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Top 5 Most Creative Uses for LCDs

DIY Wireless LCD Max shows us how to build your own wireless LCD screen in just “5 minutes” using ACODE-300 Bluetooth modules. Full instructions here. The ACODE-300 Bluetooth modules are very easy to use and can be applied to any serial RS232 interface. You can make a wireless applications such as this one or any other wired app into a wireless app 4. File this under: “Creative Xbox 360 Case Mods” Divineo managed to hack a 5.8-inch widescreen LCD into the side of the console. Of course, with such a wee screen, all hopes of multi-player battles are next to hopeless, and even single-player action just might put an unhealthy strain on your retinas. 3. Have a spare wall “Crazy Jon” from QJ.net did and decided to mount twelve LCD monitors for the ultimate gaming/productivity setup.

…twelve 30-inch Dell flatscreen monitors are sitting in his office, and he’s grinning from ear to ear. 2. Modder Jani ‘Japala’ Pnkk added an LCD display (Nokia 6610) into a Logitech G5 laser mouse. Keybr.com - Take typing lessons, test your typing speed and practice typing for free! How to make an external laptop graphics adaptor. Laptop graphics have always been something of a joke performance wise.

How to make an external laptop graphics adaptor

Nvidia and AMD do try, but cramming all those millions of transistors into a low-power, compact package just leads to massive expense and an inability to upgrade. Wouldn't it be perfect if you could simply use a standard external graphics card to power your laptop's 3D graphics? The good news is that you can. The suitably technical-sounding PE4H is just that; a passive PCI-e x16 to x1 adaptor, which enables you to plug an external graphics card into a laptop's ExpressCard slot.

Currently we're only aware of it being available from the Taiwanese firm www.hwtools.net for around $100 including shipping. We'd like to say it's as simple as that, but this project does have a few sticking points. The second is Windows 7, as it handles multiple display drivers far more adeptly than anything else. The best two sources for compatibility can be found on the Notebook Review forum and Village Tronic.

Troubleshooting. The 50 Best Registry Hacks that Make Windows Better. We’re big fans of hacking the Windows Registry around here, and we’ve got one of the biggest collections of registry hacks you’ll find.

The 50 Best Registry Hacks that Make Windows Better

Don’t believe us? Here’s a list of the top 50 registry hacks that we’ve covered. It’s important to note that you should never hack the registry if you don’t know what you’re doing, because your computer will light on fire and some squirrels may be injured. Also, you should create a System Restore point before doing so. Otherwise, keep reading. Prevent Windows Update from Forcibly Rebooting Your Computer We’ve all been at our computer when the Windows Update dialog pops up and tells us to reboot our computer. There’s a couple of ways that we can disable this behavior, however. Prevent Windows Update from Forcibly Rebooting Your Computer How to Clean Up Your Messy Windows Context Menu One of the most irritating things about Windows is the context menu clutter that you have to deal with once you install a bunch of applications.

Disable Aero Shake in Windows 7. Tutorials. In today’s tutorial, Dimitris Katsafouros of design studio We Are Pitch Black showcases two new tools included in Cinema 4D R14, the Camera Matching Tool and the Camera Morph Tool. Instead of having a dry explanation of what the tools do, a short tv ident will be used to keep things interesting.

Camera matching is a great addition to camera mapping. It simplifies the whole process of aligning the camera and also guessing the right camera settings a photograph or video has been shot with. In this tutorial the tool gets demystified and is also used for the corridor we can see in the video above. The corridor is a real photograph that has been projected onto simple 3D geometry. ( Continue )