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SAY Media. Crowdflow.net. Crowdflow started in April 2011 after it was revealed that iPhones collect and store their location data.

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We have since collected and analyzed the log files of almost 1.500 iPhones and iPads and created an open database of wifi and cell networks. We also visualized how these networks are distributed all over the world. How Crowdflow started After the tracking and collection of location data was revealed, Michael Kreil used the data stored in his iPhone and created the first heatmap. He then created a second heatmap with the information from the consolidated.db-files Bastian Greshake published. Galleria – Responsive JavaScript Image Gallery.

Interactive Media Center - University Library - University at Albany Home Page. The Interactive Media Center of the University Library supports the creation of multimedia projects and the digital design of presentations, publications and Web sites.

Interactive Media Center - University Library - University at Albany Home Page

This is the only place on campus to accomplish activities such as assisted Web design, digital recording and editing, sophisticated image editing, creation of PDF files, and the use of analog to digital audio and video for research, instruction, publication and student activities. Our classes are taking a little break for a few days! But the IMC is open! The Library hours are here. We will be ready to assist you. 111 Free Filmmaking Tools. Last week we brought you 588 Free Film Contracts and Forms.

111 Free Filmmaking Tools

In a effort to continue our “indie stimulus plan,” this week we’ve gathered together 111 free filmmaking software programs. Keep an eye out of upcoming features highlighting even more free stuff. Smashing Magazine. Mp3Cut. CFP: Digitize This: Exploring/Exploiting the Rise of Digital Arts & Digital Humanities. CFP: Digitize This: Exploring/Exploiting the Rise of Digital Arts & Digital HumanitiesWorcester Polytechnic InstituteNovember 2-3, 2012.

CFP: Digitize This: Exploring/Exploiting the Rise of Digital Arts & Digital Humanities

Instances from and reflections on the dual rise of the digital humanities and the digital arts: to include panels, workshops, and roundtables as well as the performance and presentation of literary, musical, and visual works. Proposals accepted singly or as pre-organized panels. Topics might include but are not limited to:

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DIY - Objets Digitaux - Fab Lab. University of St.Gallen. Musics. Blogs.