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Web Discoveries for July 17th

These are my del.icio.us links for July 17th The Internet of Things starts here – Violet •• Let All Things Be Connected – Future blog post material… Crazy Mouse Spider Thing – Aaah! Get them off me! Get them off!! Welcome to Aviary – A very powerful blend of Photoshop and Yahoo Pipes, brought to […]

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Web Discoveries for June 24th

These are my del.icio.us links for June 24th Node | world leader in Location Based Media – Clever, if rather corporate looking site that says it’s authors seem to have their heads screwed on when it comes to mixed reality applications. Atlas Obscura | Wondrous, curious & bizarre locations around the world – All credit […]

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Crowdsourced Protein Shakes

I read about Foldit in Wired US yesterday, a game that takes the foundations laid by SETI@home, which uses thousands of computers’ idle time to decode frequencies from Space, and crowdsources solutions to the protein folding problems that are currently baffling the smartest machines in the world. The difference with Foldit is that it’s not […]

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Web Discoveries for June 16th

These are my del.icio.us links for June 16th Layar – Criminy. This is the future I predicted two years ago in my dissertation finally coming to life. The phrase ‘Game Changer’ comes to mind. SPRXMobile Mobile Service Architects » Home – Makers of the awesome sounding Android App – Layar; home of @Rhymo, a fave […]

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Virtual Reality

AR is considered by some to be a logical progression of VR technologies (Liarokapis, 2006; Botella, 2005; Reitmayr & Schmalstieg, 2001), a more appropriate way to interact with information in real-time that has been granted only by recent innovations. Thus, one could consider that a full historical appraisal would pertain to VR’s own history, plus […]

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