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Arkio

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Arkio is a game-changer in design and design communication. Bringing clients into a shared VR experience to talk about their space and possibilities helps us communicate the design process in spatial and visual way.

Arkio enables anyone to create, collaborate and review using VR, desktop and mobile. Design interiors, buildings, virtual spaces or game environments and make better design decisions faster.

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Intro to Ethereum smart contracts

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You might be surprised how well your current programming skills translate to the blockchain and Web3. Let’s get started with smart contract development using Ethereum and Solidity.

For programmers interested in Web3, the good news is that your programming skills will easily translate to this new paradigm. That’s because blockchain and its decentralized technology model aren’t replacing the older paradigm; they are augmenting it. Clean code is clean code, anywhere.

Read the full article at: www.infoworld.com

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Don’t get too emotional about emotion-reading AI

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Artificial intelligence tools now try to figure out whether people are happy, sad or disgusted. The reality may surprise and anger you….

Most emotion AI is based on the basic emotions” theory, which is that people universally feel six internal emotional states: happiness, surprise, fear, disgust, anger, and sadness, and may convey these states through facial expression, body language and vocal intonation.

Read the full article at: www.computerworld.com

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AR/VR: Marketing in three dimensions

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It’s early days for volumetric storytelling, but it’s at the heart of AR and VR.

Can you interact with a salesperson or a product as if you were in the same room, even though you are on your computer, someplace else?

Volumetric storytelling is what we are talking about. It’s okay to admit you never it called that before. This involves rendering a 3D world that one can interact with via the computer, but it must be delivered to the user. Either take them into the world through the viewing goggle (virtual reality) or show them the image as it would appear in their home (augmented reality).

Read the full article at: martech.org

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