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PUBLIC MARKS from ycc2106 with tag technology

2009

NASA - Home

by 6 others
Videos, podcasts, a vast photo archive, 3-D image files and pages for missions where you can view raw data as they stream in, make this a must for anyone with even a fleeting interest in space.

TED: Ideas worth spreading

by 17 others
TED is an organisation that invites inspirational people to an annual conference to share their thoughts on the world, technology, design and more. It videos the results and archives them here. Will keep you hooked for days.

color picker pen by jinsu park

pen that adopts the eyedropper tool of photoshop for real life.

Open-source camera could revolutionize photography

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Stanford professor Marc Levoy plans to develop and manufacture the "Frankencamera" as a platform that will first be available at minimal cost to fellow computational photography researchers.

Wireless Gigabit Alliance

Wireless Gigabit Alliance envisions a global wireless ecosystem of interoperable, high performance devices that work together seamlessly to connect people in the digital age. Our technology enables multi-gigabit-speed wireless communications among these devices and fuels industry convergence to a single radio using the readily available, unlicensed 60 GHz spectrum.

Mozilla Labs » Concept Series

The Concept Series aims to provoke thought, facilitate discussion, and inspire future design directions for Firefox, the Mozilla project, and the Web as a whole.

2007

kaya-optics.com

The PF can help you to see perfectly through sunglasses and dark, tinted car windows.

TECHtionary :: World's First and Largest Animated Magazine on TECHnology

flash animated dictionary-tutorial of network acronyms and tech terms

BuiltWith.com - Web Technology Profiler

by 10 others
Annotated link http://www.diigo.com/bookmark/http%3A%2F%2Fbuiltwith.com

2006

microformats

by 37 others
Designed for humans first and machines second, microformats are a set of simple, open data formats built upon existing and widely adopted standards. Instead of throwing away what works today, microformats intend to solve simpler problems first by adapting

Samsung introduces ''3-dimensional Movement Recognition'' mobile phone

One of the user interface features is the daling by gesture: the user can "write" the number "three" in the air. The mobile phone can read this movement and then dial "3." Shaking the phone twice will conclude a call or delete spam messages.

Slashphone.com - First Face Recognition Security in Mobile Phone - mobile phone reviews, news, community

The Face Recognition function helps ensure the security of their handsets by preventing misuse by third parties, and can also protect private information such as registered numbers, mail addresses and mails in the event that their handset is lost or stole