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Nvidia announces new ‘Pascal’ Quadro GPUs for mobile workstations

Published 17 January 2017

Posted by Greg Corke

Article tagged with: hp, nvidia, gpu, dell, mobile workstation, msi

Dell, HP, Lenovo, MSI and Fujitsu are all in the process of launching Intel ‘Kaby Lake’ mobile workstations with new ‘Pascal’-based Quadro GPUs, including the latest Dell Precision 7720 which boasts a 17.3-inch display.

Nvidia has introduced three models – the Quadro P3000 (6GB GDDR5), Quadro P4000 (8GB GDDR5) and Quadro P5000 (16GB GDDR5).

The 100W Quadro P4000 and 100W Quadro P5000 are both ‘VR Ready’, paving the way for a wave of mobile workstations that are powerful enough to run professional Virtual Reality applications.

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HP ZBook 15u mobile workstation gets ‘Kaby Lake’ upgrade

Published 17 January 2017

Posted by Greg Corke

Article tagged with: hp, amd firepro, mobile workstation, zbook

HP has updated its low cost, compact 15.6-inch mobile workstation, the HP ZBook 15u.

The new G4 model features a choice of dual core 7th generation ‘Kaby Lake’ CPUs, including the Core i7 7600U (2.8 GHz, up to 3.9 GHz) Core i7 7500U (2.7 GHz, up to 3.5 GHz) Core i5 7300U (2.6 GHz, up to 3.5 GHz) and Core i5 7200U (2.5 GHz, up to 3.1 GHz).

The rest of the specifications remain largely the same as the G3 model. This includes the AMD FirePro W4190M GPU, up to 32 GB of DDR4 memory, 2TB of storage including the optional HP Z Turbo Drive G2, and an FHD touch or UHD display.

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Adobe Project Felix integrates V-Ray into Creative Cloud

Published 16 January 2017

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: design, rendering, cloud, adobe, vr, viz, creative cloud, chaos group

Adobe states that Project Felix means ‘You don’t have to be a 3D expert to incorporate 3D techniques into your creative process’

Chaos Group has partnered with Adobe to bring V-Ray’s rendering technology to the Creative Cloud (CC), giving graphic designers the power of photorealistic 3D rendered composites with Project Felix.

Project Felix is a public beta desktop app that helps users composite 3D assets like models, materials and lights with background images, resulting in an editable render they can continue to design in Photoshop CC.

For example, users can turn a basic 3D model of a generic bottle into a realistic product shot that is fully lit and placed in a scene to create an ad, concept mock-up or even abstract art.

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CEL looks to make distributed manufacturing a reality with Robox Root, Tree and Mote

Published 16 January 2017

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: 3d printing, hardware, manufacturing, product design, cloud, robox, cel

CEL’s Robox line is aiming to become a platform for distributed manufacturing, with three new additions hoping to let users to share hardware, carry out multiple jobs at the same time, with greater speed and reliability.

The new additions include Root, a remote control device which allows users to share, control and monitor multiple prints via a wired or wireless network; Tree, a compact furniture system which houses multiple Robox units in a small footprint; and Mote, a simple, dedicated, low cost, touchscreen interface for Root.

CEL CEO Chris Elsworthy, said: “In a business environment, or where there are multiple Robox units available, these new systems will make prototyping and development much more efficient. Each Robox connected to Root can be visible to others on the network, so an office full of individually controlled printers is also a networked print farm.

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