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Utilizing Blockchain in Your Development
When it comes to recording information, mankind has used everything from clay tablets, to paper records, to client/server-based information systems. Unfortunately, these forms of record keeping are prone to a number of issues. For example, a clay tablet can be broken or lost, paper records can lose readability over time or be forged, and computer servers may be hacked.
Designing for User Freedom in VR
Whether you are a veteran developer or new to the community, designing experiences for virtual reality (VR) requires careful consideration of a user’s sensory experience. We previously covered getting started with developing for six degrees of freedom (6DoF), and now want to take a deeper dive into design principles for VR and 6DoF. But before we get into the details of designing for 6DoF let’s take a step back and have a brief look at its history.
One of the hottest gift ideas this holiday season are virtual assistants specifically those with a voice user interface (VUI).
Qualcomm Developer Network December Developer of the Month is the team at Waves Audio, based in Tel-Aviv, Israel.
Waves is the world’s leading developer of audio plugins and signal processors for the professional and consumer electronics audio markets. The current Waves product line now includes over 250 proprietary processors that have been embraced by the audio industry in music production, film, post production, broadcast and beyond.
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