Member since: Feb 1st, 2007
Mar 18th 2010 7:29PM Microsoft assisted in putting in a major Surface installation for the National Gallery of Ireland a couple of months back - Komplett.ie have a pretty good write up of it here http://www.komplettblog.ie/the-nations-memory-digitised/ with some shots of the Surface Tables in action. I had a wander around it just after it opened and it really does work very well in this sort of environment but I can't actually see it being any use at all at a consumer level. It might be very cool to have an interactive coffee table but it's not very useful in a home environment. I can see how it might have some uses in office\lab environments for collaborative work\interactive design but as it stands its not something I could ever see myself putting in my home.
Feb 19th 2007 5:45PM You need to realise that while this is a ~6Megapixel sensor, those 6.4Mega pixels need to be shared over all three colours. If you dig into this you will see that this is a very fine new sensor that supports Full HD (1080p) recording at 60fps, 720p at 60fps, plus has the ability to take ~3.6Megapixel full colour stills on the fly and supports some other minor resolutions\rates including the substantially lower resolution (0.75Megapixel) but ultra high speed 300fps mode.For some more pure speculation I've run through the numbers here :http://helvick.blogspot.com/2007/02/sonys-new-6-megapixel-cmos-video-sensor.html .
Feb 1st 2007 5:04PM OrFrom the Start->Run Dialog enter the following.regedit /e "%userprofile%\desktop\putty.reg" HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Simontathamto place a copy of the backup on your desktop.Much much much quicker.
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