now this is cool. Holographic TV, look at the pics, the image looks like it's just floating there! Still not cheaper than a wall mounted plasma tho.
gizmag Article: Claro's Holographic Television System
For the space cadet in all of us. Now we can see what it would be like to spin around on the moon until you get dizzy... thanks to quicktime VR...
Apollo 11 - 17 Mission First man on the Moon - Fullscreen QTVR photo from panoramas.dk
Of course these images are difficult to stitch as the astronauts did
not know anything about interactive panoramas and the stitching methods
which would come 25 years later. Bookmark this page and return to see
the rest of the panoramas.
And while you wait for them - there are
many other panoramas at panoramas.dk - Mt Everest, Mars, Eiffel Tower,
New Year at Times Square and more than 150 others.
I was wondering how to quickly and easily deliver all the new baby photos to the whole family in as few steps and as few peices of paper as possible. It looks like the solution has been found... Make a life poster with iPhoto...
The Mike Matas Blog: How to make a Life Poster
Now this is cool. Opening the Tivo to thrid party developers, letting them develop applications that work with Tivo, this is very good news. Check out the sample pics to see what's to come.
Now if only they'd roll out the upgrade to my machines.
TiVo Home Media Engine SDK
Here are some screenshots of HME in action. This is exactly how HME
will appear on your TV. Unfortunately, screenshots don't really convey
the whole story because most HME applications use animation.