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Valve’s Index VR Headset to Arrive in Mid-June

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WASHINGTON – Valve’s teaser for new VR headset, the Valve Index which released last week of March revealed that it would arrive in the month of June this year. The company has shown more information will be revealed in May. The product page on which this teaser has been released is very much similar to that of the headset which leaked last year. In the teaser, many new details about the headset’s design are clearly visible. The headset has an open-back design with integrated headphones. Also, its front looks better than its previous version with two sensors on the front which hints at inside-out feature in it. At its bottom, some faint outline of circles could be seen which means it also encompasses outside-in trackers. Apart from this, an interpupillary distance slider (IPD) is also visible at the bottom of the headset.

The placeholder text on the headset product page indicates that it is not a legitimate release by the company. There are not sufficient details available on the official page of the headset company which hints that the information on the leaked product page might not be genuine. The other details visible on the headset includes Display Port 1.2 and USB 3.0 along with a power ac adapter. Valve says it has Nvidia GTX 1070 GPU in it. Still, there is nothing to be said clearly till now, as the company’s official website shows that the complete details will be out in May 2019. Since the headset shipping would start on 15 June so this early revelation could be a mistake from the company. There is more to know about this in the May month.

Earlier, it was expected that Value would back down on VR as the company had been associated with HTC as the latter had released Vive headsets in collaboration with Valve. But with this new revelation, it has been quite clear that both the companies are drifting apart from each other. It is not right to comment on anything about features as the actual picture will be out in May only.

From television to the internet platform, Jonathan switched his journey in digital media with Bigtime Daily. He served as a journalist for popular news channels and currently contributes his experience for Bigtime Daily by writing about the tech domain.

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Net Insight Allows LinkedIn Corp to Produce Corporate Videos

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STOCKHOLM – LinkedIn Corp, the world’s largest professional network has started using Net Insight’s Nimbra-based media network to cover its office in Manhattan, New York. It not only covers the Empire state building on Manhattan in New York, but also the studios in Sunnyvale in California. With the help of Net Insight’s media network, LinkedIn will be able to produce internal corporate videos and also other live videos for professional networking platform. This would ensure a high quality of corporate video production between the central control room and multiple studios.

It is an important component for delivering live content with better quality at both remote as well as home-based production level. With the use of less number of resources, it will result in a major technology shift which would not only contribute to increasing the reliability and capability but it would also make the process flexible. Due to the seamless production workflow, it will be possible to transport camera feeds between studios and central production facility in different geographical areas.

Gary Schneider, Manager of the Broadcasting unit at LinkedIn Corp said that with the help of Net Insights’s solution, it has become possible to produce shows with the host. With the help of the host, they are now able to interview people in Sunnyvale and this interaction is seamless with a low-latency. He said, in the coming future, there will be a plan to use reliable and high-quality Nimbra for other locations in the world.

Henrik Sund, the CEO of Net Insight has also expressed his happiness about the use of Nimbra’s technology in remote/at-home corporate video production services of the LinkedIn Corp. He said that LinkedIn has got the benefit of uplifting the remote/at-home production due to Nimbra’s solutions. Also, Henrik said the demand for this new technology of Nimbra has been increasing to boost the potential as well as to improve the quality and efficiency.

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