Tagged: Research

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Substance Painter: an Oculus Rift Prototype

Allegorithmic’s social media has been abuzz these last few days. Since we showed our Oculus Rift prototype at OC5 (the Oculus Connect conference), we’ve been receiving heaps of curiosity, excitement, and questions from all sides of the 3D community.

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Why IonQ Chose Onshape for Quantum Computer Design

You may have missed it over the holidays, but one of the few things that Democrats and Republicans overwhelmingly agree on is the importance of quantum computing research. Receiving unanimous support in the U.S. Senate and a landslide 348-11 vote in the House, the National Quantum Initiative Act was signed into law in late 2018. The bipartisan initiative allocates more than $1.2 billion in quantum computing R&D funding over the next five years.

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Why GKS Packaging Replaced Their Old PDM System With Onshape

What’s the best way to bag sea worms and keep them fresh and wiggling?GKS Packaging, a European company that builds produce-bagging machines for supermarkets, was recently asked to design equipment to pack live sea worms for bait and scientific research. The bags needed to be filled with ocean water and enough oxygen and nutrients for the worms to survive transit for 10-12 days. Needless to say, their regular lettuce-packing machines weren’t going to do the trick.

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How to Use Cloud CAD to Improve Your Marketing Campaigns

You can have the most amazing product in the history of civilization, but no one will buy it if they don’t know about it. Advertisers and marketers spend a ton of money on eye-tracking research, analyzing where consumers look first on a screen. A well-placed, eye-catching banner can draw trade show guests from across a convention center floor. So much of marketing is dependent on visuals and our brains are wired to look at pictures over words.