Canadian Architect. Oct2014, Vol. 59 Issue 10, p25-28. 4p.
RAPID prototyping, UNIVERSITIES & colleges, COMPUTER-aided design education (Higher), ARCHITECTURAL education in universities & colleges, RESEARCH teams, ARCHITECTURE students, and HIGHER education
The article discusses the teaching of digital design and fabrication at architecture schools in Canada. Topics discussed include the use of research groups and labs as part of this education, student-centered initiatives, and schools and centres involved in this education including Carleton University's Immersive Media Studio (CIMS), McGill University's School of Architecture, and the University of Manitoba's Centre for Architectural Structures and Technology (CAST).
MarketWatch: Global Round-up. October 2004, Vol. 3 Issue 10, p38-38. 1/2p.
NEW product development, RAPID prototyping, FOOD preferences, and LOW-carbohydrate diet
This article reports that analysis of new food and drink products launched in August this year against August last, seems to substantiate the widely held idea that the low carb trend is very much centered in the U.S. Its northerly neighbor Canada saw no product launches in August last year that made low carb claims, and only 24 this year. The U.S. itself however saw a surge new products making these claims, recording 209 in August 2004 against 74 twelve months previously.
NEW product development, PRODUCT management, RAPID prototyping, INDUSTRIAL research, and MANUFACTURING processes
This article informs that companies often spend $2 million to $3 million on a single new product development project, and may introduce multiple new products in a single year. Marketers continually hope to fill unmet consumer needs and wants with new and innovative product offerings to a growingly cluttered marketplace. One analysis revealed that Canadians could in fact be segmented into distinct groups from the earliest adopters to those most resistant to trying new products and adapting to change.
BUSINESS partnerships, PRINTING software, and THREE-dimensional imaging
This article reports on the partnership formed by Objet Geometries Ltd., the Israeli-based leader in three-dimensional (3D) printing for rapid prototyping and additive manufacturing, and Canadian software developer Javelin Technologies to distribute Objet three-dimensional (3D) printing solutions in Canada. Details are presented on the terms of the deal. Also provided are comments from Frank Marangell of Objet regarding the agreement.