe even a love­ly evening with a very appeal­ing and respon­sive Avatar. Take a look at this…

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Is the future of media a hologram, the people and Samsung think so?

Is the future of media a hologram, the people and Samsung think so?

So if you haven’t become aware, holo­grams have been appear­ing more and more of late as the tech­nol­o­gy gets refined. Holog­ra­phy or the use of holo­grams have caught the atten­tion of techies and DIY’ers. Why? The first being it uses a smart phone and it’s real­ly easy to cre­ate. I found instruc­tions of how in a wire mag­a­zine arti­cle recent­ly pub­lished; You’ll need a CD case, an x‑acto knife, graph paper, tape, and a pen—then just fol­low these steps: 1) First, use the graph paper and pen to mea­sure out a trape­zoid that is one cen­time­ter at the top, six cen­time­ters on the bot­tom, and 3.5 cen­time­ters at the sides. 2) Then using that trape­zoid and the x‑acto knife, cut out four iden­ti­cal trepe­zoids from the clear part of the CD case. 3) Cre­ate a pyra­mid by tap­ing the 3.5cm sides togeth­er. And then you’re done. Fol­low along with a tuto­r­i­al video tuto­r­i­al. Easy right! And now Sam­sung just patent­ed for a smart­phone screen that’s capa­ble of dis­play­ing objects in mid-air, in 3D. Is that right? Yes it is. Sam­sungs (jobs at Sam­sung) next phone the Galaxy S7 may be holo­graph­ic, the patent was filed back in the sec­ond half of…

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Big implications for smartphone market in Apple verdict

Apple’s recent vic­to­ry over Sam­sung in its patent dis­pute has increased pres­sure on the man­u­fac­tur­ers of smart­phones all over the world to design hand­sets which can stand up to the iPhone and offer con­sumers choice in a mar­ket worth approx­i­mate­ly $219.1 bil­lion. A jury decid­ed Apple would get $1.05 mil­lion in dam­ages after find­ing Sam­sung had infringed 6 patents on mobile devices, a crush­ing defeat for Apple’s largest com­peti­tor in the smart­phone mar­ket. After the ver­dict The ver­dict will strength­en Apple’s posi­tion as it tries to dis­cour­age its com­peti­tors from man­u­fac­tur­ing devices sim­i­lar to the iPhone.  An ana­lyst at Yan­kee Group, Carl Howe, says that while the ver­dict is a blow for Sam­sung and their soft­ware part­ner Google Inc. and their efforts to chal­lenge Apple, he believes that the out­come will be a greater range of devices and a lot more options for con­sumers as com­peti­tors try to avoid expen­sive legal tus­sles.  “This is a big win for Apple,” Howe notes.  “It’s good for inno­va­tion. It says that if you cre­ate some­thing new, oth­ers can’t just pig­gy­back on it.  From a com­pe­ti­tion point of view, it says cre­ate your own stuff.  Copy­ing is not okay.” Appeal­ing future Howe’s opin­ion is…

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Apple’s victory in mobile war sees Samsung’s shares slump

A land­mark rul­ing by a US court has seen elec­tron­ics giant Apple hailed as vic­tors in its ‘patent war’ with Sam­sung.  The net result of the judg­ment means more than $12 bil­lion has been wiped from the val­ue of the latter’s shares, as world mar­kets react to the news. A patent vic­to­ry In one of the most close­ly observed patent cas­es in recent years, the jury at the fed­er­al court in San Jose returned a ver­dict that Sam­sung were guilty of infring­ing on six Apple patents and ordered them to pay $1.05bn in dam­ages.  Friday’s rul­ing has had a heavy impact on shares in Sam­sung, with prices crash­ing to 1.173m won ($1,000), before climb­ing frac­tion­al­ly to 1.180m won at the close.  Designs on the future Some pre­dic­tions sug­gest the deci­sion will bol­ster Apple’s mar­ket share and lead to the US giant’s dom­i­nance of the bur­geon­ing mobile com­put­ing field across the board.  How­ev­er, ana­lysts are also spec­u­lat­ing that Sam­sung and oth­er mobile phone design­ers, mobile adver­tis­ing agen­cies and con­sumers using the Android plat­form – Google’s answer to the iPhone’s native soft­ware — could ben­e­fit from an increased will­ing­ness to car­ry on pro­mot­ing inno­va­tion with­out resort­ing to bla­tant copies of exist­ing tech­nolo­gies. …

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Are Smart TV’s the Next Battlefield?

Hybrid TVs are com­mon­ly referred to as smart TVs and involve the inte­gra­tion of the Inter­net and Web 2.0 fea­tures. This is a new tech­nol­o­gy devel­op­ment that has been high­ly pop­u­lar among tech savvy indi­vid­u­als. If you are not tech savvy, then you might be won­der­ing what exact­ly Web 2.0 is. Web 2.0 is a con­cept that takes the net­work as a plat­form for infor­ma­tion shar­ing and user-cen­tered design on the Inter­net. A web 2.0 web­site lets users con­verse and work togeth­er with each oth­er in a social media exchange as cre­ators of con­tent. This is com­mon­ly referred to as user-gen­er­at­ed con­tent. This pro­vides for more inter­ac­tiv­i­ty and an enhanced user expe­ri­ence. Smart TV’s allow you to stream your favorite con­tent from sources such as Net­flix and YouTube. This is an excel­lent fea­ture for any­one that loves watch­ing movies or videos online. How­ev­er, it is impor­tant to note that you will need an exist­ing Net­flix sub­scrip­tion to access movies on your Smart TV. In addi­tion, you can use video ser­vices such as Hulu Plus and lis­ten to your favorite music on web­sites such as Pan­do­ra and Rhap­sody. Smart TVs can also be inte­grat­ed with social net­work­ing plat­forms such as Twit­ter…

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