Monthly Archives: August 2006

Robotics conference coming soon in Santa Clara…

Robotics conference coming soon in Santa Clara…

Check it out~ 🙂

via robodevelopement


Play Starcraft via a touch screen!


Here’s a Linux powered touch screen Startcraft via wine.

Wine let’s you run windows program in Linux.

FYI: VMWare can do it too. via techeblog


Supersize Your TV for $300: Build Your Own XGA Projector!

Yes, now you can build your own… via denguru

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SAMSUNG is Set to Demonstrate 4th Generation Mobile Technology

“Jeju, Korea August 30, 2006 : Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. announced its plan to demonstrate 4th Generation (4G) mobile technology at the annual Samsung 4G Forum in Jeju Island, Korea for the first time in the world. Demonstration will take place at the specially designed bus in mobile circumstances reaching 100 Mbps data transmission as well as at the display area inside forum venue to show speeds of 1Gbps of data transmission. via samsung

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Greenpeace slams Apple, Motorola and Lenovo for toxic chemicals

Yes the greener the better…”Dell and Nokia topped the list, but Apple, Motorola and Lenovo were among the worst” via engadget


Flickr google photo tagging

Here’s a cool way that you can check out pictures of certain locations before going somewhere… (Hey check it out! headquarters (or garage) is on there, see Lincoln Park?)

via make

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Google Book Search for free e-books!

Book Search BETA Check out google book search, i guess you can download all kinds of books free now! via google
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low res video to high res video technology

Hmm…this is good technology we need this for youtube…”Motion DSP is creating a simple web based interface that will significantly enhance low resolution camera phone video into surprisingly high quality stuff. It started off in 1998 as a U.S. military funded project at UC Santa Cruz. In January 2005, Professor Peyman Milanfar, the primary researcher behind the technology, co-founded Motion DSP.”via techcrunch


Skeleton Flash

Here’s a flash of a skeleton you can play around with, from a blog in Korea.

via naver