Carnegie Mellon University researchers have developed what they're calling a "surprisingly simple method" for identifying visually similar images that don't match at the pixel level.
BenchPrep has released OpenPrep, a new tool that features access to thousands of educational videos and resources.
Adobe has launched six new apps for the Android platform, including a new version of Photoshop optimized specifically for Android-based tablets.
With a few dozen high-end Mac digital media workstations serving about 1,000 students a year, Yale's Digital Media Center for the Arts has seen its share of data overload, not to mention storage catastrophes for students along the way. As part of an effort to overcome at least some of those challenges, the center consolidated storage in a centralized system, reducing the number of hard drives down to one while still delivering all the capacity those digital media students need.
DAM: Academics can now curate and maintain image collections that will complement their institution’s digital assets.
CT asked media industry pioneer David Tochterman about a unique LA Semester program based at Syracuse University’s West Coast-Los Angeles campus that gives entertainment media students real-world, onsite exposure to the entertainment industry capital while using new media to model professional communications and industry trends.
Berkeley College has selected Courseload, Inc. to provide digital material for the college’s online academic program.
Adobe is now bundling Photoshop Elements 10 and Premiere Elements 10, the most-recent versions of its photo-editing and video-editing software, for users of both Windows and Mac OS X.
Adobe has debuted a new tool designed to allow InDesign users to build apps for iOS devices from their interactive books, brochures, and other publications created with InDesign CS5.5.
Consumer IT and student expectations are bearing down on higher ed, whether it’s ready or not.