Facial mocap comes to Unreal Engine via new iPhone app – Engadget

Facial mocap comes to Unreal Engine via new iPhone app – Engadget

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To support collaborative work, Live Link Face uses multicast networking to synchronize with multiple devices at once. Developers promise “robust timecode support and precise frame accuracy” to further support multi-device synchronization. The “tentacle sync” feature allows the app to connect with a master clock on stage.The post doesn’t mention whether an Android equivalent app is…
Apple Seeds First Betas of iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 to Public Beta Testers – MacRumors

Apple Seeds First Betas of iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 to Public Beta Testers...

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Apple today seeded the first public betas of upcoming iOS and iPadOS 14 updates to its public beta testing group, two weeks after first providing the updates to developers after the WWDC keynote and a day after seeding the second developer betas. Public beta testers who have signed up for Apple's beta testing program can…

We Play Paper Mario: The Origami King – Favorite Moments! – Nintendo

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Dell’s new XPS desktop has a refreshed design and Intel’s 10th Gen processors – The Verge

Dell’s new XPS desktop has a refreshed design and Intel’s 10th Gen processors –...

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Dell has given a facelift to its XPS desktop, resulting in a smaller and far more appealing chassis than the previous iteration. The biggest changes are easy to spot, including making half of the case’s front just a big air intake to keep it cool. Dell also realigned the front I/O panel consisting of three…
Canon announces the EOS R5, an 8K-shooting pro mirrorless camera – The Verge

Canon announces the EOS R5, an 8K-shooting pro mirrorless camera – The Verge

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Canon has announced the EOS R5, by far the highest-end mirrorless camera it’s ever made. Following Canon’s solid entry into full-frame mirrorless with 2018’s EOS R and last year’s cheaper EOS RP, the R5 is a serious pro-level flagship with a price tag to match. At $3,899 without a lens, this is now Canon’s second…
What Comes After Switch? Nintendo Discusses Plans For Future Game Consoles – Nintendo Life

What Comes After Switch? Nintendo Discusses Plans For Future Game Consoles – Nintendo Life

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© Nintendo LifeThe Switch has been on the market for just over three years at this point, and while it still has a good few years of life left in it, Nintendo will no doubt have half an eye on the future. We already know about Sony and Microsoft's plans for the next-generation, but what…
Fujifilm’s macOS webcam tool is out now – The Verge

Fujifilm’s macOS webcam tool is out now – The Verge

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Fujifilm has released its software that lets you use X-series mirrorless cameras as a webcam for your Mac. The Fujifilm X Webcam tool was initially released for Windows computers in May; Fujifilm later said a Mac version would follow in mid-July. Fujifilm X Webcam works with the X-T200, X-A7, X-H1, X-Pro2, X-Pro3, X-T2, X-T3, and…
Microsoft Teams unleashes a flood of new features for video meetings – SlashGear

Microsoft Teams unleashes a flood of new features for video meetings – SlashGear

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Video conferences are the in thing these days and almost everyone is trying to grab a piece of that juicy pie. Originally designed to take on Slack, Microsoft’s Teams platform has now jumped on board a train that Slack has so far been unable to catch up with. As use cases for video meetings grow,…

Are More Expensive Next-Gen Games Justified? – Unlocked – IGN

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Phone makers are breaking your favorite apps with reckless changes to Android’s power optimization features – Android Police

Phone makers are breaking your favorite apps with reckless changes to Android’s power optimization...

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Power management on Android has always been a problem. Though Google has done what it can over the years to improve battery life (successfully, I'd argue), some smartphone manufacturers don't think it's enough. Many of them make their own adjustments on top of so-called "stock" Android, and, in a lot of cases, these extra changes…