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Google Daydream vs. Samsung Gear VR: Which VR Should You Choose?

If you’re looking for a ticket out of this universe, at least temporarily, VR can deliver that on your phone. Or, even give you ways to reach out and communicate with the world.

Samsung (with Facebook) and Google offer you two options: the Samsung Gear VR, and the new Google Daydream View. They work with recent Samsung Galaxy phones and the Google Pixel or Pixel XL, respectively.

Google Daydream vs. Samsung Gear VR: Which VR Should You Choose?

These headsets are the next best thing to wiring yourself into a PC or PS4-connected VR system. Phone-based VR may not allow any walking around — the apps are designed to be used while sitting down and turning your head — but having a portable, wireless and less expensive way to try VR is a better choice in a lot of ways. It’s akin to buying an extra-legroom economy ticket to brave new worlds, rather than splurging on business class.

Samsung’s Gear VR is the place to go for its massive app collection, but with Daydream you’re getting a more knitted-in connection to Google apps like YouTube, plus an excellent wireless controller. Just be ready for a truly sparse app library in Daydream.

I’ve been using both, and here are the big differences you need to know.

It requires a Google Pixel phone (will support other phones later on).

To use Google’s new headset, you need the Pixel or Pixel XL. Otherwise, no dice. But down the road, the Daydream View headset is going to work with other Android phones. Not all of them, but some. The Huawei Mate 9 is one of them.

It’s smaller than Gear Virtual Reality and feels like yoga pants.

The comfy-cozy outer part is soft and somewhat reassuring, like a security blanket. And the headset is smaller, so it’s easier to carry around. Just don’t throw it in a bag with velcro strips unless you like the pulled-thread look.

Putting a phone in is easy.

Once a compatible phone is dropped into the Daydream View headset, it automatically connects. No plugs, no aligning parts.

A magic wand is included.

The best part of Daydream is a little remote control that’s packed in. It works with motion control, like a little Wii remote. You could wave it like a wand, use it as a fishing pole, or turn it into a pointer. It even pops into the Daydream headset when not in use. But, it needs to be charged separately.

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Google Daydream (left): very few apps. Gear VR (right): lots and lots of apps.Photo by Sarah Tew/CNET

It connects to YouTube, other Google apps and Google Play.

YouTube launches right into Daydream and is one of the best apps at launch, with tons of 360-degree content and a cinema mode for other videos. Google’s support for movies, photos and maps also give it an essential Android-connected feel.

There aren’t many apps yet.

Daydream only has a few dozen apps. Samsung’s Gear VR has several hundred. Some, like the promotional app for the upcoming movie “Fantastic Beasts & Where to Find Them,” are fun and free. More apps and partnerships should be coming, but with Daydream, you’ll be an early adopter.

It didn’t fit me correctly.

The headset’s design didn’t fully block out light for me, and some of the apps looked distorted when I looked around. That didn’t happen with Samsung Gear VR. But, the lenses didn’t fog up like they sometimes do with Samsung’s tighter-fitting headset.

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Gear VR has a side-mounted touchpad. Daydream View has its separate controller.Photo by Sarah Tew/CNET

Samsung Gear VR

It needs a Samsung phone.

Gear VR connects with Samsung Galaxy S6 phones and later, and the Note 5 onwards. Other Android phones can’t be used. Still, at the moment, Gear VR has more compatible phones than Google Daydream View. That should shift next year.

You need to plug it in via Micro-USB (or USB-C).

Popping a phone into Gear VR isn’t bad, but it’s a bit finicky. Aligning the cap and inserting the phone isn’t as seamless as Daydream. The latest Gear VR also supports USB-C for…well, yeah, the Note 7 doesn’t exist anymore. But next year’s Galaxy phone will have USB-C for sure.

It’s bigger and bulkier.

Compared to Daydream, Gear VR is significantly larger. But, neither headset is pocket-friendly.

A trackpad on the side of the headset controls apps.

Instead of Daydream’s great wireless controller that’s included, Gear VR relies on a side-mounted touchpad that’s hard to find and use. Alternatively, some games can use a wireless game controller (not included, but most Bluetooth Android-compatible gamepads work).

