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A journey through time

January 25, 2010

EUTUBE | Europe can celebrate 25 years of successful funding of Research in the area of Information and Communication Technologies.

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“New York Nearest Subway” augmented reality iPhone 3GS app by acrossair

January 25, 2010

“acrossair brings you ‘Nearest Tube’, one of the first augmented reality apps to go live in the iPhone AppStore. The app tells New Yorkers where their nearest subway station is via their iPhones video function. When you load the app, holding it flat, all lines of the New York subway are displayed in colored arrows. By tilting the phone upwards, you will see the nearest stations: what direction they are… read more

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Esquire’s augmented reality issue

January 25, 2010

Esquire augmented reality issue

Esquire Editor David Granger demos the interactive magazine. Download the AR app here.

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Esquire | “Welcome to the Esquire augmented reality issue

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Project Natal interactive Milo demo

January 25, 2010

“Peter Molyneaux gives us a look at Milo, which uses Project Natal for amazing interaction with an on-screen character.”

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Project Natal demo for Xbox 360

January 25, 2010

Video Source: Xbox

Micro and nanotechnologies are revolutionizing medicine

January 25, 2010

EUTUBE | Micro and nanotechnologies are revolutionizing medicine. ‘Almost invisible’ tools are being developed by European researchers to discover diseases earlier and to treat patients better. The miniaturization of instruments to micro and nano dimensions promises to make our future lives safer and cleaner. A team of European researchers from the Fraunhofer Institute for Biomedical Technologies Institute near Saarbruecken is using nanotechnology to improve diagnostic capabilities. In the “Adonis”-project, nano-sized… read more

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GestureTek’s GestureFX®

January 25, 2010

“GestureTek’s patented GestureFX® series is a stunning interactive visual display system that has revolutionized advertising and entertainment in public spaces. Using sophisticated cameras and body tracking software, the system intelligently responds to the subtlest of body movements to project dynamic interactive multimedia content or interactive games onto any surface, of any size.”

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GestureTek’s GestPoint® demo

January 25, 2010

“GestPoint® is the core gesture recognition technology powering GestureTek’s touchless interactive displays, point and click presentation systems and mouse replacement solutions. GestPoint utilizes advanced computer vision and body tracking software to convert simple hand movements into direct mouse control in any environment.”

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GestureTek’s Illuminate® interactive multi-touch table

January 25, 2010

“GestureTek’s Illuminate® multi-touch table brought the touch interface from the James Bond film, Quantum of Solace, to life. Inspired by the film, the British Film Institute in South Bank, London, hosted an event to show film enthusiasts how the multi-touch interface could be created for real, rather than as a post-production effect. Seeper created the engaging interactive multi-touch content. GestureTek’s U.K. dealer, Paradigm Audio Visual, provided the hardware.”

Video Source: GestureTek

Essex University’s robot fish

January 25, 2010

“A robotic fish developed by scientists from Essex University is put through its paces in a special tank at the London Aquarium. It works via sensors and has autonomous navigational control.”

Video Source: ITN

PointScreen™ user interface from the Fraunhofer Institute for Intelligent Analysis & Information Systems

January 25, 2010

“PointScreen™ is an Interface developed at Fraunhofer Institut für Medienkommunikation in Bremen, Germany. PointScreen™ makes it possible to control the computer intuitively with gestures. The user navigates by merely pointing toward the screen; contrary to touch screen technology, the interaction proceeds completely without touch. The PointScreen™ technology is based on the principle of Electric Field Sensing (EFS): the dynamics of the body—such as gestures and movement—are measured and digitally registered.… read more

Video Source: Fraunhofer IAIS

Anthony Atala, M.D., discusses tissue engineering at TEDMED 2009

January 23, 2010

Anthony Atala , M.D., Director of the Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine, discusses advances in tissue engineering at TEDMED 2009.

Video Source: TEDMED

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Gallery | Visions of the Future: art from the second Golden Age of science fiction

January 2, 2010

XXNIGHTOPSXX | Art from the second Golden Age of Science Fiction when books, magazines and films had some of the most amazing and memorable covers/artwork from artists like Peter Elson, Angus Mckie, Chris Foss and Tim White and John Berkey.

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“The Pusher” by Keiichi Matsuda

January 1, 2010

KEIICHI MATSUDA | Alternative realities surround us and present possible and impossible fantasies for purposes of information, advertising, glamorising, publicising, and propagating the ideals of capitalism through consumption. The mechanisms of addiction are at play.

Shop windows, billboards, magazines are portals to parallel universes. They set-dress our mundane world, and relieve us of the responsibility of the dream. The pusher shows us what our aspirations are, and shows us… read more

Video Source: Vimeo / Keiichi Matsuda

HUMOR | The Mactini

December 23, 2009

Source: "The Peter Serafinowicz Show," BBC2 — December 23, 2009

From “The Peter Serafinowicz Show: Christmas Special” on BBC2.

The original MacBook Air commercial for comparison.

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