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Frozen' was creatively, technically challenging: Avneet Kaur New Delhi, Dec 17 : Avneet Kaur, who worked as the simulation technical director of Hollywood animation film "Frozen", says the project was challenging as it raised the bar in all aspects
Optimum Energy and The Data Guild Announce Collaboration , Dec. PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Optimum Energy and The Data Guild announced they are collaborating on developing machine learning-based energy efficiency solutions for enterprise facilities.
It has been a wild couple of weeks in Washington, for sure, but for America's 27 million privately held companies, it has had to be business as usual. That is, regardless of political debates or stock market swings, business owners each day have to
December 8, 2013 While the crowd numbers declined a bit at last week's military training and simulation trade show in Orlando, the marketing, pitching and deal-making were still at full throttle, organizers said. Hundreds of defense contractors,
Cubic made the announcement at the Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation & Education Conference, the country's largest military-training trade show, which concludes Thursday in Orlando. Amid the military budget cutbacks, the Mission Bay Trainer
Officials from more than 70 countries are also attending the show, many of them leading exhibits on the convention floor, organizers said. We are just now launching our international business in South America, Central America, the Middle East and
An official survey shows Chinese manufacturing barely expanded in November and stayed at the same rate as in the previous month, indicating a continual sluggish recovery. The China Federation of Logistics and Purchasing's Sunday report shows the
Crimped by the ongoing defense-budget crunch, the country's largest military training-simulation trade show may see a pared-back turnout in Orlando next week, though organizers still expect thousands from across the globe to attend the annual event.
Researchers at the University of Florida took MRI and CT scans from former patients, added in some 3D printing, software and artificial skin and created simulators for trainee brain surgeons . The simulators help surgeons coordinate their eyes and
Probably a lot and the more specific that practice is to your particular brain, the better. Now, by combining models of brains made on 3D printers and images of simulated surgery, faculty at the University of Florida (UF) are making sure their