Author: J.C. Kuang

Imagining a Post-Moore’s Law World: NVIDIA GPUs Take Aim at CPU Market

Is 2017 the year Moore's Law is finally broken? What might an all-GPU future look like? PC Gamer's recent piece on the end of Moore's Law is not the first article ever written on the subject; reports of its death have been greatly exaggerated, circulating since last year. However, the recent reveal of Intel's new Coffee Lake processor series has revived sentiments in the tech industry that advancements in CPU speed and power are beginning to slow down. With this in mind, it is easy to see how individuals such as nVidia's Jensen Huang see the "death" of Moore's Law as related...

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HTC Lays Groundwork For VR

Last week was significant for Taiwanese hardware giant HTC as it begins the long-term process of refocusing efforts into becoming APAC's premier player in virtual reality hardware. Here are some highlights regarding the latest big moves from the authors of one of VR’s most popular platforms:   HTC & VRChat   HTC & Beijing Cyber Cloud   HTC U11   HTC and Viveport Community   HTC &...

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LEAP Motion: Keeping the “H” in HCI

ARTICLE BY J.C. KUANG   The honeymoon has passed; after a glamorous but lumbering start, virtual and augmented reality have secured their footing as new and viable digital media for creating, consuming, and sharing content. Regardless of your personal opinion, some of the brightest minds in the tech space, from the largest conglomerates to the smallest startups, are racing to stake a claim on emergent standards in hardware, software platforms, and new media ecosystems. As this struggle continues, it can be easy for organizations who wish to enter the XR market to lose sight of certain important factors in...

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