In years gone by, video editing software was mainly used by businesses and freelancers. However, these days, there are many people who use this type of software because there are so many more people who are producing and uploading videos. This is largely down to things such as increased social media use, platforms such as YouTube, the new influencer culture, and other factors. [Read more…] about Tips for Selecting the Perfect Video Editing Software
As the economy drives towards globalization, every company is looking for ways to improve efficiency and productivity while reducing costs. And, one effective way to achieve this is to seek outside services, also known as outsourcing.
Outsourcing is a way for your software development company to engage a third-party organization or individual to handle certain business activities. This allows your company to grow without major investment or risk. [Read more…] about Outside Services Every Software Development Company Needs
When you’re an aspiring writer (and not an independently wealthy one), sometimes you don’t have the budget for expensive tools. The thing to remember is: Just as sometimes a free checking account can actually be better than one where the bank nickles and dimes you to death, so a free writing tool might actually serve you better than one that costs a few hundred dollars. In other words, free doesn’t always mean cheap or low quality. Some of the people who create these tools are doing so out of motivations beyond cashing in on a particular piece of software. Let’s take a look, shall we? [Read more…] about Free Web Tools for Writers
While cannabis has been prized throughout history for its medicinal properties — and was a key ingredient in legal medications in the United States up until the early 1930s — for most of the twentieth century it was classified as an illegal narcotic. Not until the nineties, when scientific evidence for cannabis medicinal value became indisputable, and decades of fruitless attempts to sanction the drug failed, did legislators start to reconsider the blanket ban on cannabis.
In the years since cannabis was legalized for medical use in states like California (in 1996) and countries like Canada (in 2001), it has become a popular solution for pain management, and a range of products have been developed to help people make cannabis part of their treatment regimens.[Read more…] about The Innovative Software Behind the Cannabis Industry
The graphics of today’s video games have improved so much that I can’t help but be mesmerized even when I am a mere observer most of the time. I am thinking about games such as Skyrim, where the level of details is simply astounding. Even with all the advances made, though, there is still some room for improvement.
If you think about it, there video game avatars do not exactly have real facial expressions. While their expressions do change, there is still some way to go in this regard.
This is what Thibaut Weise of EPFL’s Computer Graphics and Geometry Laboratory has been working on. His idea is very simple: to enable avatars to reflect the facial expressions of their real life users in real time. [Read more…] about Soon, Your Avatar Can Reflect Your Emotion in Real Time
That kind of control can sure come in handy a lot, but with the new facial recognition software that some guys from MIT have developed, your poker face (or a phony smile face, rather) might just be totally useless. [Read more…] about You Can Smile, But You Can’t Fool This Facial Recognition Software From MIT