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Hardware is hard – in part because entrepreneurs significantly underestimate the costs of bringing a new physical product to market. There are hidden costs like enclosures and packaging that need to be designed and manufactured, software developed, and certifications can often be required. Once successful, funding needs only continue as cash flow concerns can impede meeting orders and impinge growth. Our panel of expert hardware funders will discuss all stages of funding your hardware company and the various vehicles you can should consider as you enter your growth stages.
George Chao, moderator, Eric Ng, Ephraim Lindenbaum, Jun Deng
Geekazine LIVE! was at Hardwarecon 2019. We put together 16 great session videos for you.
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This panel addresses the scaling infrastructure, and how they are looking at 5G and Edge Cloud. These are the items that make smart cities. The ability for low-latency bandwidth that is 1,000 greater with no latency. Transformation needs changes to work. The group will look at these topics, and how they are improving hardware to […]
Podcast: Embed Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS Practice guitars come in all shapes and sizes, but I like them when they feel like a regular guitar. That is what Jammy does – gives you that real guitar feel while being able to compact itself down for travel situations. And not an acoustic guitar, […]
The market for AI products and technology is competitive and volatile. Staying competitive in this landscape requires efficiency and differentiation —driven by consistent algorithm innovation, lower power consumption, and low-latency performance. These drivers will propel AI innovation forward, but also pose a set of ubiquitous design challenges for AI developers. Ivo Bolsens, Senior Vice President […]
Podcast: Embed Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS The products at IK Multimedia continue to get better and better with time. Pioneering guitar effect and amp modeling, you can now create any tone from a Mac or PC. And the interfaces allow you to connect. IK Multimedia Axe I/O Axe I/O is a 2 […]
Tim Bajarin picks Dmitry Grishin’s brain on a variety of questions, including his involvement with the purchase of Ring to Amazon. Here are a couple key quotes from Dmitry during the chat. On Timing Your Company My company, which became pretty big, right now, number five biggest Russian company overall. So we have 150 million […]
Podcast: Embed Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS There are many phone microphones on the market, but when you’re Shure, you want to make sure it’s one of the best. The MV88+ is one of the best for videographers, and VLOGers alike. It’s more than a microphone – it’s a video kit. Sure MV88+ […]
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At NAB, I talked with the folks at Switcher Studio – a switching software device that loads up on your iPad, and iPhones, to create a multi-camera environment. I talk with Mark about this program, and all the updates for 2019.
New Features at Switcher Studio
They talked about video chat, a feature they started in January. With their team solution, they can put up to 4 remote cameras at one time.
With the next release, you will be able to grab items that other people could have made off-site. You simply choose the plus sign, go to cloud, and grab the content that was created.