3D Games Will Look Better than Ever on the Geforce GTX 1080
Thanks to the NVIDIA GTX 1080’s Pascal architecture, realistic rendering of 3D models will surpass everything you have ever seen - and by far!
A single GTX1080 board delivers 9 TFlops (9,000,000,000,000 floating point operations per second) and store 8 Gbytes of data on super-fast GDDR5X memory while consuming only 180 watts. The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 “Founders Edition” will be available on May 27 for $699 with entry version under $380.
Orbbec Persee is the First 3D Camera-Computer
Orbbec Persee is the First 3D Camera-Computer and it is now available on Indiegogo. The crowdfunding campaign is already a huge success with over 200% funding and 23 days laft at the time of writing this. Buying a "Persee Super Early Bird" will cost you $179.
Persee is a crowdfunded technology that brings together an integrated ARM computer that runs applications without requiring an external processing source and a 3D, depth perceiving camera.
Blender 2.75 Offers 3D Stereoscopy in Rendering and in 3D Work View Too!
Blender is a notoriously excellent free 3D modeling/animation;/redering combo software used by many professional studios. Version 2.75 is coming with a lot of features.
Blender now fully supports the ability to create stereoscopic 3D images. There's support for everything from the good old red/cyan anaglyph stereoscopic display, to more advanced interlacing and page flip 3D display techniques. The support for stereo isn't just in final rendering, either; it's also available in the 3D interface view.
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Want to try the RealSense 3D Camera? Buy an Asus Zen AiO!
PCs with an Intel RealSense are not yet very common, but Asus is offering one : the all-in-one ASUS 23.8-inch Zen AiO (Z240IC). This machine is the first to offer USB 3.1 Gen2 connectivity, a must for 3D rushes transfer as it offers up to 10 Gb/s. The integrated Intel Realsense 3D camera offers gesture control and 3D face recognition.