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Testers Wanted – Nintendo Virtual Reality

Posted by who am I On January - 14 - 2009

This is a live-action performance from the annual Carnegie Mellon University Entertainment Technology Center’s (http://www.etc.cmu.edu) Building Virtual Worlds Show. The performance is from December 6th, 2006, and students have TWO weeks to brainstorm, develop, and implement a virtual world, which in this case, was required of us to make an entertaining experience for a large audience.

The performance is given in McConomy Auditorium in Carnegie Mellon, via the technology of the Playmotion (http://www.playmotion.com). The playmotion is a motion sensor technology that receives data on the user’s head and two hands.

Members of the team include:
Paul Capriolo (programmer), PaulCapriolo.com
M.E. Chung (designer/props/fx), lizchung.com
Carlos Pineda (audio/stage/script), pinedsman.com
Jake Rheinfrank (artist), imagecubed.com

Nintendo DSi Hands-On

Posted by who am I On January - 14 - 2009

Craig walks your through some of the cool features of the new Nintendo DS redesign.

The future of energy

Posted by who am I On January - 6 - 2009

Oct. 5 – A technology and innovation explosion cold be on the horizon as U.S. businesses look for new ways to deliver eco-friendly energy. Some say it could look a lot like the internet boom. A technology and innovation explosion could be on the horizon as US businesses look for new ways to deliver energy across the country. Manoush Zomorodi reports.

Join the Virtual Army

Posted by who am I On January - 6 - 2009

The US Army uses new technology to entice recruits. A life sized video game rolls into towns to give people a little taste of what war could be like

Ethanol Powered Fuel Cells : DigInfo

Posted by who am I On January - 6 - 2009

DigInfo – http://movie.diginfo.tv

Kyushu Institute of Technology research group proposes using ethanol as a direct fuel in next-generation fuel cells.

Ethanol powered fuel cells up to now have had a number of drawbacks including low catalytic performance, poor fuel cell efficiency, and a decrease in open voltage due to ethanol crossover when the ethanol concentration was increased to boost efficiency. The Kyushu University research group is proposing the use of a direct ethanol fuel cell to address these problems.

First, it is possible to boost the fuel cell performance while operating at room temperature by using oxidized nanoparticles as the anode catalyst. Next a composite catalyst is used for the cathode catalyst. This arrangement curbs the decrease in the open voltage caused by ethanol crossover, and makes it possible to use a highly concentrated ethanol solution.

Researchers are looking to develop a commercially feasible low-load fuel cell that uses ethanol, a renewable fuel, as a direct fuel.

Diggnation – Episode 167 – Coolest Diggnation Contest Ever!!

Posted by who am I On January - 6 - 2009

How Digg Works: New Digg Technology Blog, Show Me Your Genitals Pt. 2, One Badass Book Scanner, The 65 MPG Ford that the U.S. Can’t Have, Higher and Higher!

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Baba now has a Twitter Account

Posted by who am I On January - 6 - 2009

Baba now has a Twitter Account
www.Twitter.com/Datta
This new technology will make Datta’s teachings available sooner and on different media like cell phones, black berry…

Name: Dattatreya Siva Baba
http://www.PathofMiracles.com
http://www.Astroved.com
http://TripuraFoundation.org
http://www.SivaBaba.org
http://MindSoundTechnology.com
MySpace: http://tinyurl.com/yuydz2

Panasonic Bluetooth Phone Kit

Posted by who am I On January - 6 - 2009

Panasonic’s Bill Taylor describes Panasonic’s phone kit that uses Bluetooth technology to enable you to connect your cell phone to a home handset. You can connect multiple handsets to your cell phone at home using Panasonic’s Bluetooth phone kit. How does Panasonic’s Bluetooth phone kit work?

Nostalgic review of mini-discs

Posted by who am I On January - 6 - 2009

The Boys Toys team look at the ‘latest’ technology ten years ago. Here the girls review that cutting edge technology – the mini disc.

OMRON SOFTWARE Mobile OmCR : DigInfo

Posted by who am I On January - 6 - 2009

DigInfo – http://www.diginfo.tv

At Embedded Technology 2008, Omron exhibited its OmCR, an optical character recognition software that can identify and translate text from a picture. This system can be used on cell phones and computers.

Up till now, OCR progams had difficulty recognizing characters in poor lighting or complex images. This program is intended for translating billboards and signs, menus, business cards and websites.

The Mobile OmCR can be equipped on various equipment and Omron plans on developing androids, iPhones, various cell phones and embedded equipment which support this software.

Currently OmCR is set to translate to Japanese.

Urban Ninja

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Sneezing Panda

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Swing Fail

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