The Digitizer Desktop 3D scanner will soon be launched into the markets by MakerBot and 3D scanning would no longer merely be a thought or an idea; it will finally be the reality. The UK retailer Dynamism will be the first to which the scanner will be headed and it will be available for a price of £1,190.
It is now possible for you to play games and manage applications on the computers using the iMotion controller with haptic feedback. iMotion will be compatible for use with Mac, Linux, Android, iOS and Oculus Rift and also PC. The concept of this iMotion controller is similar to what we have all seen in most of the Science fiction movies where the characters had access to certain highly advanced gadgets which would allow them to control a floating interface hanging in the air and all this with just the movement of fingers.
It seems like all year we have been hearing about 3D technology, from displays to movies and even games. 3D technology, while cool does not really have that huge wow factor for me. With that said I am very excited to check out the first 3D display here at ThinkComputers the V3D231 23-inch LCD from ViewSonic. This display is compatible with all of your 3D devices, has a very fast 2ms response time for gaming and has a full HD resolution of 1920 x 1080. Read on and see if this monitor is perfect for your 3D setup.
It has been a while since we have taken a look at a display, so this is going to be our first display unboxing video! Today we are taking a look at a brand new 3D-ready display from ViewSonic. The display is the V3D231 and it features polarized technology, HDMI 1.4 support, full HD 1920 x 1080 resolution, a 2ms response time and much more. Read on to check our our unboxing and overview video!
We all know Antec for making great PC cases and power supplies. We all know someone with an Antec case and that just shows the quality of their products. Antec knows a lot about making cases and power supplies, but when I heard they were going to making speakers a was a little bit skeptical. We have seen so many companies just use an OEM to get into another market, and what comes out is a very poor product. Luckily Antec is not one of those companies, they introduce you to Soundscience an Antec subsidiary that is set to produce audio and video lifestyle products. Their first product is the Rockus 3D 2.1 Speaker System and we have them up on the testing block today.
Aug 19, 2014 0