Month: July 2006

  • Stunningly cool photo tech

    WOW! Trolling around through links on the web today, I found something very cool. Microsoft Live Labs (haven’t heard of them before) is working on something called “PhotoSynth”. Video here. Essentially, they’re doing some massive image feature recognition on popular landmarks. Starting with a huge dataset of photos, they are reconstructing objects in 3D. This […]

  • TED Talks

    Kim recently posted up a link to a speech by Majora Carter at TED 2006. TED, the Technology, Entertainment and Design conference, is an amazing annual event simply due to the incredible group of people that come together in one place at one time. Majora’s talk was indeed well done. However, what really excited me […]