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Aus die reihe, analog meets digital:
Korean designer ha lim lee, in collaboration with graphic designer yougduk kim and director woonjin kang, has developed 'barcode band' to create instrumentals through the use of programmed barcodes. the project uses a series of scanners to compose music by looping notes to produce melodies. each code corresponds to a specific instrument or set of instruments (included guitar, drums, and cymbals), pre-programmed at a specific beat or tone. by scanning different barcodes one after the other, users can compile together tracks, sampling music in a new way.
As you might know, I like integrating stuff. Integrating analog and digital. Augmented Reality. Kinect and my computers. And here are dozens of oppertunities there. see for example the posting at dadhoc.omc
I recently bought an Xbox game for my kids, Lego batman 2. They LOVE it. Really LOVE it. Fine. It is just that the game has some serioud flaws. Flaws that are widly documented on the net. And that this hurts imho the brads Lego and WB Games. caus it is not like I am the only one suffering from this problem: as 2.5 M results show.
The maker knows about that the game freezes during many cut scenes, though says it happens "occascially".
See this message
It lists a number of other "solutions". Dont bother. Just use the "no cutscene. Despite it's name you still see the movies, but can skim them, do so in level in 9 and 12:-(
There must have been a glitch in the matrix. Yesterday I did a tweet that got autosend to Facebook. Somehow with a couple of hours, I got 12.000 likes and 130.000 comments on it. The picture up was one I took when the likes-storm just begun. The post it self is now WSOD for me but maybe it will work in die time, http://www.facebook.com/bertboerland/posts/2231777543
But then, think about a CMS that can handle 130k comments on on single post. And then that there are zillions of post per second. Wordpress anyone? ;-)