Augmented Reality (AR) is an exciting emerging technology that promises to change the way we live our lives. With smart mobile devices getting ever more powerful, and wearable devices maturing rapidly, we are increasingly seeing our digital lives intersect with our real lives. For over a decade Metaio has been pioneering in the field of Augmented Reality and computer vision, and for the 8th time will host the world’s largest Augmented Reality conference and expo in Munich, Germany. InsideAR Munich 2014 takes place on October 29th and 30th and promises to be the most exciting event of the year for AR professionals, enthusiasts alike.
Ubergizmo readers get a discount. If you’re interested in attending, head on over to their website and enter the “Ubergizmo2014″ code to get yourself a discount on ticket prices! Read full post →InsideAR Augmented Reality Conference – 29-30th October Munich
According to a report from the other day, it was suggested that the newly announced Mac mini, unlike its predecessors, would have its RAM soldered to the computer. This means that if you wanted to upgrade your Mac mini with more RAM, you’ll have to do it via Apple’s online store where it would no doubt cost you more than it would outside.
If you were hoping that wasn’t true, you might be disappointed to learn that it unfortunately is. This is according to a recent teardown conducted by the folks at iFixit in which they confirmed that the Mac mini’s RAM is indeed soldered to the machine. Along with their teardown, iFixit also found that 2014’s Mac mini is a bit harder to repair compared to its predecessors. Read full post →Mac Mini Gets The iFixit Teardown, Found To Be Harder To Repair