You could just leverage all those iPhones, iTouches and the coming storm of Andriod phones... Build all your content on a mobile-phone delivery system. That kind of software-based solution is really much more scalable than you're talking about. I don't know if there are systems like that in Spain yet (maybe Layar?) but you can build that content on SCVNGRs platform right now: http://www.scvngr.com/museums/
An anonymous reader writes: The Robbins Diamonds Dash is one of the early high-profile uses of a new locational routing algorithm developed by SCVNGR technlogies. This algorithm (called SmartRoute) is used to route people playing location based mobile games on their cell phones. The game itself is pitched around the fact that Robbins Diamonds has hidden a 20,000 dollar diamond ring somewhere in Philadelphia and is inviting 250 couples to play this game, on their cell phones, to try to find the diamond ring first. One lucky couple gets to keep it. The SmartRoute algorithm itself, developed by several engineers out of Princeton University, is the first of its kind to dynamically route players on their mobile phones across a real-world game arena, without requiring GPS-enabled phones. SmartRoute handles the ambiguity inherent in location based games when applied across the broad spectrum of cell phones in the market. Some pretty interesting stuff. According to the founders, "it has a lot of potential applications beyond cool promotions, but we're glad to be demoing it to the world with this exciting Robbins Diamonds Dash event!" Read more about the game, and about the technology at www.robbinsdiamondsdash.com
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Yan writes: "Sycolaser, a Chinese laser TV company unveiled a 120 inch laser TV on the 10th China Beijing International High-tech Expo today. The official press release, which is in Chinese, can be found here. via: Laser Web"
Jared writes: "The site will be modeled after YouTube in that content will be user generated. What will set it apart however, is that there will be "no censorship," that The Pirate Bay "will not be the moral police" and determine what content stays or goes as is oftentimes the case with YouTube. He then hinted that that the community will instead be the censors, that "the community will have to do that.""
too bad they never say anything about the release date anywhere in thereThe release dates are on the teaser/poster images. Click any of 'em, or check out the one Frankie edited at the bottom of the page.