Electronic ink is the name for untranslated freehand scrawls. If handwriting is expected, or if a user draws freehand on a shared whiteboard, or real-time updating collaborative texture map, then the lines and points of their chicken-scratch that are not converted into standardised letters or symbols, are known as electronic ink. It is a vector map of the user input.
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This book and CD is essentially the electronic format version of Eadweard Muybridge?s ?Animals in Motion?. It contains electronic format versions of 167 black-and-white photographic sequences captures the movements of 34 different animals as they run, fly, leap, and perform other characteristic actions. Includes 10 bonus Flash animations plus 15 photographic sequences that are ready to be animated.
Researchers have shown that ultrathin sheets of silicon can stretch in two dimensions--opening up the possibility of electronic eyeballs and smart surgical gloves.
A video has been posted by Gametrailers.com, made by Johnny Chung Lee of Carnegie Mellon University. The video is a talk-though of demonstrations on how to use a Wii to create an inexpensive, interactive whiteboard for classroom use.
In a world governed by speed, the Internet plays a growing role in many of today's innovations, and the resolution of disputes using electronic means of communication may soon be part of everyday legal practice.
A Technology Review interview with two American health experts, on how the iphone may actually be the role-model to follow with the health stimulus bill.
One of the key issues when printing electronic circuits on the fly, is ensuring reliability. You don't wish to be in the situation where you have to go over the new circuitry by hand to look for places the conductive ink has not affixed to the surface properly, not if you are making complex 3D shapes with internal circuitry, and aiming to keep the price as low as possible.
Near the end of 2008, a Japanese woman was arrested after she killed her husband?s Maplestory avatar, out of spite. She faced a prison term up to 5 years or a fine up to $5,000 for "illegally accessing a computer and manipulating electronic data.?
EFit-V is one of the newest tools in the police arsenal. A replacement for sketch artists and the electronic EFit system. Rather than concentrate on how wide a nose is, or how far apart the eyes are, whilst it still has that capability, the software takes a new approach, and creates photorealistic faces whilst it is at it.
The Electronic Entertainment Expo, E3, one of the most major computer-based entertainment (read: Mainstream) events in the calendar year, starts on the 10th of May 2006. Here, we track the events and announcements from the big guns, and the little guns, as the event unfolds.
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UK firm Plastic Logic has said it will build the world's first factory to produce electronic devices made entirely out of flexible plastic.
The Cambridge, UK-based company has secured ?50.6million in venture capital funding ...
The Nobel Prize winning scientists Professor Andre Geim and Professor Kostya Novoselov have taken a huge step forward in studying the wonder material graphene and revealing its exciting electronic properties for future electronic applicatio...
Researchers at Northeastern have demonstrated a way to use single-walled carbon nanotubes to ease large-scale manufacture of flat-panel displays and electronic memory devices.
Srinivas Sridhar, Ph.D., distinguished professor ...
An unlikely multidisciplinary scientific collaboration has discovered that an electronic nose developed for air quality monitoring on Space Shuttle Endeavour can also be used to detect odour differences in normal and cancerous brain cells. ...
Electronics engineers would love to play with super-powerful magnetic fields ? if only they weren't so likely to cause explosions. Now it turns out that graphene can mimic the useful effects of such a magnetic field, offering a new way to ...