There are hundreds of great apps to choose from.

Oculus and Samsung have built an impressive library of apps and games, including Netflix, Minecraft, and even a growing collection of social apps. This is the place to be for apps until Daydream catches up.

The Oculus mobile experience is separate from Android.

Unlike Daydream, the Oculus Store app is a different environment with its app library. Down the road, that could be a problem when Google knits more Daydream-connected VR features into Android. But, it does have some hooks into Samsung’s collection of Galaxy phone apps.

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Photo by Sarah Tew/CNET

So, which do you choose?

Sadly, neither Daydream nor Gear VR is cross-compatible. And if you like Google Cardboard-compatible VR apps you might find on your iPhone or Android phone, you won’t be able to play them on either, although Daydream will play better with Cardboard apps down the road.

(Of course, you don’t need either: Get a cheap folding headset like Google Cardboard, and you can try plenty of 360-degree videos and VR apps for iPhone and Android. But you should know that Gear VR and Daydream are both better options.)

Daydream might have longer legs, but right now Gear VR is the better experience. Dream could use Gear VR’s app library. Gear VR could use Daydream’s controller. Hopefully, both platforms will learn from each other and work together because choosing a between virtual worlds isn’t easy.

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PlayStation VR Motion Sickness Game List Guide

Virtual reality gaming is not for everyone, and some games will make you more motion sick than others. Here is a list of PlayStation VR games that will make you sick, and others that won’t.

Bear in mind; this is just a list of games that made me sick (and not sick) after using PlayStation VR for close to a week. If you are not prone to motion sickness, then you don’t need to read this. If you do get sick, here’s some games you should avoid and others that should be more tolerable.

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PlayStation VR Motion Sickness Game List Guide

Motion Sickness Games Out of all of the games I played for PlayStation VR that are available at launch, the ones that made me sick are titles that all featured forward motion.

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This means I was not able to tolerate ANY game where a character or vehicle was moving forwards or backward. Unlike other people, my brain and body were giving my false signals. My mind was telling me I was running, but my body wasn’t. This confused my entire body, and I got a headache and felt jelly-legged.

Anyway, the games that made me sick included Driveclub VR, EVE: Valkyrie, RIGS: Mechanized Combat League, Battlezone and Here They Lie. There are probably a couple of others out there, but these are the main ones. I avoided playing the Luge level in PlayStation VR Worlds too.

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From my experience, I never got used to the feeling. I tried to “get used to it” over the few days I had the PlayStation VR headset, but nothing seemed to have worked. If you, a friend or family member do get sick, try and avoid playing the games I just mentioned.

It’s also recommended that you take a few breaks now and then to rest your eyes if you get a bit sick. Don’t try and play VR for hours as it can take a toll on you.

Non-motion sickness games: The games that might not make you sick include those that have stationary movement. The ones I was able to play you just moved your head and hands, but not the character themselves.

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The first game I enjoyed was Ocean Descent from PlayStation VR Worlds. I was able to tolerate moving up and down than I was moving forwards and backward.

The other games that I think are good to play include Batman: Arkham VR, Headmaster, Tumble, Wayward Sky and Job Simulator. Hustle Kings and some other games could be added here too, although I didn’t have a chance to play every launch title.

Anyway, I hope this gives you can do indication on how safe it is to use PlayStation VR. Remember, it’s not recommended for kids under the age of 12 to use it. If you do get sick like I did, just stick to playing the games you are comfortable with. There’s no point forcing yourself to overcome motion sickness. I tried that but never got used to the feeling…

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Top 11 Best Virtual Reality Headsets in The World

Top 11 Best Virtual Reality Headsets in The World

Virtual reality, the word works like magic when we hear it. This concept takes us to the endless possibilities, where we want to go we can by virtual reality and feel that place the right front of our eyes. We can say virtual reality is one of the best inventions of ever made by human being. Now in 2016 is the start line of the virtual reality open to all to play ad feel it. Virtual Reality Headsets, let’s check them out.

