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Double Tap Canada Podcast Episode 127: LIDAR Love, Remote Desktops & Zoom

Brace yourselves. The Double Tap Canada team finally get around to the long promised, or should that be threatened, task of singing the A Team theme tune. And just when you thought things couldn’t get any worse, they sing it in the bathroom.

Apples New LIDAR Sensor.

Moving on to the tech, this week the team discuss the possible implications of the new LIDAR sensor in the recently released iPad Pro. Primarily aimed for use with augmented reality, the LIDAR, or Light Detection & Range, sensor makes it possible to build a accurate 3D map on your surroundings. A cool trick for AR, meaning that digital monsters can move around objects in your environment, but just what application could this sensor have when it comes to accessibility and mobility? Also, could it help with the mainstream acceptance of smart glasses?

Working from Home.

As Steven, like many other people, is currently working from home, he shows you exactly how he’s able to access and control the computers at work from the comfort of his home. He’s using Chrome Remote Desktop, It’s surprisingly easy and accessible too.

Using Zoom Cloud Meetings.

Next, Shaun gives an overview of how to create and join meetings using the popular Zoom Cloud Meetings app. But the question is, who will he invite?

 

Useful Links from this Episode:

Chrome Remote Desktop.

Zoom Cloud Meetings.

 

Shaun Preece View All

Co-host & audio producer on the Double Tap Canada radio show. Occasional contributor to Double Tap TV, full time shed resident.

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