Some images from my donut rendering..
…and feels like where we sat at the beginning of smart phone revolution when the iPhone 1-3 were released between 2007-2009. Just the start. Extremely excited for VR, which I believe is the next logical ‘screen’ to arrive at after the supersized OLED phase we are in now. WebXR (which streams immersive experiences) / 360 … Read more
If you were to study gravity, you’d want nearly a perfect Zero-G enviroment and then introduce 2 spheres. It would give the ideal experimental result by removing all other noisy variables that you’d find in the real world. Enter the Lemon… If one were to think about how multiple items are produced and purchased. I … Read more
I think of myself as long lived. Growing up in a computer store, seeing many twists and turns within the technology space – I often bounce around as a tech veteran – then you see this, the Queen of England trying email for the first time in 1976 and realize that those among us are … Read more
It was my first time at CES this year (2017) and was thrilled to see so many products and innovative ideas under one roof. I guess under any other year, things may be highly seasonal like fashion, but because we are changing as a society so quickly technologically, it really was a display of the … Read more
Hi I’m not sure if anyone requires this answer, but in the interest of providing them online. Converted .MOV file to Mp4, it is a container file difference so I just changed the file extension. Embedded Html 5 Video. No audio in Firefox. It turns out the FF only runs with open source / free … Read more
Hi – just kind of throwing this out there. One of those what if ideas…Would be kind of cool to DIY bookscan. Calling it FlipperOCR. If you think you can make this, please do!
Between 2001-2005, It was common for a technista to be carrying around a palm pilot, an iPod and a cell phone. 3 devices in the same form factor. It was obvious to those who saw it then that these functionalities would merge eventually to create the smart phone as we know it today (given enough … Read more
In February – I took a trip to Mountain View as a ‘3rd Rounder’ for their recruitment process. Although I didn’t get the position, it was certainly interesting to see the Internet Giant up close (and to a limited extent – to view its day to day operations from within). In preparation for my interview, … Read more