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Monthly Archive for July, 2008

Top 10 Flash Websites of 2008

http://www.ebizmba.com/articles/best-flash-sites

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Microsoft Suface Sphere

I want one. http://link.brightcove.com/services/link/bcpid1526070353/bctid1691159174

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Converting videos using VLC

It turns out that VLC can also be used as a video conversion tool, here’s a link on how to do it: http://www.edsupport.cc/mguhlin/share/index.php?n=Work.VideoGrabVLCflv2mov

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Online Alarm Clock

Alarm Clock for Big Brother and Getting to work on time!!! http://kukuklok.com/

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Asmedia

Hey everyone, I thought I’d link to my other (brand new) blog where I discuss media technology and storytelling in the digital age. The function of the blog is to discuss my thesis next Spring. I’ll be posting research and brainstorming ideas. Comments are welcome! http://asmith50.wordpress.com/

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As I start putting antique Vermont maps as overlays in Google Earth, I found that Google Earth might not be the best way to “digitize” maps. The complexity of the earth surface steals the thunder of the map details. And Vermont looks absolutely ugly when patched by a giant map. The maps have already been […]

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Rome Reborn

While looking for materials on the Nero’s Golden House project, I stumbled across another project called Rome Reborn. This project is the brainchild of a man working at the University of Virginia. Essentially it’s a collaboration project between historians, classicists, and virtual model makers to recreate Rome and exhibit it during its stages of evolution […]

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Motion 3

It’s official: my personal goal for the summer is to learn Motion 3. In only a few days of exploring the program, I’ve been amazed at how powerful it is. You can manipulate videos in real time and add incredible 3D motion graphics. It’s relatively simple to learn; I’d say a combination between Flash (use […]

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Two interesting applications

From Ethan Murphy… I remember that you were talking about using visualization software a lot and I was wondering if you had heard about IBM’s project called “Many Eyes”. I think it would be great for professors that want to upload research data sets and instantly have a bunch of ways to visualize that data […]

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Art in Illustrator

Hey guys, I know Photoshop is not for everyone. It takes oodles of practice and working with a mouse can be an extremely frustrating experience. If you find Photoshop is not for you and still want to work with digital art in some capacity, Illustrator is your best option. Since the program is vectored, your […]

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