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By LeeSr on 7/23/2009 2:25 AM
I'd like to take a moment to discuss where video technology will take us in the next decade with movies. Let's start by looking where we've been and where we are.... In the dawn of the TV era, the only movies we could enjoy on TV were those broadcast from TV stations. In the late 60s/early 70s came cable and the "pay channel" stations, which revolutionized TV by bringing commercial-free, first run movies into your living room... but even that was a short-lived revolution, as the video tape recorder made its debut. We all know the battle between Betamax and VHS, and for a little more than a decade after VHS won that battle, tape ruled. Laserdisc, a superior (though still "analog") technology was relegated as a sideline, due to its inability to record and higher cost. DVD came along in the mid 90s, and finally started overtaking VHS by 2000. DVD offered a clear difference in quality, didn't require rewinding, and (barring scratches and dirt) played the same the hundredth time as it did on the first. Today, our...
By LeeSr on 7/5/2009 5:35 PM

Sorry there haven't been many updates.... I've been busy with a lot of things.

 

Here's a great special from National Geographic on the 4th of July. Enjoy!

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By LeeSr on 5/25/2009 2:35 PM
This is always cool.... hacking hardware, "old-school". I love the idea of a community lab, and this is just very cool. I imagine digging through the tables a tthe San Jose flea market and plopping gear onto a table and building "something" interesting.



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By LeeSr on 4/28/2009 11:29 PM

Interesting, but the video's description doesn't offer much insight. I have to assume there is more than just H2O in these beakers.

Still, fascinating stuff.

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By LeeSr on 4/9/2009 12:39 PM

Probably would do a better job on my lawn than my teenager could do. This lawn mower is controlled by a Wii-mote using a computer controlled system, combined with GPS.

 

By LeeSr on 3/15/2009 2:41 PM
Dr. John Taylor created the Corpus Clock with a "Chronophage" marking time on an escape wheel. The time is displayed using LED lighting, as we see the passage of a second, ending in a slight pause as the current second is marked on the clock. The clock's creator explains in better detail:



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By LeeSr on 3/9/2009 10:19 PM
This time, it's Sun Microsystems' "Starfire" vision from 1993, with a look ten years into the futue. About the one thing it got "right" is the idea of PowerPoint presentations, but most of it is laughable, and some of it was downright disturbing, like the surveillance of her secretary. Telepresence was a bit overkill, as was the bizarre retro (looked more like something from Space:1999) desk. Sure, we have bigger monitors with LCD flat screens, but Starfire's technology somehow seems "messier" for all of its design sterility.



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By LeeSr on 3/8/2009 9:28 PM
Virtual reality... in your own hands! Amazing technology, something we've seen the JApanese play with, but now free from GE's web site. Check it out:

 



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By LeeSr on 2/13/2009 3:39 PM
Looks like Fujifilm is bringing a true 3-D digital camera to the market sometime this year - and get this: it has a 3-D LCD display!

Now if only it offered buffered HD video imaging and some amount ot optical zoom, it would definitely go on my wish list!



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By LeeSr on 2/11/2009 8:26 PM
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The technology of Batman... there are two others, one on Superman and another on Spiderman. This one looked like it was the most realistic:













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By LeeSr on 1/30/2009 12:41 AM
The intel i7s certainly look good, but here's AMD's entry, the new Phenom II, and what it lacks in processing efficiency of the intel processor, it makes up for in its ability to overclock. As a bonus, it runs on the AM2+ platform, so many people can upgrade with a simple BIOS flash.



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By LeeSr on 1/26/2009 12:10 AM
This is pretty cool... the presenters have developed a way to enhance videos both "spatially" (resolution) and "temporally" (slowing down), by using a hybrid combination of low-res video frames with hi-res stills shot from a nearby (as in directly next to it) digital camera at a much lower frame rate... the result is that they are able to warp and map the hi-res detail into the video. Essentially, you could take a standard definition video, and turn it into High Definition video simply by integrating a few interspersed frames of high resolution frames.

Ah... just watch the video:



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By LeeSr on 1/15/2009 11:49 PM

These TED discussions are always fascinating.

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By LeeSr on 1/13/2009 1:59 PM
Mark Gormley probably could have used this, but then again, maybe we should keep him away from any songmaking tools...

This looks interesting. I've wondered why there weren't more tools like this. I used to have a tool that would allow you to hum into a microphone, and it would compose the tune with midi.

The commercial is pretty cheesy, but you can try it yourself at Microsoft's beta site.



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By LeeSr on 1/6/2009 8:08 PM
What you are seeing is not a flag, but a speaker. There is no wind, and the music is being played though that speaker...it's made of carbon nanotubes - the stuff that may, one day, allow us to build a space elevator. In the meantime, however, scientists are developing all sorts of odd things with the technology, which is a good thing, because if a factory in China puts these things out in large quantities, it will increase our abiity to manufacture more complex structures, perhaps giving us the ability to create the thousands of kilometers of "tether" we'll need to provide easy transportation into Earth's orbit.



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By LeeSr on 1/1/2009 2:32 PM

The Evolution of Technology

 

 

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By LeeSr on 12/31/2008 10:20 AM

Now you can pretend to be Marty McFly in the future with a spiffy hoverboard

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By LeeSr on 12/29/2008 10:03 AM

Pretty impressive clip, nicely done.

 

 

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By LeeSr on 12/26/2008 10:22 AM

What's more to add?

Nice project... I'd probably have made the scanning part quicker with some image processing to sort the patterns. Still, pretty cool.

 

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Pretty cool introduction to what the Hubble is all about.

 


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By LeeSr on 12/21/2008 8:22 PM
IN TESLA’S LABORATORY.

 

Here in the dark what ghostly figures press !—

No phantom of the Past, or grim or sad ;

No wailing spirit of woe ; no spector, clad

In white and wandering cloud, whose dumb distress

Is that its crime it never may confess ;

No shape from the strewn sea ; nor they that add

The link of Life and Death — the tearless mad,

That live nor die in dreary nothingness :

 

 

But blessed spirits waiting to be born —

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By LeeSr on 12/20/2008 11:42 AM

New Scientist is featuring an article about a recreation of the fabled "Antikythera Mechanism". This is the fascinating device which was found in some ancient wreckage off of Antikythera. Apparently, it was built by the famed mathemetician Archimedes.

Here is a short video about it:

By LeeSr on 12/18/2008 7:27 PM
OK, this is pretty cool, but they are still pretty expensive. Last month, Mitsubishi came out with a 65" Laser/DLP TV. No more lamp replacements, and the TV quality won't fade over time. Best of all, it provides the more color than ever before seen on a TV screen. I've been waiting for these to hit the market for over a year now, but I'm disappointed that they cost far more than the figures thrown around when they were first announced. I sound like a commercial, don't I?

Well, there may be a downside (beside the US$7k price) - the jury is still out as to whether or not the LaserVue is safe to watch, since it is basically a laser, reflected by a DLP Chip (a digital mirror) to a diffusing screen. Mitubishi claims that there are no harmful side effects to watching their new TV. I think I'll take the risk if somebody wants to get me one for Christmas, heh, heh.

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