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Monthly Archive for June, 2008

Cool Tech

Hey Guys, for anyone who’s interested, here is a really cool youtube video about a Carnegie Mellon student who rigged together some head tracking software using his Nintendo Wii. . Just an example of the interesting new avenues opening up in digital media.

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Nikon Scan and The Gimp

For those of you doing slide scans during the summer, you’ll probably need to install Nikon Scan 4.0 since most of the computers don’t have it. The link is nearly impossible to find, so here it is. Nikon Scan Download Also, for those of you who would like Photoshop, but can’t afford it (most of […]

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Mapping for Dummies

A good and/or goofy place to map multiple locations. http://www.batchgeocode.com/ Online excel to kml converter. http://www.earthpoint.us/ExcelToKml.aspx

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Introduction to Photoshop

Hey everyone. Mack went over a bit of this in his Photoshop workshop, but the methods for using the Photoshop interface for digital art rather than picture editing are quite different. Thus, an introduction to Photoshop for digital coloring. I hope its helpful to those of you who’d like to get a head start on […]

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