Sunday, June 17, 2007

I Want to Break Free from Loudness War

As lamented by Bob Dylan, Steve Hoffman, Tim Young, Graham Sutton, Nick Southall, Mike Richter, Lee Flier, knutinh, and many many other audiophiles, sound engineers and fans on the notorious phenomenon of “Loudness War”

Guess noting as better as the song “I want to break free” for this theme and also paying tribute to the hilarious MTV by Queen and cover by Monica Cervera, which I used the freeware Audacity audio software for my amateurish remixing.

And you can use Audacity for checking up whether you music is subjected to any “brick-walled” waveform too.

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Sunday, June 10, 2007

Inner working of One Laptop per Child (OLPC) Mesh Networking

The geeks from, Dan Williams, John Palmieri and Miguel Alvarez, giving a tech talk about the mesh networking on how OLPC “talk” to each other even without widespread internet access and how is the network they create different from the network at your home or office.

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Friday, June 8, 2007

Photosynth + Seadragon = “All your photos are belong to us”

Microsoft Live Labs Architect, Blaise Aguera y Arcas presented at the TED2007 (Technology, Entertainment, Design) Conference in Monterey CA, demoing integration with Seadragon (acquired by M$ in Feb 2007), now Photosynth is one step closer to rulez all our photos…

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Friday, June 1, 2007

Aesthetic Science: Understanding Preferences for Color and Spatial Composition

This is a sample video presented by Professor Stephen Palmer of Visual Perception Lab who try to make a interesting science out of studying people's aesthetic responses to spatial , color/object composition, biases and color harmony …etc, which the results show that "aesthetic science" is a new and exciting topic within cognitive science that can shed new light on the nature of our appreciation of the visual world.

A must view for all artists, graphic designers, photographers and creative alike geeks!

The full 68mins video is available online at Google Tech Talks May 22, 2007.

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