1. Huninn Mesh Wireless Network — Breaking Multi-hop Limits Demonstration

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    Huninn Mesh Networks™, a provider of a wireless fabric for the Internet-of-Things, has broken the multi-hop limit with a chain of 100 battery-powered sensors stretching over 4 miles and was progressing to its target of 1,000 hops over 20 square miles. Until now the industry has believed that mesh networks cannot operate at high densities or with many hops, a constraint widely known as the ‘multi-hop’ or ‘N2 problem’ of mesh networks. A Huninn Mesh™, with its patent pending breakthroughs in wireless communications for devices, does not suffer from this constraint. The result involves an agricultural site where sensors that measure humidity, air temperature and air pressure are placed at 50-yard intervals, and spread along fence lines to cover an area. There are no central towers, no concentrating routers, and the network is coordinated and controlled from a cloud-based management system. The entire network operates as a ‘software defined network’ or SDN... Read more: bit.ly/1pEoFXa

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    • ..:.::SND::.:.. Makesnd Cassette 1.

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      produced by der.film .: :.

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      • Sumaira Khan, Project Manager - SND talks about IRM-Institute of Rural Management

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        Sumaira Khan, Project Manager - SND talks about IRM-Institute of Rural Management

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        • History of Zapruder film motion graphic

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          Originally produced for The Dallas Morning News. Uploaded here for SND post about DMN's coverage of the 50th anniversary of JFK assassination.

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          • DJI Phantom test flight 1

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            First flights using the DJI Gimbal Zenmuse H3-2D

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            • excerpt from "Attack on Silence" (LINE_037) by Mark Fell

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              Attack on Silence brings together a series of works by British artist Mark Fell exploring the relationships between geometry, color, and waveform. These works have been shown around the world as performances, installations, and in print. For the past decade Mark Fell has been one of the leading innovators in the fields of experimental electronic music and sound art. Combining interests in experimental music, contemporary art, computer technology and philosophy, his work has been performed and exhibited internationally to wide critical acclaim. Mark Fell is one half of SND. Sacred geometries, and their sonic equivalents, are said to mirror the micro and macroscopic structures of the physical world; the complex harmonies of the Tibetan singing bowl, like the patterns of the Mandala, allow access to the deepest levels of the consciousness inducing meditative states that transform the very being of their participants. In the modern reciprocals of these technologies the shift is one of teleology. The sacred metals and antique art of the singing bowls give way to the magic of digital synthesis as sacred geometry gives proxy to psychophysiology and the cognitive neuroscience of brainwave entrainment. Drawn from these sources—with mutual ambivalence—and realized through a distinct aesthetic minimalism, intricate combinations of form, color and sound are projected through a series of transitions, sometimes gradual, sometimes abrupt, sometimes giving way to sustained tones and repetitions. In a process of ever-emerging horizon—an attack on silence and a space for silence—the potential arises to be ensconced or alienated, a space for enchantment, for anxiety, for profound boredom or for reverie. Are these phenomena affirmations or reconfigurations of the subject—routes to an authentic, spiritual or otherwise—or are they essentially physiological? Are they aesthetic distractions or intrusive technological interventions—pointers to dystopian possibilities? Are we being enlightened? Examined? Entertained? Enmeshed? FOR MORE INFO: http://www.lineimprint.com/editions/dvd/line_037

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              • excerpt from "Attack on Silence" (LINE_037) by Mark Fell

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                Attack on Silence brings together a series of works by British artist Mark Fell exploring the relationships between geometry, color, and waveform. These works have been shown around the world as performances, installations, and in print. For the past decade Mark Fell has been one of the leading innovators in the fields of experimental electronic music and sound art. Combining interests in experimental music, contemporary art, computer technology and philosophy, his work has been performed and exhibited internationally to wide critical acclaim. Mark Fell is one half of SND. Sacred geometries, and their sonic equivalents, are said to mirror the micro and macroscopic structures of the physical world; the complex harmonies of the Tibetan singing bowl, like the patterns of the Mandala, allow access to the deepest levels of the consciousness inducing meditative states that transform the very being of their participants. In the modern reciprocals of these technologies the shift is one of teleology. The sacred metals and antique art of the singing bowls give way to the magic of digital synthesis as sacred geometry gives proxy to psychophysiology and the cognitive neuroscience of brainwave entrainment. Drawn from these sources—with mutual ambivalence—and realized through a distinct aesthetic minimalism, intricate combinations of form, color and sound are projected through a series of transitions, sometimes gradual, sometimes abrupt, sometimes giving way to sustained tones and repetitions. In a process of ever-emerging horizon—an attack on silence and a space for silence—the potential arises to be ensconced or alienated, a space for enchantment, for anxiety, for profound boredom or for reverie. Are these phenomena affirmations or reconfigurations of the subject—routes to an authentic, spiritual or otherwise—or are they essentially physiological? Are they aesthetic distractions or intrusive technological interventions—pointers to dystopian possibilities? Are we being enlightened? Examined? Entertained? Enmeshed? MORE INFO: http://www.lineimprint.com/editions/dvd/line_037

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                • Grey Winter

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                  Raglan Surfing Academy grom Callum Chuter from Tauranga surfing the winter months in Raglan. Surf footage predominantly shot at Manu Bay and Ngaranui Beach, with a few shots from Whale Bay. Callums Shout: Cheers Sean Newton for the boards! Edit: Billy Lee-Pope Filming: Deane Hishon, Larry Fisher, Billy Lee-Pope Song: The Wyld - Full Circle Song Choice: Denzel De Ruysscher

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                  • UnStoppable a BO2 Montage by EXanimateD aka SMB80

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                    Just a regular Sniper and KSG Play, with little editing, I hope you guys will like it :)

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                    • Shooting Stars A BO2 Montage by MOA.|X|

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