The Big Think

May 10, 2005


Filed under: Humor and Fun — jasony @ 12:42 pm


The Real Virtual Car

Filed under: Humor and Fun — jasony @ 12:30 pm

These guys reworked an old wrecked car into a rad input device for their racing games.


Filed under: Humor and Fun — jasony @ 12:27 pm

The spooky expressionless girl.

People Unclear on the Concept

Filed under: Technology — jasony @ 12:24 pm

via Reuters:

Dutch police arrested six activists on Sunday who said they wanted to enter President Bush’s Netherlands hotel and look for the suitcase which allows him to activate nuclear weapons.

“We heard Bush carries a nuclear suitcase and can push the red button at any time to set off atomic weapons. We find this extremely shocking,” said Leo de Groot, a spokesman for the activist group.

It’s a good thing people like this don’t have access to the “football”. If they had any knowledge at all, they’d know that there are incredible safeties that keep any one person from pushing the button.

Virtual Camera

Filed under: Technology — jasony @ 12:11 pm

Word’s cannot describe this. If you have bittorrent, you have to download the 63mb video and watch the examples.
In short, this technology gives you a picture of the scene from the point of view of the light by essentially following the photons backwards and using some heavy number crunching to determine what they see. So what, you say? Well, watch the video to be blown away.


Filed under: Computing — jasony @ 12:02 pm

This looks interesting. Greasemonkey is a Firefox addition that does some cool things, like adding a list of competitive booksellers’ prices straight into Amazon pages, or adding the contents of your local library’s card catalog to an Amazon page. Woof.

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