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How 3D significantly improves the gaming experience and other things in today’s world

November 22, 2017
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In today’s world of always-evolving technology, it looks like both developers and gamers seem to have a strong preference for 3D animation, which has been greatly increasing in popularity when it comes to game design and production. When something is featured in digital 3D format, the audience is presented with a realism of a much […]

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3D Printed Food – The Future of Cooking?

September 21, 2016
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The advent of 3D printing is making new waves of innovation in industries from fashion to biotech. The technology is driving such noble accomplishments as creating custom prosthetics and surgical models in the medical field, new engineering techniques in the world of renewable energies such as wind turbines, and transforming architectural design. There’s even a […]

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The World of Technology in 2014: A Review

January 25, 2015
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2014 has been a remarkable year for technology. From massive leaps forward in prosthetics (now known as ‘Touch Bionics’) through to flexible screen technology, 3D printing and brain mapping (which could in theory lead to AI), it’s been an innovative and fast-moving 12 months. Here’s a quick look at some of the highlights during 2014: […]

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Teaching technology: learning 3d design

January 14, 2014
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If something is worth doing, it’s worth doing properly. 3d design is definitely worth doing. Whenever we get something new, the initial temptation is to throw caution to the wind and just start playing around with it. We want to experiment, to learn by trial and error. That might be OK with your average, off-the-shelf, […]

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Is 3D Printing Really The Next Great Home Tech Revolution?

April 3, 2013
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If you keep an eye on the news, you’re bound to have heard something about 3D printing. From seemingly nowhere, 3D printing has gone from a small hobbyist pursuit to the next big thing in the world of tech, with many people getting very, very excited about the potential of 3D printing. 3D printing is […]

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Is It 3rd Time Lucky for Your 3D Viewing?

December 23, 2012
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The thought of watching some stunning 3D action is one of the things which always gets TV and film viewers really excited. After all, if the action jumps off the screen and into your lap then it is bound to make your viewing experience even more thrilling than before. Most of us have experienced a […]

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How Do 3D TVs Work?

December 1, 2012
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The image displayed on a TV screen is two-dimensional (2D), so, regardless of the technology used to produce the image, three-dimensional (3D) TV screens rely on the way in which human beings perceive depth to create an illusion of three dimensions. Essentially, if the left and right eyes are shown alternating images of the same […]

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Bioprinting Infographic

July 23, 2012
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Modern day 3D printers usually create intricate objects such as engineering parts are now being used to create something even more complex and completely awe-inspiring; human tissue & organs. Towards the end of last decade, Organovo realised their concept of the bioprinter; a printer which enables scientists to print human tissue. In 2012 lung tissue […]

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Emerging Green Technologies We Should All Stand Behind

June 26, 2012
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No one could possibly question that the world is changing fast – probably faster than at any era before. Whether you view these developments as positive or not probably depends on your perspective. No one can deny, however, that modern life is placing a new and heavy load on the environment that is not sustainable […]

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Why You Should Be Watching The Olympics On An LCD TV

March 26, 2012
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Thousands of pub and bar owners are being threatened with legal action which could result in fines or even prison for showing Premier League games on their TVs. The Premier League, in cahoots with BSkyB are intending to begin a campaign of prosecutions against publicans who don’t have subscriptions to watch matches privately but not […]

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LG 55 inch OLED TV

January 29, 2012
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After much hype the curtain on the 55 inch OLED TV by LG the LGEM9600 was finally lifted at the 2012 CES in Las Vegas in January. Sleek, smart, stylish and skinny, LG EM9600 is a winner already. Currently it is the largest OLED TV in the world and also the best as the LG […]

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Which LED TV to buy this Christmas?

October 7, 2011
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Christmas is one of the most popular times of year for families to buy new television sets. There’s often a bit of money in the kitty after your Christmas bonus and it serves as a great gift to yourself and your family, a gift that everybody can enjoy. What’s more, getting yourself a new telly […]

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Sony HX9V digital camera – Overview

July 5, 2011
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Sony’s latest range of Cyber-shot digital cameras were released in late April 2011 with the DSC-HX9V at the forefront of these new designs. Much like it’s predecessor the DSC-HX7V, the 9V is designed as a traditional compact camera which boasts some top-end new camera technologies. The appearance of the camera is very similar to the […]

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What next for 3D printing?

June 27, 2011
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This article was produced on behalf of PrinterInks – leading suppliers of ink cartridges throughout the UK. A revolution is coming. Ever since 3D Systems, based in South Carolina, pioneered stereolithography, eventually releasing the first commercially available stereolithography machine in 1986, all manner of different 3D processes and machines have been developed. 3D printing technology […]

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Best Blu-ray Players

June 15, 2011
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When Blu-ray players first came on the market, they were exclusive, expensive pieces of technology. Now that a few years have gone by and the prices have fallen, there are more than a few models to choose from. But which players offer the best of performance, features and price? Here are the top Blu-ray players […]

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Google Earth: Explore Manhattan in Hi-Def 3D

April 21, 2010
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Most online users today have tried, or seen, Google Earth in action. You know, the one with the satellite images where you can almost see yourself sunbathe in the back yard. In Google Earth, 3D isn’t something new – it’s been around for some time now, but it has mostly been in low resolution and […]

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Avatar 3D – The Hardware Behind The Movie

January 21, 2010
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Most of you are probably aware of James Cameron’s latest creation, Avatar, and some of you might also have watched it in 3D. If you haven’t, go do it before it’s too late, it’s really a great movie, despite the story not being the most original. The company behind the graphics in Avatar is Weta […]

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Danish Company Ready With 3D Revolution For Flatscreens

September 7, 2009
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In a matter of a few months, the 65 million people across the world who has a gaming console with the ability to go online, will be able to watch 3D movies from the comfort of their own home. We’re launching 3DMovieChannel during first quarter next year. Everybody who today can watch movies on YouTube […]

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