So here you’ll find one of the Top 11 best virtual reality headsets in the world. So lets check this out.

HTC Vive

The HTC Vive, is the Steam VR headset made in collaboration with Valve, the makers of legendary gaming series Half Life, and it hited shops in April.

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The HTC Vive plugs into PCs and work with Valve’s mammoth gaming ecosystem. It packs in 70 sensors to offer 360 degree head-tracking as well as a 90Hz refresh rate.

Essential reading: Top 6 Advantages of Virtual Reality

However, the key to the HTC Vive’s success is the Lighthouse room tracking that enables you to move around with the headset on.

Out now, $799, htcvive.com

Oculus Rift

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Oculus Rift is Developed by Palmer Luckey, funded via Kickstarter and snapped up by Facebook for a cool $2 billion, the Rift plugs into your computer’s DVI and USB ports and tracks your head movements to provide 3D imagery on its stereo screens.

The consumer edition Rift uses a 2160 x 1200 resolution, working at 233 million pixels per second, with a 90Hz refresh rate. It’s high tech stuff, which matches the HTC Vive for refresh rate, but lags behind PlayStation VR. However, given its access to the power of latest PCs, it will be pushing a lot more pixels than Sony’s headset.

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Out now, $599, oculus.com

Sony PlayStation VR

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PlayStation VR is ready to launch on : 13 October 2016 in the whole world. Sony is making it best of the best VR headset that why it took some time.

A 5.7-inch OLED one which enables low persistence, which should mean less motion blur. The display’s refresh rate has also been ramped up to 120Hz, making 120fps gaming a real possibility.

The reported latency issues of Morpheus Mk1 have been addressed, with a new 18ms reading, and tracking accuracy has been tweaked with a total of nine LEDs now aiding the positional awareness of the headset.

Essential reading: Video Games, Released in August 2016

Out 13 October 2016 $399, sony.com

Samsung Gear VR

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The Samsung Gear VR is lite version of oculus rift, given that the two companies collaborated for the technology.

The Gear VR is simply a case that uses a Samsung Galaxy smartphone as its processor and display. The handset simply slots in front of the lenses, into a Micro USB dock, and uses its Super AMOLED display as your screen. Slot in the phone, stick on the headset and you’re into your virtual reality experience. you must use a Samsung handset for using this.

Check them out: Samsung Company Announces to Open a Virtual Reality Studio in New York City

$99, samsung.com

Google Cardboard

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Google announced its Cardboard virtual reality headset at I/O 2014 and unveiled version 2 at the 2015 conference. Popping a smartphone into a cardboard container and then strapping it to your head and it works, and it could become a low-cost way to experience virtual reality.

After all, your smartphone contains all the necessary gyroscopic sensors and positioning systems to accurately track your head movements. Related is Durovis’ Dive, which is essentially the same thing made of higher quality and more sweat-resistant materials.

With the popularity of Cardboard, Google decided it would release an even better one. Called Daydream, the device is pretty much a Gear VR but apparently there’s a whole slew of Android phones getting revamped to provide a better VR experience with Daydream. Companies making the handsets will also likely release their own mobile headsets.

There’s no official date for its release except an estimate for this fall. We’ll update the list to see if the Google VR headset – or any others running the Daydream platform – makes the cut then.

Take a look at the Top Disadvantages of Virtual Reality.

$16.99 

Microsoft HoloLens

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Microsoft HoloLens, blends virtual and half augmented reality to make one of the most ambitious launches ever planned. The device merges real-world elements with virtual ‘holographic’ images, meaning you can look at your Minecraft world on your kitchen table, or walk around the surface of Mars in your living room.

Using Kinect-style tech to recognise gestures and voice commands, the headset has a 120-degree field of vision on both axes, and is capable of ‘high definition’ visuals, but it’s still a letterbox compared to the likes of Oculus and Valve. More importantly, however, there’s no connection to a PC – a full Windows 10 system is built into the headset and runs off a battery. No, we can’t wait to see how long that lasts either.

The Development Edition is available now for Windows Insider members with a price tag of $3,000.

