London World Record Panoramic Photo: See Big Ben, London Eye, Tower Bridge, and more than you can imagine. About this photo This is an 80-gigapixel panoramic photo, made from 7886 individual images. This panorama was shot from the top of the Centre Point building in central London, in the summer of 2010. We hope that the varied sights and energy of London have been captured here in a way never done before, so that you can experience one of the world's great cities - wherever you may be right now. Fluid Simulator - StumbleUpon Check out my blog! E-mail: email@example.com Fluid Instructions: You can drag the fluid around with your mouse and adjust the sliders at the top to change the properties of the fluid in real-time. Please check out this video if you're having trouble figuring out what the sliders do. It requires Java to run.
Rafael Lozano-Hemmer - Projects "Pan-Anthem" is an interactive sound installation where the national anthem of every country in the World plays back on a movable speaker that is magnetically attached to a large wall. The speakers are precisely arranged to visualize national statistics: population, GDP, area, number of women in parliament, GINI, year of independence, HDI and so on. For example, when the work is configured to show military spending per capita, on the far left of the wall the public can hear the anthems of countries without military forces like Costa Rica, Iceland and Andorra while at the far right they can hear Saudi Arabia, Israel and the United States, which spend more than $2,000 per person per year. If no one is in the exhibition room all the speakers are silent, but as a visitor approaches a particular set of speakers these start playing automatically, creating a positional panoramic playback of anthems associated to similar statistics View Details.
Street View for Central Europe (Not from Google) Until Google manages to gather Street View imagery for the entire world, there's a big opportunity for other companies to offer a similar service. Norc is a street-view service created by the Romanian company eXtreme Soft Group, which covers cities from 5 European countries: * Austria: Wien* Czech Republic: Prague, Brno * Poland: Warsaw, Krakow, Poznan, Wroclaw* Slovakia: Bratislava, Trnava, Kosice, Banska-Bystrica, Zilina, Nitr* Romania: Bucureşti, Ploieşti, Constanţa, Braşov, Cluj-Napoca, Timişoara, Iaşi, Sibiu, Piteşti, Târgovişte
OpenAi - - about us The OpenAI site is centered around an Open Source project and community involving artificial intelligence. The term "Open Source" means that the source code for the project is available for free and can be used by others free of charge. Artificial Intelligence refers to the general aim of intelligent computing, making machines think and learn. Metafolksonomy and the Social Web: Introduction - The ENTiPping Point When you start to have more than a couple dozen folks that you follow on Twitter, the prospect of managing the relationships you're creating starts to get a little overwhelming. We've all met great people on social media sites. And there is usually some singular trait that drew you to interact with these great people. However, as you get to know them, watch their Twitter stream and see who else they interact with, you probably get to know more interesting things about them. So what may have started out as a business relationship interest, over time, the total picture of that person starts to become clearer.
Thinking Machine 4 - StumbleUpon Thinking Machine 4 explores the invisible, elusive nature of thought. Play chess against a transparent intelligence, its evolving thought process visible on the board before you. The artwork is an artificial intelligence program, ready to play chess with the viewer. If the viewer confronts the program, the computer's thought process is sketched on screen as it plays.
iPad: Scroll or Card? by Oliver Reichenstein How do you navigate content on the iPad? Scroll or flip? In 1987, the biggest neck beards in tech held a conference on the Future of Hypertext and there were two camps, “Card Sharks” and “Holy Scrollers”. Machine Learning in Games Development In this article, I shall outline the current perceptions of 'Machine Learning' in the games industry, some of the techniques and implementations used in current and future games, and then explain how to go about designing your very own 'Learning Agent'. The Games Industry Machine Learning has been greeted with a certain amount of caution by games developers, and until recently, has not been used in any major games releases. Why is this -- surely there must be potential demand for games that can learn -- games that can adjust strategy to adapt to different opponents? There are several major reasons for the lack of enthusiasm which has, for a long time, been exhibited.
The Gleeve Turns Game Design Into Child's Play Every parent knows the story of the kid who tears open his expensive techno-gift only to spend hours playing with the cardboard box it came in. Laura Seargeant Richardson of Frog Design wants to create a toy that's as open-ended as the empty box -- but gets kids interested in digital technology, too. So along with her collaborator Alis Cambol, Richardson came up with a vision for the future of play called the Gleeve.