Engineering Entrepreneur Podcast

Engineering Entrepreneur Podcast – Ep 119

Life Science Inventions and Patent LawKevin Buckley and Neil Thompson – Ep 119 Kevin Buckley(right) is the founders of Torrey Pines Law Group and Neil Thompson(left) is a patent agent with the firm. The firm focuses on life science inventions that often have an AI component. We discuss the differences between patent agents and patent attorneys.…

Engineering Entrepreneur Podcast

Engineering Entrepreneur Podcast – Ep 118

Youngest Person to Fly a Rocket to Space – Jordan Noone – Ep 118 Jordan Noone is the Co-Founder and General Partner of Embedded Ventures. He has had a lifelong interest in aerospace, including designing and building spaceflight hardware at age 18 while at the University of Southern California. He is also the first student…

Engineering Entrepreneur Podcast

Engineering Entrepreneur Podcast – Ep 117

Draft.Dev – Karl Hughes – Ep 117 Karl Hughes studied mechanical engineering in college but in his last year got into coding. His first job was building a blog for his college campus. From that, he worked in programming and managing writers. During the pandemic, he started his business, Draft.dev. His company writes technical posts…

Engineering Entrepreneur Podcast

Engineering Entrepreneur Podcast Ep – 116

Making a More Efficient Hot Water Heater – Tiago Bandeira – Ep 116 Tiago Bandeira is the founder of KLUGIT Energy. His first product is an electric hot water heater. The problem is that a regular hot water heater does a constant on-off cycle due to heat loss. This cycling wastes a lot of energy.…

Engineering Entrepreneur Podcast

Engineering Entrepreneur Podcast – Ep 115

Sunny is the CEO and Founder of Fulcrum. We talked mostly about ERP systems (which stands for enterprise resource planning). Most companies these days have ERP systems but many of them are not good. For example, many are not connected to the internet and therefore you would need to be at the factory to have…

The Engineering Entrepreneur

Engineering Entrepreneur Podcast – Ep 114

DPX Orion Underwater Tablet – Ali Keskin – Ep 114 Ali Keskin is the Business Manager of the company, Innovasub. Innovasub is an underwater innovative technology firm founded by the ‘Design with Divers’ perception 15 years ago. They have a new product called DPX Orion that just finished a Kickstarter Campaign. The DPX Orion is…

What is the difference between low-poly and high-poly 3D models?

Low polygon modeling refers to a 3D modeling technique that can be used to create complex models with relatively few polygons. The term low polygon is sometimes erroneously used to describe any 3D model that is designed with a limited number of polygons or one that does not feature the same level of geometric detail…

The Engineering Entrepreneur

Engineering Entrepreneur Podcast – EP 113

TangoTeams Software Development – Alex Murrey– Ep 113 Alex is the Head of North American Operations for TangoTeams, a startup that’s redefining the software development outsourcing industry. His career started at a law firm where he helped the firm implement their own software for tracking cases. Later he worked for a digital agency. At TangoTeams,…

product visualization

Why is product visualization a significant part of 3d rendering services?

Technology has grown by leaps and bounds, and we have seen many transformations that can simplify the work and complete that in a jiffy. At the same time, it is important to mention that marketing strategies are evolving. While print and electronic media are important, 3D visualization, augmented reality, and virtual reality has been a…

Engineering Entrepreneur Podcast – Ep 112

Artificial Intelligence – Peter Voss – Ep 112 Joining us today is Peter Voss, a pioneer in AI who coined the term ‘Artificial General Intelligence’ and the CEO and Chief Scientist at Aigo.ai. For the past 15 years, Voss and his team at Aigo have been perfecting an industry disruptive, highly intelligent, and hyper-personalized Chatbot,…