Month: September 2006

  • Intel Developer Forum keynote

    Just got back from the Intel Developer Forum keynote. Good stuff announced there: Core 2 Extreme quad processor coming in November, HD-DVD from Toshiba for under $500 by Christmas, cool UMPC interacting with vehicle nav system stuff, el-cheapo computers in foreign countries initiative, etc etc. It was a long keynote and didn’t have big surprises, […]

  • Dynamic Physical Rendering

    I was just flipping through the Intel Developer Forum talks and noticed something called “Dynamic Physical Rendering”. Turns out to be a very interesting project from Carnegie Mellon which proposes to recreate 3D shapes, perhaps even colors and textures, using man-made “catoms”. These catoms would be nanotechnology devices able to communicate with each other and […]