Introduction Unity3D is a real-time 3D rendering and physics engine, which is used to build 3D interactive applications like games, simulations, Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR) applications, etc. Unity came into being in the year 2003 as an engine to develop applications and games on the Mac OS. Today, it has become the de-facto standard to build 3D interactive applications.
Introduction Have you ever imagined using an Android app to send data over UART, read data from an I2C device address or even to control motor orientations through PWM lines? Well, you might be imagining of GPIO and SPI. You are right, that’s possible, too. We will touch upon the basics of GPIO, UART, I2C, SPI, and PWM peripherals in the next section.
Introduction Increasing productivity and efficiency of testers and accuracy in testing has always been one of the many challenges faced by Quality Assurance (QA). In construction activities, we need solutions that allow us to prepare accurate layouts of key components like pillars, slopes, walls, mechanical, plumbing, electrical points etc.
Introduction In the last few years, Virtual Reality (VR) technology has grown rapidly and is witnessing more relevancy and acceptability in the architecture, engineering, construction and various other industries. It is an emerging technology that most of the leading infrastructure companies are trying to adopt.
Overview: Innominds recently hosted a dinner series where all the industry leaders from big data joined together to discuss the impact of big data; It’s shortcomings and to lay a future roadmap on how product companies should structure their big data solution.
The consulting/analyst firm, Zinnov, recently interviewed our CTO, Rao Yendluri. We are pleased to present the interview here on our website. Please visit here to read the article in its entirety on Zinnov's site.
Leaders of the Big Data and analytics industry gathered last month in New York for the Strata + Hadoop World conference. Over 7,000 people attended the event where keynote speakers, including White House chief data scientist DJ Patil, laid out their visions for where machine learning, analytics, the Internet of Things, autonomous vehicles and smart cities will be taking us in the near future.