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3D InterOp in a Multi-Core World: Part 1

Try to buy a single-core laptop today and you’ll have a difficult time even finding one.  The leading computer manufacturers offer at least dual-core for base models of their economy lines, even for laptops.  Let that sink in.  Our days of single core machines, even laptops, are over.  Many of the leading mobile products are also at least dual-core with higher end products having even more cores.

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The Trouble with Namespaces

Today, I’m going to talk about the way my attitude towards using namespaces has pretty much done a complete reversal over the last couple of years.  I started off thinking that they looked great, progressed to mild concern that they seemed to be causing unexpected difficulties, and eventually realized that they can become unmanageable if allowed to grow out of control.  Just like a bunch of tribbles. (Yes, the title is a Star Trek reference :).

3D Modeling in Popular Culture

Did anyone else notice in Prometheus (recent movie), that when they landed on the planet of the crazy space men, the ship's captain used something suspiciously like a laser scanner to get a 3D point cloud which mapped the tunnels in the alien city?

I thought that was really cool. Scanners like that actually exist today. (They are not the size of a golf ball, like the scanner in the movie was, but the principal is the same.)

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