$3,000, microsoft.com

Meta 2

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Meta had a developer kit of its augmented reality headset in 2013 but it’s theMeta 2 that’s caught our attention. It looks similar to HoloLens with its large shape and helmet-like design.

At 90 degrees, it’s three times bigger than the original Meta, and its 2560 x 1440 display plus positional tracking allowing your hands to interact with what you see makes for a very promising device.

$949, metavision.com

Razer OSVR HDK 2

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Razer’s OSVR isn’t a rival to the likes of Oculus Rift, PlayStation VR, and Samsung Gear VR. There’s even a newer headset out aptly called the OSVR Hacker Developer Kit 2. It’s got better hardware specs, this time, around with 2160 x 1200 dual OLED display putting it right up against the big names. However, there’s still some comfort issues to work through.

HDK 2 $399, HDK 1 $299.99 razerzone.com

FOVE VR

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FOVE VR differs from the likes of Oculus Rift and PlayStation VR because it offers interactive eye-tracking. Inside the headset is an infrared sensor that monitors the wearer’s eyes; offering both a new control method and an edge on its competitors when it comes to realism.

With FOVE, simulated depth-of-field is possible, due to the system knowing exactly what you’re looking at, and as a result, the virtual should appear more real.

From $349, getfove.com

Zeiss VR One Plus

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Like the Samsung Gear VR and the previous Zeiss One, the hardware power for the second-gen Zeiss branded headset comes from your smartphone. it will play ball with any iOS or Android handset with the latest model allowing larger sizes between 4.7 and 5.5 inches (it previously only fit phones up to 5.2 inches).

It packs a media player for the likes of pictures and YouTube videos and an AR app for augmented experiences, while the open-source Unity3D SDK (iOS and Android) means there’s plenty of scope for development.

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Freefly VR headset

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Freefly’s VR headset now compatible with the 200+ Google Cardboard apps, plus it rocks 42mm lenses and a 120-degree field of view while faux leather helps to keep things comfortable. It fits any smartphone with a screen between 4.7in and 6.1in, which is admittedly less than an Archos headset but still covers most flagships in 2016.

As well as featuring head-tracking via your phone’s accelerometer, one point of difference over the cheapest options is that Firefly comes with an odd little controller, named Glide, that you hold in one hand.

Hope you like all of the best 11 Virtual Reality Headsets in the world today available right now so just buy and them and make your life more cooler then ever before.

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Top Dis-advantages of Virtual Reality

Dis-advantages of Virtual Reality

1) The equipment used in virtual reality are very expensive.
2) It consists of sophisticated technology.
3) In virtual reality environment, we can’t move on our own like in the real world.

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Virtual Reality and Ethical Issues

There are a few ethical issues regarding virtual environments which need to be addressed. These are related to human behavior and motivations and are also a concern for the gaming industry.

They include:

The problem of ‘Desensitisation.’
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The dis-advantages of Virtual Reality are numerous.

• The hardware needed to create a fully immersed VR experience is still cost prohibitive.
• The total cost of the machinery to create a VR system is too high.
• The technology for such an experience is still new and experimental.
• VR is becoming much more commonplace but programmers are still grappling with how to interact with virtual environments.
• The idea of escapism is commonplace among those that use VR environments and people often live in the virtual world instead of dealing with the real one. This happens even in the low quality and somewhat hard to use VR environments that are online right now.
• One worry is that as VR environments become much higher quality and immersive, they will become attractive to those wishing to escape real life.
• Another concern is VR training. Training with a VR environment does not have the same consequences as training and working in the real world. This means that even if someone does well with simulated tasks in a VR environment, that person might not do well in the reality.
• A virtual environment needs to place the user at its centre and ensure that he or she has a productive experience which they are likely to repeat. But a common problem with virtual reality systems is motion sickness which is caused by poor ergonomics and a lack of awareness of the physical needs of the user.

