Puffy cloud is a type of procedural texture, used for faking volumetric objects, by way of multiple layers of fractal noise generated pixels, layered one atop the other, to simulate voxels.
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A BBC article looking at the rise of the smart car – AI driven cars that will soon be able to communicate with cloud services for traffic control, communicate with the humans on board, and work in flocks to drive themselves with consideration (and a degree of literal mind-reading) of each other's positions and goals.
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Microsoft chief executive Steve Ballmer said Wednesday that the technology giant that built a fortune with packaged software is betting the future of computing is in the Internet "cloud."
"Cloud computing represents the ne...
Cloud computing presents inherent privacy dangers, because the cloud provider can see a customer's data and leased computational apparatus, known as "virtual machines." New research suggests that as long as the cloud can see things, it m...
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Japan's Fujitsu said Friday it aimed to generate 1.5 trillion yen (17 billion dollars) in revenue from its global cloud computing business by March 2016, making it a cornerstone of its strategy.
Japan's biggest IT service p...
The US government took a leap into a cloud computing future on Tuesday, opening up an online storefront where agencies can purchase the Internet-based services.
"Why should the government pay for and build infrastructure tha...