Game review: Super Mario RPG (Nintendo Switch)
It’s now 2023, and a remake has been developed by AtrePiazza. This new remake is simply called Super Mario RPG, and it’s exclusively available right now for the Nintendo Switch console.
Dell raises awareness about plastic waste on Mount Everest
The company will use the Sagarmatha Next Centre with cutting-edge technology to showcase the video and offer additional opportunities.
Nvidia announces updates to its Omniverse and new GPUs
NVIDIA showcases updates to Omniverse and announces new GPUs at SIGGRAPH, while Shutterstock brings generative AI to 3D scene backgrounds.
Accelerating the robotics revolution with AI technology
AI is simplifying robots and enabling them to tackle complex tasks, paving the way for a surge in robotic automation.
Game preview: Park Beyond (PC)
FutureFive got to spend some time with a preview version of Limbic Entertainment's upcoming theme park management game, Park Beyond.
Adobe empowers creators and brands with Substance 3D updates
Adobe announces new innovations across its Substance 3D tools, empowering creators and brands to create immersive 3D content and metaverse experiences.
Bringing the next wave of Artificial Intelligence to Creative Cloud
From the launch of Photoshop to the rise of 3D, Adobe has a 40-year history of helping lead the creative community through technological transformations.
Game review: No More Heroes III
The developer’s most recent game is No More Heroes III which was released for the Nintendo Switch console exclusively in 2021.
Game-based learning to become $55 billion industry in next eight years
Game-based learning market expected to reach $55.80 billion by 2030, driven by demand for VR, AR, and AL in education and on-the-job training.
Getac launches virtual showroom to showcase rugged mobile devices for manufacturing sector
Getac business development manager Frand Baldrighi says the virtual showroom enables visitors to explore Getac devices ‘from any angle’.
Adobe acquires leading 3D creation software Substance
With the acquisition of Allegorithmic, Adobe takes on the industry leading 3D textures and materials creation software for Creative Cloud.
Samsung reveals the world’s first 3D cinema LED screen
Samsung Electronics continues its efforts to make traditional, projection-based cinema technology a thing of the past.
‘Freaky’ Aussies are ready for holographic dating
37% of Aussies are willing to scan themselves in 3D to find love on dating sites...
Relive your cherished memories in VR
CyberLink launches Power Media Player MR app for Windows Mixed Reality headsets, enabling users to access VR, conventional media content and YouTube.
Hitachi automates optimized production schedules
Hitachi launches factory simulator & assembly navigation system to generate optimized production schedules & 3D work instructions using IoT.
Govt. puts $800,000 towards 3-D aerial mapping of Northland
The data can be used by forestry companies to help plan their logging operations and horticulture companies for sustainable land management.
Sony’s Xperia XZ1 joins the smartphone war for Christmas
Sony Mobile introduces Xperia XZ1 with Motion Eye camera, 3D scanning technology, HDR display and Hi-Resolution Audio.
NZ 3D animation students win international creative competition
The Rookies competition winners have been announced, with students from New Zealand's Media Design School taking home awards and internships.
Machine learning, drones, 3D and digital art: Adobe on how technology is changing design
Adobe predicts that in 2017, technology will have a major impact on the design industry, with machine learning, drones, 3D, and digital art changing the creative process.
ARANZ Geo talks innovation with inventors and partners in Perth
ARANZ Geo's Lyceum event in Perth showcased the latest innovations in the mining industry, including jetpacks and big data.
What does a child genius and dance music have in common? Cyber security, of course
TechDay talked to Walter O'Brien, founder of Scorpion and computer science extraordinaire, about his latest foray into the world of cyber security.
3D tech helps Kiwi scientists understand more about genes
Scientists working in NZ are using 3D technologies, namely 3D digital models, to understand more about how gene crowding affects cell development.
Sneak peaks of Adobe’s newest tools and features
The Sneaks session at this years’ MAX creative conference put the spotlight on some of the latest innovations from the company.
Auckland Council ventures into realm of 3D
Auckland’s Chief Planner will unveil a 3D Digital Commons Plan for the city at a national planning conference in April.