Augmented Reality Un-Technology

| April 26, 2018

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What is un-technology and how will it change the workplace? Learn more from this infographic! Lampix uses the power of computer vision combined with high definition video projection to provide a dazzling digital experience without the use of screens right on your desk.

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Atomic Cartoons

Award-winning Atomic Cartoons, a Thunderbird Entertainment company, is a full-service animation studio located in Vancouver’s busy Animation District. Atomic creates, produces and finances animation for distribution across multiple channels. Atomic Cartoons’ is an artist's studio that includes some of Canada’s most creative animators, directors and producers. Adept at multiple genres and animation styles, Atomic Cartoons is recognized internationally as one of the leading animation studios in North America.

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Atomic Cartoons

Award-winning Atomic Cartoons, a Thunderbird Entertainment company, is a full-service animation studio located in Vancouver’s busy Animation District. Atomic creates, produces and finances animation for distribution across multiple channels. Atomic Cartoons’ is an artist's studio that includes some of Canada’s most creative animators, directors and producers. Adept at multiple genres and animation styles, Atomic Cartoons is recognized internationally as one of the leading animation studios in North America.

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