In Japan, There is Conversion Technology of Photos to 3D-Model 5

In Japan, There is Conversion Technology of Photos to 3D-Model

In Japan, There is Conversion Technology of Photos to 3D-Model 6

A group of scientists Tokyo Institute of Technology described the work on a new project.The developed technology allows scientists to build a 3D-object model, based on photographs obtained with a conventional digital camera.

To use the new system requires a digital camera memory card Eye-Fi, which sends images to a computer wirelessly. The computer analyzes the image and quickly builds a 3D-model. The major advantage of the system is that no other data for the task is not required, only used a simple “flat” images.

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Biggest IT Flops of the Year 2012 7

Biggest IT Flops of the Year 2012

The fact that things happen quickly in the technology world, you know. Here are some of the biggest flops so far this year.

Biggest IT Flops of the Year 2012 8

It is easy to get excited about “the next big thing” in the technology world. Unfortunately, it is very often these things are nothing but a failure. In the technology world is moving ever so quickly that most people forget about all the failures that come and go. Here are some of the biggest flops of the year. 

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First Gigabit Wi-Fi

First Gigabit Wi-Fi Router Ready for Implementation

First Gigabit Wi-FiNetgear announced its 1st 802.11ac-compatible Wi-Fi router, capable of delivering gigabit accelerates which is  three times faster than current 802.11n routers. Topping out at 1300 Mbps in five Ghz mode and 450 Mbps in two.4 GHz, Netgear’s R6300 router can launch next month at a value of $199.99.
Netgear’s announcement is notable for Apple observers, because it seems that it’ll represent the primary shipping product primarily based on the 802.11ac technology and Apple has been rumored

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