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Is AR/VR Ready to Go Beyond Visualization?
Storytelling is the dominant use of mixed reality devices at present, but may change in the future.
Autodesk discusses partnership with ANSYS at AU 2019, offers free generative design tools, more
Autodesk and ANSYS affirm partnership, Autodesk offers free generative design tools, React Robotics design in Fusion with Lenovo workstations, more
Is AR/VR Ready to Go Beyond Visualization?
Storytelling is the dominant use of mixed reality devices at present, but may change in the future.
Mobile Workstations Continue to Rise
Demand is driven by the desire to have as much computing power as possible at hand 24/7.
Budget Workstations for Engineers
Tasks, not price, define today’s entry-level engineering workstation offerings.
The Rise of Data Science Workstations
NVIDIA’s new hardware is making it easier for organizations to process data right on the desktop, as engineers are being drafted into data science roles.
Are You Ready for Extended Reality (XR)?
Identifying the right use case is key to getting the most out of enterprise augmented reality.
Review: Lenovo ThinkPad P72 Displays An Excellent Update
Lenovo’s 17-inch mobile workstation delivers great engineering performance at a more affordable price.
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Making the Case for the Right Workstation
Whether it's an engineer designing bridge structures on a major infrastructure project or a developer coding the next big video game release, the workstation is the epicenter of the workday and a barometer for employee productivity.
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Choose the Right Mobile Workstation for the Job
How mobile workstations are tailored to the workloads of the professionals who need them most.
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Editor’s Pick: Tensor Cores and Real-time Ray Tracing Go Mobile
Lenovo introduces high-end versatility in a 15-in. mobile workstation. 
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Eccotype Turns Typing Into Professional-grade Animation
Creativity shouldn’t just be in the hands of the few. So say the innovators of Eccotype, a new online platform that gives novice visual effects artists the ability to create movie-quality CGI without expensive software and years of training.
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Design That Matters Helping Treat Easily Curable Diseases
Serving underprivileged communities from Haiti to Mali to Vietnam, nonprofit Design that Matters (DtM) is committed to helping treat easily curable diseases like jaundice, hypothermia and pneumonia using simply yet ingeniously designed medical devices.
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3D Printing Helps Provide Prosthetic Devices to Children in Need
Pick up a ball. Paint a picture. Wave goodbye. A child can't do any of these without a hand. The Helping Hand Project (The HHP) provides 3D printed prosthetic hands free of charge to children in need so they have...
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Build Change Utilizes 3D Modeling Technology to Build Safe Housing
Rebuilding after a disastrous earthquake or typhoon, especially in an emerging nation should not only repair what is broken but also lay the foundation for safer communities. That’s the philosophy of Build Change, a global nonprofit social enterprise that...
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AI Workstations for Data Science
AI Workstations maximize productivity, reduce time to insight, and lower the cost of your data science projects in one robust, readily deployable solution.



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