A late night YouTube run is often just what the tech support prescribed…
As I’m sure many of you remember, I have been a fan of Microsoft Research’s Photosynth since we saw the first tech previews back in July 2006. Today I finally got some time to sit down and try it out myself. After setting up my profile on the Photosynth site and downloading and installing Photosynth,
Even though it’s a little late in the season, I couldn’t resist posting about a fun harvest time adventure for all ages – corn mazes! You can find people making them in lots of places where corn is grown (or maize for some of our readers), and of course they are often combined with those
I finally got a minute to post this video from SNL, and it’s hilarious in it own right, but also because it’s exactly what we all would do if we got a chance to play with one of these cool touch screen displays…
I just couldn’t resist another great comic from xkcd….
Katharine over at ChannelFlip games does a great job of giving a run down of Location-based Gaming for the general gaming public. She talks about the history of LBG’s (apologies if I just made that up) and location technologies, as well as a few examples of LBG’s. I have to say this was a great
In honor of the upcoming start-up of the Large Hadron Collider at CERN on Wednesday (whether or not you believe it will be the end of the world), I had to post the global YouTube hit – the Large Hadron Collider Rap. Science never sounded so hip! After you watch the rap you can take
In this week’s podcast we mention Mozilla Labs Ubiquity project and we basically say we aren’t sure what to make of it…that has a lot to do with the fact that I didn’t get a chance to look at it before we recorded. If I had, I would have been raving about it! Ubiquity isn’t
We’ve had the chance in a previous podcast interview to talk to Ian White of Urban Mapping about some of their digital products, but I really like the company’s new folding city maps that use an overlay technique to combine street, neighborhood and subway routes layers that are visible depending on what angle you look
With all the attention focusing on virtual worlds and digital modeling, it’s still cool to see large-scale physical models. One of the most awesome ones I’ve heard about has got to be Shanghai 2020, which is a complete scale model of what Shanghai will look like in 2020 if all planned development projects are completed.