Top 6 Advantages of Virtual Reality

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Top 6 Advantages of Virtual Reality

The concept of Virtual Reality is not new, its start back in 50’s. When the virtual reality machines are big as hell, and you just can see the bizarre 3D animation but now as technology is improved, we can see the real world by using just Virtual Reality Goggles, which is just light as a feather. Here you’ll find Top 6 advantages of virtual reality. Apart from gaming virtual reality can be used in these places.

Advantages of Virtual Reality

SHOPPING

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Imagine a VR world, where instead of looking at 2D lists of items on Amazon, you can tour a virtual mall, quickly compare items, rotate & move to see any angle, even try them out in some instances. What’s more, the items on the virtual shelves could be ever adapting based on the things you look at. This is when shopping becomes customized and personalized, and becomes as fun (if not better) than many real world shops.

TRAVEL

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Stick on a headset and instantly be transported to anywhere in the world (even universe), at any point in history, past, present or the perceivable future. Perfect for fun and education.

DECISIONS

One of the most impressive things about VR is that it gives you the power to make informed decisions. Imagine building a virtual home and customizing it to your exact preferences, before a foundation has even been laid. No more guesswork about whether a 2×2 swatch will look good on the entire floor. No more costly change orders. It makes the home building process efficient, fun, and cost-effective for all involved.

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Making Learning Fun and Interesting

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As a child you watched, listened and played. You were intrigued by colors, shapes and sounds and the only way you found out how something worked was by playing and using it. Skills2Learn’s virtual reality simulations use these basic principles of learning to produce fun, compelling and memorable end results. We engage the user with breathtaking graphics, informative audio and interactive scenarios using our 3D virtual environments to give a sense of really being there.

Theory and Practical

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To provide a full training experience, you could combine these virtual reality scenarios with the Skills2Learn e-learning solution. Use e-learning to impart the theoretical understanding and knowledge then virtual reality scenarios to test the information learned in a life-like situation to give your users the complete package. The virtual reality enables you to view the competency of your learners, see the decisions they make and how they then react to the consequences.

ARCHITECTURE AND PLANNING

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Applying virtual reality technology to architectural design and urban planning helps decision makers visualize the outcomes of proposed development and renewal. Early versions of this up-and-coming use of VR combined computer-aided design with geographic information systems to produce a virtual world in a Web browser. Now that websites can serve up fly-through reconstructions of real cities, the move to fully immersive experiences only requires the ability to incorporate the onscreen view into a VR headset. Meanwhile, augmented reality projects virtual information onto a real-world scene, incorporating new graphical objects or adding notations.

So these are some of the best and Top 6 advantages of virtual reality. Spread the news with your friends and family and yes you also watch adult movies on virtual reality 😛 .

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The future Virtual Reality World is now going to mythology because even more advanced technology is taking its place. The VOID is coming for real life experience of games for the player. A Virtual Reality based startup company at Salt Lake City in Utah has released it exciting Virtual Reality Experience demo video on youtube on 4th May.

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The company is ready to take Virtual Reality to a whole new level. In Virtual Reality Theme Park, you are not gonna just play a game but live it. You are going into the game like real and play as you actually kill a monster or alien.

“Our technology allows us to create the illusion that the player is exploring miles of terrain or incredibly tall structures without ever leaving our game pod. The end result is a physical connection to the virtual world and a sense of exploration never before possible.” By The VOID

The company is looking forward to building their theme park in 10 different locations in Utah, and when they open their Beta center, they immediately start making them. In next five-year, they are going to plan public these Theme Park in 230 locations across the US and internationally within the next 5 year.

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The VOID is talking to National Geographic for further space and underwater adventure, James Jensen said:

” We’re actually signing a deal with national geographic to do some experiences for them… [the possibilities are] endless, you can go to depths of the ocean, go to Atlantis, see crazy sea monsters at the bottom of the ocean. They were talking about maybe doing an experience where you’re jumping through portals and visiting all kinds of different places across the world, which would be kind of a cool experience, and release for our premier next year.”

