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Elizabeth Dourley — Aug 3, 2012
Among my many vices is the need to know.... EVERYTHING. I think this is why the Casio Monkeybook appealed to me the minute I saw this video. Designed in the shape of a book, this is an interactive multi-touch presentation system that incorporates a Casio lamp free projector. Of course using the Casio LED/hybrid projector makes perfect sense when you think of how many hours a day the projector will be used in a digital signage application. The expense of projector replacement lamps has always been an issue and Casio has met that head on.more
Elizabeth Dourley — Mar 26, 2012
I saw Casio’s Virtual Presenter system up close earlier this year at CES. It's a specially designed screen crafted to look like a live presenter. The concept of a virtual presenter in digital signage applications is not new-check out the virtual TSA's I wrote about in an earlier post. At that time, although excited about the technology, I could not help but ponder the expense of the environmentally unfriendly mercury laden replacement lamps necessary to maintain such an installation.more
Elizabeth Dourley — Dec 19, 2011
The National Maritime Museum in Greenwich, England recently opened what is to be a permanent AV installation that will highlight the depth and breadth of the Museum's collections. Most intriguing is the manner in which the creators conceived of this 3D wave that culminates in a "Puffersphere" spherical projector at the far left. Looking at the geometrical complexities of that structure, video mapping the wave was likely quite a feat.
Elizabeth Dourley — Jun 29, 2011
I first read about this on Ubergizmo but searched for a video so I could show it in action. Inamo, a London restaurant uses projectors above every table to display an interactive menu.more
Elizabeth Dourley — Mar 23, 2011
I have to admit, the initial draw was the Eye of Sauron but the technology within also fascinates. To achieve this marvel you need a PC, a Microsoft Kinect and a Puffersphere.more
Elizabeth Dourley — Mar 17, 2011
Researchers at Osaka University have improved on existing technology and produced a 3-D image in fog that viewers can actually walk around. The use of multiple projectors allows the scientists to display different views of an image which is what allows for the 3D view. This video gave me a flashback to the cantina scene in Star Wars.