Posts in category: ‘Gadgets’

How CAD is Currently Playing into the VR Industry

To say computer aided design (CAD) has come leaps and bounds in the last 50 or so years would be a major understatement. The CAD world has undergone significant transformation in recent times and is ever evolving. While CAD software initially enabled engineers, architects, artists, and other creatives to generate designs in 2D and eventually 3D conditions, it has now taken a step further by utilizing virtual reality (VR) capabilities.

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Brain Computer Interfaces (BCI) Create Trepidation, Excitement

Whenever he watches a football game, John F. Connolly winces whenever one of the players takes a hit to the head that could result in a concussion.

“Let’s say I’m watching the best team in football, the New England Patriots. If I’m watching and someone gets hit, and goes off the field, they’re going to run the concussion protocol,” says Connolly, who used to live in Boston.

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Go for multiple monitors

It’s been the trend for some time now, and while everyone’s main question is about productivity increase, the simple fact that it’s not uncommon to see dual monitors at a friend’s house is a bullet proof evidence that it people find it useful (if not luxurious). Nowadays, even those who don’t handle more than one software often have two to even three monitors. Ever seen Fallout 4 on triple monitors? Of course you have. So why wouldn’t you use a bunch of monitors for CAD? Let’s break it down.

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