Perhaps JACK would be a better example?
Sounds like we're going to be able to start passing around video in the way PulseAudio lets you connect various devices together, and make it easier to handle miniature external/secondary displays. Though the biggest benefit seems to be of an easy way to pass rendered 3D content directly to a web stream or over some remote desktop connection.
Does anyone know if this would this provide a performance boost over something like VNC for similar things? Or how about the possibility to pass rendered output as a fake video capture card input to a virtual machine? I think I get what this does, but I'm kind of wondering how exactly it's better than current solutions to these problems.
4th spatial dimension. None of this time-as-a-dimension BS.
No reason they couldn't if all the clocks were on their own circuit.
Are they going to finally get all their documentation up to date? For a prototype application I tried using Qt and found the documentation to be conflicting, and where it wasn't conflicting, it was just generally lacking.
It is possible. The router could even have an IPv6 address for every private IPv4 address, and translate between them. Is this practical? If you're willing to pay more than $40 for a router (or use a repurposed computer), it could be.
"Vector pixels" are squares of color, so you might as well just use a regular camera for that case. What you want is something that can detect shapes and textures separately. You can try to vectorize the textures, too, but once you start scaling you're still going to be lacking in anything of decent quality as it can only see the color and gradients. It'd have to know the physical makeup of the material to keep getting more detailed. At which point you might as well just do it CG.
Felt it on the third floor; just outside of Rochester. Was certainly not something I thought I'd experience here.
Boy I ought to read more before posting. Someone brought the same dang thing up right below here.
Not to mention a Core 2 Duo would probably put out half as much heat.
So, are they ever going to add combine-and-decode support? Maybe even support for other encoding formats?
Physics - Presented to David Schmidt of the University of Massachusetts, for his partial explanation of the shower-curtain effect: a shower curtain tends to billow inwards while a shower is being taken.
Oh, now I have to read the article to see if there's a way to counter act this!
It's nice, but the music track is too loud compared to the voice.
Freeze to death? Not inside my computer!
Sounds more like you're giving robots guns.