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  • Geoscience Australia opens up access to spatial data

    Geoscience Australia is embracing international geospatial standards and integrated Web platforms to share spatial data in an open environment. The focus is on interoperability, says the agency’s lead data scientist, Danielle Beaudreau.

  • Tech behind Man of Steel's Metropolis coming to a developer near you

    Developers in the games industry and other industries will soon be able to integrate the technology responsible for creating the urban vistas of recent Superman movie <i>Man of Steel</i> into their own applications when Californian company Esri launches the new version of CityEngine next month.

  • Updated: ACMA rains on Nine's 3D party

    The Nine Network’s failure to deliver a report to industry watchdog, the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA), on its 3D trials have temporarily barred its ability to broadcast the NRL grand final in the format.

  • Roxio Creator 2011 adds 3D

    Forget about Avatar in 3D -- thanks to software maker Roxio, now your home movies can feature grandma, the kids, and all your friends in eye-popping 3D. Roxio announced Tuesday the latest versions of its all-in-one media software suite, Creator 2011 and Creator Pro 2011.

  • Sony launches 3D TVs, gaming

    Sony's plans for 3D entertainment begin coming together on Thursday as the company kicks off sales of 3D televisions and begins offering 3D games for its PlayStation 3 console.

  • 3D craze hits PCs

    The growing 3D trend has spread from cinemas to TVs and now to computers, with PC makers including MSI and Asus showing off systems at Taiwan's Computex show this week that can play back 3D movies, games and Internet content.