Friday, January 24, 2014

Sony's new version of visual stimulation-sony head-set

As you know- We always cover up news related to latest gadgets in the industry so today we are going to discuss with Sony's latest head phone.

As technology continues to progress, particularly that within the realm of entertainment technology, it’s becoming more and more clear that “the future” is certainly now. Decades ago, the very thought of interactive virtual reality gaming and viewing was a type of sci-fi fantasy that had not yet found a very solid foothold on the level of authenticity as it now stands today. A pioneer ship in exploring this increasingly illuminated territory is the Oculus Rift, a head-mounted virtual display system that has been gleaning a lot of attention since before its arrival on the market. But since they are never one’s to be left outside of the ring, Sony is not far behind with their own version of a virtual reality headset. The Sony entertainment gadget prototype features a head-tracker attachment in the form of a visor which is said to allow for an intensely immersive visual gaming experience.
While Sony’s initial headset offering, the HMZ-T3W, which was primarily marketed as a video-viewing apparatus, has been in the market as of September 2013, the newer enhanced version is much more interactive and involved with powerful gaming engagement potential. After slipping the display visor over your eyes and preparing yourself for virtual reality engagement, another world is suddenly revealed. Sony has created a device that generates a virtual 750-inch viewing screen over the user’s eyes that’s also appropriately accompanied with quality, cinematic-level surround sound. But the kicker is the head-tracker, which was showcased during CES 2014, bringing a new plane of gaming experience into reality. Positioned just behind the user’s head, the head-tracker is said to be acutely responsive to the gamer’s movements.
Sony's latest head phone
The upgraded Sony headset is prized on its highly immersive abilities, and although many might still understandably be wary of the possible gimmicky “virtual reality-ness” in reference to the actual visual disposition of the screen images, it has been noted that Sony’s model has taken digital imagery to a whole new level with crisp, sharp depictions and that one can quickly adapt to its unique offering.
Not everyone is hopping on the Sony train, however, and many testers and critics still hail the Oculus Rift as the top virtual reality offering on the market to date. Some reviewers note that the new Sony HMZ-T3W visuals are actually not as engaging since it is still equipped with 1280×720 OLED displays for both eyes and only offers a 45 degree field of viewing. This is apparently that same as the preceding version, and has been looked down on as a bit of a disappointment. Having distinguished its use of HDMI 1.4(a) frame packaging method in reference to stereoscopic 3D support allowing for PlayStation 3, and potentially PS4, console compatibility, the Oculus Rift may still out-gun Sony’s new device within the PC gamer crowd.
Sony HMZ head phone

While Sony has yet to release any info as to when and if their new head-tracker headset will become available on the public market, antsy gamers can now get their hands on the regular model for approximately $999.
About Author 
Ezra Melino is an all-around-geek turned serious blogger out of North Carolina who not-so-secretly relishes an in-print love affair with everything from technology and multimedia entertainment to film and uverse. He has written for and managed multiple tech blogs that are devoted to exploring new technological developments all around the world. 

Thursday, January 16, 2014

The Right Approach to Increasing the ASP.NET Productivity

.NET has been in existence from quite a while now. But even if you have been with this platform from the beginning, you find yourself treading some new territories all the time. ASP.NET development is a widespread technological platform that keeps tossing up stuff for you to learn and get used to. While its extensive libraries and extensions make it all the more difficult to keep in mind every aspect related to the platform, the regular updates make sure even the most experienced of professionals are on the same ground as those with few years of experience in ASP.NET development services

The ensuing sermon is dedicated to some such tools or ground rules you need to have in your kitty for a more productive ASP.NET application development: 

Segregate Must-have tools from the Useful Ones 
In application development, you can’t have a bit of everything. ASP.NET throws at you a whole gamut of wonderful tools that can help you create slick and accomplished applications. The features they hold give you a belief that the final product can help you invade the market. However, such an ambition can affect the speed of your application in the long run. If you have been packing the applications with too many capabilities, stretching its scope to the very limit, you might as well find it crawling once it is installed on a device. In fact, it might lead to more application breakdowns and terrible user experience, in the worst case scenario. While it is great if you have a formula-smashing audacity to build applications with features of the highest degree, but getting caught up in the excitement might leave you wanting for too much and achieving too little. 

Keep the Version controls with You 
There is no dearth of programmers who have learnt it the hard way that removing the version controls as soon as they finished a task isn’t a very wise thing to do. Once you go ahead and delete those versions, recreating those will mean investing a bulk of time which otherwise would have been utilized more intelligently elsewhere. Saving version controls might eat up a little additional space, but it is an investment in value. You can also make use of few command line interfaces like Git which is compatible across different platforms. Using it is a breeze and it facilitates a pretty robust integration with Visual Studio as well. 

The Developer Tools of Browsers 
You cannot undermine their importance, not even a bit. Some browser development tools have the habit of making the standard development tools look absurdly insignificant. A browser like Firefox or Google Chrome boasts of several development tools that leapfrog the imagination and lend you with software suite that is capable of addressing the most apprehension-triggering facets of development. Handling CSS and Javascript becomes quite an easy prospect. 
Smart handling of the suite of ASP.NET tools helps you display a mastery on application development. And if you decide to break the shackles and get a little creative, the application’s scope is only headed north. 

About Author 
Peter Milar is a prolific writer, who brings to the table a quantum of knowledge and creative writing skills. He works for Xicom Technologies, a market leader in the field of Hire ASP.NET Developer.

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