Archive for January, 2006

BlockRocker

Tuesday, January 31st, 2006

BlockRocker is another technology mash-up. This one is for the purpose of selling stuff. It’s a bit more like craigslist then ebay. I like that it is national instead of just local.

IE 7 Public Beta

Tuesday, January 31st, 2006

Some very smart people have been working on a project called DyRT: Dynamic Response Textures for Real Time Deformation Simulation With Graphics Hardware. In a nutshell it’s a way to make 3D models behave more lifelike. Especially in humans and such. There’s a video that helps demonstrate how DyRT effects body movement. In their example they show belly motion but I’m guessing all of this research will really help with more lifelike breasts since that’s what most video games are all about these days.

Some very smart people have been working on a project called DyRT: Dynamic Response Textures for Real Time Deformation Simulation With Graphics Hardware. In a nutshell it’s a way to make 3D models behave more lifelike. Especially in humans and such. There’s a video that helps demonstrate how DyRT effects body movement. In their example they show belly motion but I’m guessing all of this research will really help with more lifelike breasts since that’s what most video games are all about these days.

Some very smart people have been working on a project called DyRT: Dynamic Response Textures for Real Time Deformation Simulation With Graphics Hardware. In a nutshell it’s a way to make 3D models behave more lifelike. Especially in humans and such. There’s a video that helps demonstrate how DyRT effects body movement. In their example they show belly motion but I’m guessing all of this research will really help with more lifelike breasts since that’s what most video games are all about these days.

neon sign ILOOne Letter / VETCBlue HNNOLo in galvestonglenorawine - squaredcircley

Go make your own

Some very smart people have been working on a project called DyRT: Dynamic Response Textures for Real Time Deformation Simulation With Graphics Hardware. In a nutshell it’s a way to make 3D models behave more lifelike. Especially in humans and such. There’s a video that helps demonstrate how DyRT effects body movement. In their example they show belly motion but I’m guessing all of this research will really help with more lifelike breasts since that’s what most video games are all about these days.

Some very smart people have been working on a project called DyRT: Dynamic Response Textures for Real Time Deformation Simulation With Graphics Hardware. In a nutshell it’s a way to make 3D models behave more lifelike. Especially in humans and such. There’s a video that helps demonstrate how DyRT effects body movement. In their example they show belly motion but I’m guessing all of this research will really help with more lifelike breasts since that’s what most video games are all about these days.

neon sign ILOOne Letter / VETCBlue HNNOLo in galvestonglenorawine - squaredcircley

Go make your own

Some very smart people have been working on a project called DyRT: Dynamic Response Textures for Real Time Deformation Simulation With Graphics Hardware. In a nutshell it’s a way to make 3D models behave more lifelike. Especially in humans and such. There’s a video that helps demonstrate how DyRT effects body movement. In their example they show belly motion but I’m guessing all of this research will really help with more lifelike breasts since that’s what most video games are all about these days.

neon sign ILOOne Letter / VETCBlue HNNOLo in galvestonglenorawine - squaredcircley

Go make your own

I will have to download and play with this. It might not work on VirtualPC, unhealthy but I’ll give it a try. Go give IE 7 a try

Spell with flickr

Tuesday, January 31st, 2006

Some very smart people have been working on a project called DyRT: Dynamic Response Textures for Real Time Deformation Simulation With Graphics Hardware. In a nutshell it’s a way to make 3D models behave more lifelike. Especially in humans and such. There’s a video that helps demonstrate how DyRT effects body movement. In their example they show belly motion but I’m guessing all of this research will really help with more lifelike breasts since that’s what most video games are all about these days.

Some very smart people have been working on a project called DyRT: Dynamic Response Textures for Real Time Deformation Simulation With Graphics Hardware. In a nutshell it’s a way to make 3D models behave more lifelike. Especially in humans and such. There’s a video that helps demonstrate how DyRT effects body movement. In their example they show belly motion but I’m guessing all of this research will really help with more lifelike breasts since that’s what most video games are all about these days.

Some very smart people have been working on a project called DyRT: Dynamic Response Textures for Real Time Deformation Simulation With Graphics Hardware. In a nutshell it’s a way to make 3D models behave more lifelike. Especially in humans and such. There’s a video that helps demonstrate how DyRT effects body movement. In their example they show belly motion but I’m guessing all of this research will really help with more lifelike breasts since that’s what most video games are all about these days.

neon sign ILOOne Letter / VETCBlue HNNOLo in galvestonglenorawine - squaredcircley

Go make your own

DyRT: Dynamic Response Textures for Real Time Deformation

Thursday, January 12th, 2006

Some very smart people have been working on a project called DyRT: Dynamic Response Textures for Real Time Deformation Simulation With Graphics Hardware. In a nutshell it’s a way to make 3D models behave more lifelike. Especially in humans and such. There’s a video that helps demonstrate how DyRT effects body movement. In their example they show belly motion but I’m guessing all of this research will really help with more lifelike breasts since that’s what most video games are all about these days.

Making Toys

Wednesday, January 11th, 2006

I stumbled upon this site Making Toys because of post about making a remote controlled Katamari game. This site is full of some really interesting electronic projects and insight in to toy design.

Make stuff because it’s fun!

Track package with Google maps

Wednesday, January 11th, 2006

It’s official Google Earth is out for Mac OS X! I’ve been playing around with the beta for a while now and it’s fun. Don’t be jealous of the windows users anymore. Go download and watch your productivity drop to zero.
It’s official Google Earth is out for Mac OS X! I’ve been playing around with the beta for a while now and it’s fun. Don’t be jealous of the windows users anymore. Go download and watch your productivity drop to zero.
PackageMapper.com is a fun little hack to Google Maps that let’s you track where your USPS, viagra approved troche UPS or FedEx packages.

Google Earth for OS X

Wednesday, January 11th, 2006

It’s official Google Earth is out for Mac OS X! I’ve been playing around with the beta for a while now and it’s fun. Don’t be jealous of the windows users anymore. Go download and watch your productivity drop to zero.

House hunting extreme edition

Monday, January 2nd, 2006

ZapTXT is a web based service that allows you to set up RSS feeds to be sent to you phone via SMS. I just set up a filtered RSS feed from craigslist to notify me whenever a house that fits my requirements is listed. If it works then this could be a cool thing. I’ll update this post with the results.

ZapTXT is a web based service that allows you to set up RSS feeds to be sent to you phone via SMS. I just set up a filtered RSS feed from craigslist to notify me whenever a house that fits my requirements is listed. If it works then this could be a cool thing. I’ll update this post with the results.

ZapTXT is a web based service that allows you to set up RSS feeds to be sent to you phone via SMS. I just set up a filtered RSS feed from craigslist to notify me whenever a house that fits my requirements is listed. If it works then this could be a cool thing. I’ll update this post with the results.

I’m currently on the lookout for new place to call home. Using the internet has made this so much easier. With tools like Google maps, phimosis Google Earth and Microsoft Virtual Earth. Finding places and marking them down is easier then ever. Combined with craigslist and the Seattle Times classifieds I can quickly get a good feel for a place. If they have photos I can usually spot it in the arial or satellite photography.

I wish someone would write a Google maps hack that lists all the craigslist and Seattle Times rentals on the map with filters.

It seems to me all the data is there.