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How Technologies Have Improved Motion Capture

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The global entertainments industry is booming. From TV and cinema through to newer media like video games, improving technologies have made the viewing experience more realistic and more enjoyable for consumers worldwide. Motion capture technology is one area in which the improvements in both hardware and software systems have made it possible to experience more satisfying results.

In the animation industry in particular, Organic Motion motion capture software has transformed the way media is composed. Modern systems now save both time and money in the animation process, and are heavily relied upon by creative industries involved in putting together animated creatives. Rather than hand drawing, or even computer rendering frame by frame, the required motion can be synthesized through tracking real human movements, making it a much more effective and cost-efficient process.

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Casio Signature XJ-M145 Review

The Casio Signature XJ-M145 and their other projectors in Casio’s new “Signature” line use their new hybrid LED light source. Casio’s new light source can essentially last for the life of the projector also it is mercury free. The XJ-M145 is just over the $1,000 price point, so it is a little expensive for your average Joe. Casio had a little brother called the Green Slim, for under $1,000 but it contains more features. Read on for the nits and grits of the projector.

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iTwin Review

The iTwin seems like an unlimited Dropbox on a USB stick. Other companies have created a software like this but there are limitations of how much space you have. iTwin is an unlimited cloud thumb dive for a one cost of $99.
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What does the Wizard of Woz think about Android?

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When I read about Steve Wozniak’s thoughts on Android reported by The Daily Best I was astonished. Apple CEO Steve Jobs hated Android so much that he vowed to use every last penny and up to his dying breath to destroy Android. Continue reading to see what Steve Wozniak thinks about Android.

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LG Introduces its First Android-Powered LTE Tablet

LG Optimus PadToday LG Electronics unveiled their first Android tablet, the Optimus Pad LTE.The Korean based company included in this tablet LTE technology and a True HD IPS display at a 1280 x 720 resolution.

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