Archives for Apple
What would Apple want to do with one of the world’s leading PC Geeks? Good question, right? Well, Anand Shimpi is heading to Apple by all accounts and has retired from his beloved publication AnandTech.com. Here are a couple of reasons why he may have done that.
Architect Daniel Libeskind speaks about the beauty of the “app world” while using Paper by 53 in Apple’s WWDC introductory feature video in San Francisco this week. Apple yesterday introduced iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite
One of the most popular databases used worldwide and a popular office business tool within creative organizations, FileMaker is currently offering an attractive 2 for 1 offer on FileMaker Pro 13 Advanced for consultants and organizations.
Apple gets slammed in video commercial by workstation maker BOXX
Want to capture your bride in 3D on her wedding day? New Sense offers consumers ability to quickly and easily create 3D printable data files from real life objects
Read, Listen, View, Download, Annotate almost anything on the iPad.
Founder and chairman of Foster + Partners, Norman Foster, argues in an interview published in Architectural Record, that huge buildings are actually good for us…and explains why
This guide-oriented feature article explores the details surrounding the new Mac Pro and its performance benchmarking found throughout the web, with summary reference to particular industries and their common applications
Viewpoint: Mac Pro, What Does Apple Mean by Pro? A View from a Professional in 3D, Animation, VFX and Video Games
In this Viewpoint contribution Akiko Ashley, Architosh associate editor and co-founder of 3D animation studio Luminetik, delivers a compelling critique of the new 2013 Mac Pro, a workstation class computer that has been Apple’s most interesting new Mac product in years. With a background in visual effects for major TV and film productions, Luminetik provides Miss Ashley with a perspective on what studios really need in their pipeline hardware and what is good and bad about Apple’s latest Mac Pro in meeting that standard.
In this product review Architosh looks at GRAPHISOFT’S latest mobile app, the iOS-based BIMx Docs. BIMx was the first iteration of a BIM model viewing app with game-like walk-thru mode navigation, “gravity” based sensitivity–so that the walking experience felt as real as possible (no walking through walls like in the movie “Ghost”)–and door recognition. Now BIMx Docs extends on that solid base adding 2D documents and marrying the two types of viewing and navigation experiences.
AIA delivers all new AIA Contracts Documents software solution as SaaS (software as a service) with new Web-based ACD5 for Mac and Windows platforms
One of the most popular CAD products in the construction market has finally come to the Mac OS X platform in a full native ground up version
Imagination Technologies has announced a major update to its PowerVR Graphics
We have more details on the new Mac Pro D300, D500 and D700, including their architecture class
Apple provides details on new Mac Pro, ships in December