The VOID company is blinding the Virtual reality with Physical Reality and building gaming platform where you can actually feel the game’s environment such as smoke, rain, hit or punch by your enemy. The Company named his Virtual Reality Theme Park is “Virtual Entertainment Centers”. For working out game’s environment, the equipment consist of three main wearable Gadgets:-

  • First is obviously Head Mounted Display(HMD)
  • Second is Rapture Gloves, Enable user to see their hand movements
  • Rapture Vest for respond when you’ve been hit or attacked.
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For making Virtual Reality even more realistic, The VOID’s physical gaming environment is enhanced with special effects and additional equipment such as smokes and a two-seat hi-tech simulator.

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The CEO of VOID company Ken Bretschneider invested $13 million for his dream project and with the help of 30 plus team members. After investing too much and money and effort the dream come true. Now everyone can experience his dream to live in a virtual reality.

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If you find this interesting why don’t you share this with your friends. Till then just wait for a opening of Virtual Reality Theme Park at side of your house.

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What is Cloud Computing Technology

Cloud Computing simply defined as a virtual online high-performance computer that provides the user, to use it in any way they want. The use of cloud computing can manipulate it, according to him. In Cloud Computing, Cloud provides the virtual computers to their users that they share with each other. This is simply a sharing network but can use differently as they want with high performance. Here you find all about What is Cloud Computing Technology.

What is Cloud Computing Technology

The history of Cloud Computing technology is a bit different from today’s cloud computing technology. Now Cloud Computing is changed and divided into three main broad service categories. According to WIKIPEDIAWhat is Cloud Computing technology depends upon these following points:-

IaaS: INFRASTRUCTURE AS A SERVICE

PaaS: PLATFORM AS A SERVICE
SaaS: SOFTWARE AS SERVICE

INFRASTRUCTURE AS A SERVICE: IaaS

infrastructure as a service (IaaS) providers supply a virtual server instance and storage online asn APIs (Application Program Interface)that let the user change the server’s locations to a virtual machine. The user can locate storage capacity and start-stop access and modify the Virtual machine as they desired. Iaas provides like AWS provide extra large, Large, Medium, Small Memory for computer instances, in addition to customised instances, for various workloads needs.

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Client computers communicating with resources located in the “cloud” – Vector cloud in sky – created using mesh tool

PLATFORM AS A SERVICE: Paas

PLatform as a service is the second category of the cloud computing service that provides the platform allowing the customers to develop, run and manage the application which they are using, without the worrying about building and maintaining the infrastructure of servers and the loads on the servers. PaaS can be delivered in two ways.

  • As a public cloud service from a provider like AWS, where consumer controls software development with minimal specification options and the Provider provide the networks, servers, storage, Operating System and the middleware software like Java runtime, .net runtime, integration, etc.) database for processing and other service to host the consumer’s application.
  • As a private service (software or applications)inside the firewall, or as a software deployed on a public infrastructure as a service.

SOFTWARE AS SERVICE: SaaS

Software as a service is a software licensing and delivering models in which software is licensed on a subscription basis and centrally hosted. The best example of SaaS is the customer care centre. All customer service centre using the same type of software for dealing with their customers but this hosted by a single platform although it also shared between the large network. SaaS is accessed using a web browser.

SaaS has become a common delivery model for many business applications, including office and messaging software, payroll processing software, DBMS software, management software, CAD software, development software, gamification, virtualization, accounting, collaboration, customer relationship management (CRM), management information systems (MIS), enterprise resource planning (ERP), invoicing, human resource management (HRM), talent acquisition, content management (CM), antivirus software, and service desk management. SaaS has been incorporated into the strategy of all leading enterprise software companies. “IBM cloud strategy”.

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SaaS is One of the biggest selling points for these companies is the potential to reduce IT support costs by outsourcing hardware and software maintenance and support to the SaaS provider.

I hope that after reading this article you have a better understanding of what cloud platform technology is. If you have a query then comment down below to clear your all queries.

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Samsung Company Announces to Open a Virtual Reality Studio in New York City

Virtual Reality Studio in New York City

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Virtual Reality  Samsung a wast venture in technology stuff .Samsung is always taking there technology future , a step ahead with there competitors . Samsung announce this news to there fan in sundance film festival last week held in park city, Utah.

