Saturday, April 27, 2013

The new Blender 2.67 release will come with ...

The new Blender 2.67 release note can be used now with this new features:

Compositing Nodes

Cycles Rendering

Motion Tracker

Paint System Refactoring

Changes for Usability, tools, interface

FreeStyle - NPR Render

3D Printing Toolset

You can download a release candidate build for testing here .

Linux binaries for Synfig version 0.64.0 the latest candidate 3

The team of Synfig told us about the latest candidate:

For those who impatient about the upcoming release, we providing a testing linux binaries with the most features inside!
Please check out this forum thread, install and test.
Note: Yes, the version in package number still says 0.63.05, but it doesn't really matter, believe us.
I got this error with my old fedora distro:
synfigstudio: symbol lookup error: /opt/synfig/lib/ undefined symbol: pixman_image_composite32

The new AMD Catalyst - Linux x86 and x86_64

AMD has released a new graphics proprietary driver for Linux.

The new feature of Catalyst 13.4 for Linux supports all Radeon HD 5000/6000/7000 videocards.

You can download Catalyst 13.4 for Linux from here.

The new Catalyst 13.4 for Linux is an OpenGL 4.2 - GL_VERSION: 4.0.12217 Core Profile Context 12.104 driver.

Thursday, April 25, 2013

New Intel HTML5 Development Environment on my Fedora.

Intel has launched a developer platform to make it super-easy to create apps based on HTML5.

You can use the Intel XDK to build HTML5 web applications or for all of the major App Stores.

The new environment is available free of licensing fees and other costs.

Also you need to install Google Chrome first if you it's not already on your laptop or desktop.

I test it on my Fedora linux distro and it's working well.

Saturday, April 20, 2013

Use SpiderGL to test your shaders ...

SpiderGL is a JavaScript 3D Graphics library which relies on WebGL for realtime rendering.

You can test it online using your browser using this website.

The website allow you to write shaders and also rendering the output.

Read more about shaders tutorial here.

NAO control with LEAP MOTION

The NAO sur Seine monthly meetings are usually an opportunity to see cool innovations. After controlling NAO with a Neurosky headset, our Paris user group met in March for a crazy demo that we had to keep secret until it was publicly released at Devoxx France, where it has been a tremendous success.

Tuesday, April 16, 2013

LibreOffice 4.0.2 without SFTP .

The SSH File Transfer Protocol (also Secure File Transfer Protocol, or SFTP) is a network protocol that provides file access, file transfer, and file management functionalities see wikipedia.
The LibreOffice 4.0.2 has same problem with SFTP.
If you want to upload over internet using Web Wizzard the only way is FTP.
And just the FTP without SFTP.
This can be one of the problem, because many admins working with SFTP.

Monday, April 15, 2013

The 4.0.2 branch of LibreOffice .

The Document Foundation (TDF) announces the third release from the 4.0.2 branch of LibreOffice.

LibreOffice is made available by volunteers around the globe, backed by a charitable Foundation.

The Document Foundation is a charitable Foundation under German law, founded on February 17th, 2012.
Read more about advanced features.

How it's working with Fedora 10:  read more about installing on this tutorial.

Saturday, April 6, 2013

Mozilla and Samsung with the new way in browsers development.

Mozilla told us about the new browser way and you can read more about this on mozilla blog.
The big question is : Why Rust?
Most of the people know the Rust come with version 0.6. So can be more powerful ?
Seam this is true.
Rust is the perfect choice for this endeavor because of its built-in security features and precise hardware control.
Now Mozilla make big steps with Firefox OS.
Also the linux distro will be update with this new browser?
Let's see: Opera joining Google and Apple to use Webkit , Microsoft has Internet Explorer and Mozilla with Firefox.
I wonder : this is good or not ?

Thursday, April 4, 2013

Why I love another browser

I have some feelings about IE . I like my browser and with the next article show us the true.

Microsoft's next version of Internet Explorer might just support WebGL, a standard for accelerated 3D graphics on the Web that the company previously has attacked as a security risk.

A leaked version of the next version of Windows, code-named Blue, came with a version of IE11, and developer's scrutiny of the browser shows evidence of WebGL.

"It seems like WebGL interfaces are defined but not functional at this time," said Web developer and author Francois Remy in a blog post this week. That means that the IE11 build has some infrastructure in place to support WebGL, but lacks actual support at this stage.

If you want read more here.