1. NAB 2011 - Atomos 10bit HD Recorder

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    We spoke with a representative from Atomos about the Ninja and the Samurai a powerful new 10bit HD Recorder. www.magnanimous.biz Follow us on Twitter or like us on Facebook for gear updates and news. Twitter: http://twitter.com/MagnanimousChi Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Magnanimous-Media/

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    • Visit our Showroom

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      This is our showroom. You can see some possibilities of Zeyron devices to have a perfect temperature and flow rate control of water. Full management to save water with an energy efficiency. Our technology is unique and patented. Another thermostatic electronic systems are not efficient and not work. Incredible but true. Opting to 14 points LEED Certification. to know more about this, visit our website www.zeyron.com

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      • Carbon Wafer Technology

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        At the ARPA-E Energy Innovation Summit, host of Beyond The Light Switch, Scientific American's David Biello gets the scoop on newly funded carbon wafer technology used to make solar panels. To learn more and to check out other BTLS videos, visit the official website: www.beyondthelightswitch.com

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        • spatial traces

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          A furnace ascent in the scope of a GPS art project. I wanted to materialize my movement in the landscape or architecture.

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          • Oxford University mobile computing, citizen science and conservation recording symposium summary

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            Embracing the potential of smartphones, crowd sourcing and other web-based technologies A symposium convened by Paul Jepson (University of Oxford, School of Geography and the Environment), Andy Musgrove (British Trust for Ornithology) and Fiona Barclay (BirdGuides) on 13th January 2011 at Merton College, Oxford to discuss: * How mobile computing and crowd sourcing technologies may be used to improve conservation practice * How new technologies may transform the practice and science of biodiversity recording and monitoring * How new technologies may be used to improve citizen engagement with biodiversity recording and nature appreciation in general http://digitalconservation.wordpress.com/

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            • .jobs Trailer

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              • Fun corporate ad for newest Fortune 500

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                This video was developed for AppleRetail, internal distribution. Most of it was created prior to April 2010, that is, prior to our ability to hold a real device. Most iPads you see are dummies.

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                • Cloud Computing? Think Oracle.

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                  • James Davis Interview - Our Wireless Future

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                    Jim Davis talks with experts in the tech industries about the direction wireless technology is moving, and how those advances can provide opportunities in education.

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                    • Kinect Centroid Calc Motion Tracking with QC - Z Cam

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                      In this video I'm demo-ing the kinect and testing a concept for tracking. This uses a core image filter to threshold out objects depending on nearness to the kinect. Then, a clever version of a centroid calculation routine by smokris and jstrecker of kineme (http://kineme.net) that was adapted from GPU Gems (http://http.developer.nvidia.com/GPUGems3/gpugems3_ch26.html ) is used to place the sphere object in x/y translation. I've added to this routine to make the object of interest disappear from screen if nothing is currently crossing a specified z threshold. So this is a way of doing many of the same activities that people use OpenCV, haar detectors, blob tracking, tuio, ofx, processing, etc., for.

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