Think about that a virtual reality studio and made by Samsung one of the number one company in Latest technology they also work in fordable smartphones for there smartphone geeks people who are crazy for gadgets Some news are coming that they are planning to open this virtual reality studio in there New York Samsung office .

Samsung is only the one of the first company to invest very big in virtual reality , Because they know in future virtual reality become reality and every body than tying to live in there virtual world other than there miserable real life. remember the Movie Minority Report Directed by Steven Spielberg , In this movie there is a scene where Tom Cruise steals one of the future teller and take her to his old friend , who work in a virtual reality studio in which people are killing there bosses , making millions of dollar and have romance with there favourite  Hero and Heroin but Virtually.

Samsung trying to do same but in a legal manner.Last week, Samsung also announced it will partner with the Sundance Institute for one year to help support creative filmmaking.also At Sundance, Samsung is premiering its first-ever virtual reality comedy short, Interrogation,starring Funny Or Die comedians Paul Scheer and Rob Huebel. The vendor has also signed a one-year deal with the Sundance Institute, through which it will foster filmmaking talent.

Want some Virtual Reality Experience see this video and feel the GTA 5 in first person VR Studio .

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Four big things revealed at gadget show 2016

Gadget Show 2016 :- Every year, companies and technologists attempt to show that they have seen what’s coming and that they will be there to offer it. Every year, But this this gadget show 2016 waiting a lot of people get it wrong.As in not to distant future google goggles, virtual reality, connected homes, and driverless cars is a common thing.

This year’s expectations are as big as ever. But they might also come true — there are high hopes for new industries like virtual reality and cars, but the products are already arriving too.

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A range of companies are looking to get into the game — most famously Facebook-owned Oculus with its Rift, and Samsung. And they’re all convinced that riches lie in creating a believable screen that you can strap to your face.

It might be true that virtual reality is the future, and wearing the headsets is certainly an immersive experience. But that’s also the reason why this year’s CES might be a bit of a letdown: it’s really impressive and immersive when you have the headset on, but if you’re not there it mostly looks like people wearing silly bits of plastic on their face and gurning. Virtual Reality 

The CES 2016 gadget show is about to kick off

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The future of transport might finally be arriving — according to the people who are selling it. Visions of where cars (and other vehicles) might be going vary, but most of the people who are paid to know agree that the future isn’t going to look much like it does now.goggle cars.

Expect to see all sorts of technology for adding to and eventually replacing cars. That will include everything from sophisticated in-car entertainment systems to technology that allows cars to drive themselves around.

The two will also come together in the kinds of mapping systems that are unveiled. Having good maps is absolutely essential to producing self-driving cars — but it might well turn up in your sat nav first.

Google is Making Its Self-driving Cars Drive More Like People
Carmakers are going to have a big presence and the show, and technology companies that make stuff for cars will too.

Much of the actual technology will probably either be remarkably expected (better versions of what you’ve already got) or so far into the future that it won’t be all that exciting for the moment (self-driving cars, or flying ones, or vehicles powered by something else entirely).

But given that there is such confidence that cars are going to change — even if people disagree how exactly — it’ll be worth keeping an eye on the cars shown off this week to see what might be taking you around in the future.

The Connected Home

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The connected home — also referred to as the internet of things, or the smart home — was the big theme last year. But it’s grown up a little now, and might be ready for actually putting into your house.

All tech starts ambitious. But the smart home has always been a little worrying because people don’t want to trust new and buggy products with their well-being and that of their loved ones.

Expect slightly more robust — if still silly — connected home gadgets this time around: appliances that can connect to the internet, for instance, but which still work nicely without it.
Wearables

This was the other big theme of last year’s show — the wearables came thick and fast, and chips were stuck into everything from watches, to belts, through to bikes.

The category gained extra recognition through the rest of the following year. The Apple Watch came out in April and brought wearable computers into the mainstream.

This will be the year of new ideas, perhaps. The wrist is still in its infancy, but people are working hard on it — this year we might see wearable technology coming to other parts of the body, too