Mar

25

Iterative Thinking is a Lifestyle

A student in a recent JIRA Boot Camp commented on how I described agile processes differently than a consultant her company had brought in. She noted that what I described seemed to make more sense. This got me thinking about those differences, why our approaches were different, and why it should matter. I read a […]

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Jan

14

Nexus 9, Chromebook Competitor?

As a longtime Chrome OS user and original ASUS Transformer owner, I was very intrigued when the Nexus 9 and its designed keyboard-case combo were released. I have wished for a smaller, high-resolution Chromebook for some time. This would be very handy when on the run–something Palm figured out in 2007 with the Folio. I […]

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Apr

05

The Cloud Life, Backups are for People Too

I had a real life cloud crisis moment occur this week. Fortunately some wise choices prevented disaster. The crisis was in my business but I will bridge the gap to personal very directly. This experience cemented my belief that my current cloud data strategy is correct. More importantly I stressed the system and it worked. […]

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Jan

02

Cloud Computing and Business

Over the last few years there has been a raging debate over the intelligence of cloud computing for consumers. With the success of Dropbox, Drive, et al, we see the tide has turned. Consumers are increasingly happy being seamlessly (mostly) connected to their data across their computing platforms (pc, laptop, tablet and smartphone). The current […]

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Apr

29

RE:Design/UXD Conference, San Jose 2013

Day 1 I am attending a two day conference focused on User Experience Design. At the end of the first day I can clearly say this was a valuable event even if every presenter tomorrow is really awful. You can find more information at the conference website (http://www.redesignconference.com/). I will run through the sessions and […]

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Nov

22

New System Shines At Retirement Gala

A new audiovisual system was unveiled at the retirement of sitting Missouri Farm Bureau President, Charles E. Kruse. The system features four High Definition projectors, digital audio matrix and a wireless delegate microphone system for business meetings. The conference center located at MoFB headquarters in Jefferson City is heavily utilized throughout the year. The system […]

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Nov

22

RealityEngineering (RealityCramp LLC) featured on OasisDigital.com

Software Development partner Oasis Digital highlighted the joint work done by the companies today. The site discusses the technology developed the last few years, mostly revolving around digital video. This technology was used in both the Sports Capture and Saint Louis Science Center projects.

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Oct

19

When does a web-design manual become a useful coffee table book?

When Design Meltdown publishes Volume 2 ofThe Web Designer’s Idea Book.  Available for pre-order on Amazon or atdesignmeltdown.com, and shipping in September 2011, this album of cutting-edge articles and images is carefully selected and arranged to instruct and inspire.  With chapters illustrating the use of classic and current design principles, discussing inspiration vs. plagiarism, and […]

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Jun

30

PaleoLab Opens On Schedule

The new Prep Lab at the Saint Louis Science Center opened on Friday June 25th.  The first phase includes hands on fossil activities including the ability to handle and experience large fossil specimens (up to 3 feet in length).  The three activity benches were also in heavy use.  RealityEngineering provided the technical design, project management […]

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Dec

07

Partnership with Sports Capture

A local St. Louis startup, Sports Capture, has partnered with RealityEngineering to develop the technology behind their business concept. The concept of capturing life’s moments is not new, but being able to do it in an automated, trackable way for hundreds of individuals is.  We are looking forward to developing these exciting new products.

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