Change the settings to HD then place your mouse over the movie, then left-click and drag to move your view. Welcome to the future. And yes, the plane is flying itself in formation.
Watching this, I can’t help but think ahead about how this can be used to extend what we think as normal video/content/movies. Burning houses, couple arguments, shootouts, there will be whole other mini-story Easter-eggs in future content. In the near future because of 360 video, we will always search new videos for hidden stories in the unseen background/angles.
It’s an amazing time to be alive!
Great talk showing the history and birth of the most consequential languages/OS ever created. Learn the back story and maybe an appreciation for the scale of work done right the first time, especially considering their success and what they delivered is still helping driving new markets today.
From the web to google, to mobile devices, watches, and Smart TVs, our connected lives run on a C/Unix based foundation in many flavors and sizes.
Episode 3 of the out-of-print and unavailable PBS series on computer history.
Nearly 300 million people experience the world without color every day. Valspar partnered with EnChroma to help people experience color for the first time.
Futuristic advertisement for a jewelry store at a mall.
Now a multidisciplinary team of Brigham Young University scientists has developed a way to significantly reduce cell death when introducing DNA into egg cells. The researchers have created a microscopic lance that delivers DNA to the cells through electrical forces.
“Because DNA is naturally negatively charged, it is attracted to the outside of the lance using positive voltage,” said Brian Jensen, BYU professor of mechanical engineering. “Once we insert the lance into a cell, we simply reverse the polarity of the electrical force and the lance releases the DNA.”
Because the lance is 10 times smaller and no extra fluid is used, the cells undergo significantly less stress compared to microinjection, and thus, have a higher survival rate. The researchers describe their “metamorphic nanoinjection” process in an article published today by Review of Scientific Instruments.