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OVR: Stop and Smell the Roses in VR
Company aims to augment VR with sense of smell via its Architecture of Scent system.
DE Podcast: Analyst Jon Peddie Explains COVID-19’s Effect on the GPU Market
JPR releases graphics market report for 2020 Q1, shipments down, growth blunted by Coronavirus and shutdowns
DE Podcast: Reexamining the Role of Digital Twins in the Era of Social Distancing
Ansys discusses the use of digital twins in engineering projects while following social distancing rules
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Enabling Simulation-Driven Design
In our latest podcast, Digital Engineering talks to COMSOL's Phil Kinnane about democratization of simulation.
Expanding Role of Tolerance Analysis
In our latest podcast, Digital Engineering talks to Ed Walsh, VP of Global Sales at Sigmetrix, about the expanding importance of tolerance analysis.
Harvey Mudd College Professor on Teaching Robotics, Circuit Design in Lockdown
Harvey Mudd College Professor continues teaching circuit design and robotics lab courses under lockdown using take-home Arduino kits
COVID-19 Impact on AR/VR a Mixed Bag: Interview with Lenovo
Lenovo Commercial ARVR Lead Discusses Coronarivus Impact on Business, training and remote assistance emerges as solid deployment reasons
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Siemens Keeps Engineers Connected During Pandemic
Digital Engineering talks to Siemens' Brenda Discher about the company's efforts to support customers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Teaching Additive Manufacturing Under Lockdown
Penn State University Professor, Dr. Guha Manogharan, uses virtual machines and simulation software to continue advanced additive manufacturing instruction. Guha teaches a graduate lab course on metal additive manufacturing and design.
Car Makers Answer the Call for Ventilator Production
As automakers consider how to address the shortage of ventilators in the Coronavirus outbreak, industry veterans share their thoughts on the struggles and challenges. Join us for this podcast with CIMdata's Keith Meintjes and industry consultant Joe Barkai.
Are Desktop 3D Printers Safe to Use?
Georgia Tech and UL Chemical Safety publish two-year study on 3D printers, raises concerns for potentially hazardous levels of ultrafine particles, and numerous volatile organic compounds associated with machine operation.


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