On International Women’s Day, we sat down with Raji Sivakumar, an extraordinary woman in tech and COO of Appearition. We gathered valuable insights on company culture, immersive technology, innovation, and the key to succeeding as a woman in the field.
Enterprises who are looking to create new immersive experiences through AR/VR applications will now be able to do so faster, cost effectively, and at scale with 5G and Edge Computing.
As women in the technology field we have often been asked plenty of questions of what we actually do and it’s not uncommon that others are shocked when we renounce that we work in technology. Statistics show that female representation working in the technology industry is only approximately 25%.
Appearition was very fortunate to have the opportunity to chat with the insightful and thought-provoking Antonio Grasso to chat about all things digital transformation, digital technology adoption and the rapid development of technologies enabling it’s users to perform powerful tasks.
Blockchain technology allows digital information to be distributed but not copied’. It’s a growing list of records, called blocks, which are linked using cryptography. Outside of the widely known ‘Bitcoin’ application, blockchain as a technology has lots to offer for several industries. Appearition’s Developers Simon Galanakis and Sujanth Sebamalaithasan talk about the technology, its application and the future:
There is no doubt that digital technologies make our life easier. Up until now, digital technology has been dominating every aspect of our lives, except for education. Times are changing, and digital technology is advancing to change the education sector for all the right reasons. The traditional learning environment is now enhanced due to the digital transformation that’s available.
The process of adding Easter eggs inside projects is about creating informal inside jokes very well hidden, which aren’t usually revealed to clients or users. Most often, those do find about them by themselves after doing unexpected actions on the application, such as going through fake walls, series of key presses, opening the application at a specific location and/or time, etc.