- filed in applied on 7. January 2010
The Animata project is a cross-platform open source real-time animation software for live performance. It is controlled by OSC messages and there are example patches for connecting it to MAX/MSP and PureData, but it could just as easily be controlled from other OSC enabled software.
- filed in applied on 9. February 2007
Video tutorial on how to install a free legal MP3 track as a ringtone on your phone. From ccmixter.org over the air to your mobile phone. Using nothing but Creative Commons licensed music, your browser and you phone. (I used my Nokia N70)...
- filed in technology on 19. October 2006
It’s here.. The service I’ve been screaming for: Goosync. It allows you to sync Google Calendar via SyncML (OMA DS). This means that I can sync my Nokia N70 with Gcal really easy and free (it’s in beta, so who knows for how long it’s free)...
- filed in design on 2. August 2005
I would love to do a cafe one-night makeover – using nothing more than some sort of a sound output, a FM radio transmitter and a lot of cheap transistor-radios hanging from the ceiling acting as a cluster of loudspeakers
- filed in technology on 29. March 2005
One of the cool features with the Nintendo DS is the DS. On one screen you play the game, and on the other you get status info, see a map etc. I have mimicked this for my pc with an inexpensive Palm Zire
Its all pretty simple and should work with other Palm devices as well.
- filed in applied on 23. March 2005
Lulu.com allows you to sell your poems, novel or comic book as print-on-demand. Taking the financial risk out of publishing your work on print…