Cast Shadows are created when a polygon object casts a shadow onto another polygon object in the same scene.
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This cast from TED 2006, argues at how, no matter what the technology is, if it is going to sell, it must be as simple to use for the end-user, as possible.
This cast from TED 2008, looks at how the cheap wii-mote can be easily repurposed to do the job of much more expensive VR hardware.
A coder?s article about creating realistic, dynamic soft shadow in real-time interactive, and complex scenes.
The state of Telnet-world technology is appaling. Virtual stagnation as vival codebases, rival each other for how long they can go without updating. Decade old code, still treated as fresh, things slipping into the shadows. Unnoticed, unloved, unhelped...
This cast from TED 2007, takes a look at how dart laying down of new laws and lobbying victories are twisting that which was designed to foster innovation, into a cage to prevent new innovation.
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This cast from TED 2005, features Barry Schwartz taslking about his then-new book, "The Paradox of Choice". He uses it as a forum to argue that the more choice you have, the less freedom you have, because you cannot make up your mind what to choose.
This podcast is basically concerned with photography in the virtual. It deals with as they quote "the digital revolution in photography". Pushing beyond technologies such as photoshop to digitally tweak images, this 'cast discusses the possibilities that the photography digital revolution expands as far beyond digitally remastering, as motorised transport extends from the capabilities of the horse.
You are travelling through a forest, dappled sunlight streaming through the branches above, casting shadows on the ground. Leaves crunch underfoot, and the odour floats up to you. Closing your eyes, you reach out to pluck a flower - and feel nothing. Opening your eyes, you see your hand is in the middle of the plant you tried to pluck. Carefully, focussing with your eyes, by trial and error, you grasp and break off the flower, not feeling anything between your fingers. Suddenly, you realise you cannot even feel your fingers, you have not been feeling them, and you run a hand over your body, no sensation; you have to look to see you are touching skin.
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Clouds are not normally a boon for image-processing algorithms because their shadows can distort objects in a scene, making them difficult for software to recognise.
However, Nathan Jacobs and colleagues at Washington Univers...
Video game firm Bioware has held open auditions for people to become cast members for future games.
The company, which makes role playing games such as Knights of the Old Republic and Neverwinter Nights, was seeking people ag...
Aimed at solving the problem of how to get a big picture out of a small device, micro-projectors cast a large image (typically about 125 centimeters wide) onto a nearby wall or surface to show photos, documents, maps, or video. Several micr...
Tiny digital projectors for cellphones and portable media players are in the works, able to project video on any smooth surface.
The microprojectors, still in prototype, use light-emitting diodes, lasers or a combination of ...
Digital reproductions of oil paintings struggle to truly replicate the real thing and one of the biggest hurdles is capturing the 3D texture of the daubed, smeared and brushed oil paint.
But Il Don Yung at Hankuk University o...