Image Processing, Mathematics, People

NeoVisus Video Demonstration

pretty cool, always nice to see some new things in interface interaction

Actionscript 2, Actionscript 3.0, Actionscript 3.0 _, Flash, Games, Image Processing, Mathematics, Open Source, People, Tutorials, Web developer

What’s possible in 25 Actionscript lines? Vote for favorites!

Second ever 25 lines AS contest produced 12 incredible finalists as it was expected. I will hardly decide on favourites but I surely will vote and please you do that too because this contest deserves attention. Respect for all the good word, and yes, you can have the sources too!

Finalists of the 25 lines AS contest >>>

Art, Astronomy, Design, Fun, Mathematics, People, Science, Space, Video

10 Dimensions of our world [video]

A little bit of brain exercise. Imagining the 10th dimension, or imagining dimensions above 4th which is time.

Rob Bryanton in this video explains what does 10 dimension of our world means. 1o dimensions are created by humans to describe the world they are in, taking it to the bounds of describing all possible universes within all possible times.

I wonder in how many dimension we can describe cyberspace.
If I am first dimension, connecting me to the other internet user directly is 2nd dimension (etc. email)… I’ll continue maybe one day 🙂

Applications, Business, Design, Image Processing, Mathematics, People, Science, Tech, Uncategorized, Video

Oblong g-speak – The Spatial Operating Environment

Take a look at this interesting technology, mixing futuristic user control, environment awareness and collaboration…

Oblong Industries is the developer of the g-speak spatial operating environment.

The SOE’s combination of gestural i/o, recombinant networking, and real-world pixels brings the first major step in computer interface since 1984; starting today, g-speak will fundamentally change the way people use machines at work, in the living room, in conference rooms, in vehicles. The g-speak platform is a complete application development and execution environment that redresses the dire constriction of human intent imposed by traditional GUIs. Its idiom of spatial immediacy and information responsive to real-world geometry enables a necessary new kind of work: data-intensive, embodied, real-time, predicated on universal human expertise.

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