2.5 Gigapixel Camera

Posted by Kaya Kupferschmidt • Monday, December 20. 2004 • Category: Weird
A very impressive project is the 2.5Gigapixel camera made by TNO TPD, a company situated in the netherlands.

Actually this is not only one picture. but a composition of 600 photos. Very impressive work! You can zoom in every detail on the virtual zoom camera.

Monica for President

Posted by Kaya Kupferschmidt • Tuesday, December 7. 2004 • Category: Weird

DVD Rewinder

Posted by Kaya Kupferschmidt • Sunday, December 5. 2004 • Category: Weird
This really is a must-have! The only true DVD Rewinder.

Quote: Too many DVDs, and CDs and not enough time to rewind? Are your DVDs running a bit too slow? The DVD rewinder is the perfect solution!...


The Zoom Quilt

Posted by Kaya Kupferschmidt • Monday, November 29. 2004 • Category: Weird

The Zoom Quilt is a collabartive art project that allows you to zoom recursively into an image. From the user experience point of view this project is related to the Zooming User Interfaces, which explores the possibilities of a natural zoom operation for GUIs.

Check it out!


Lego Church

Posted by Kaya Kupferschmidt • Sunday, November 28. 2004 • Category: Weird
Lego Church

Quote: I got back into LEGO building in June, 2000, shortly after adopting Precious, my third cat. She loved to be amidst my building from the start. She didn’t disturb partially assembled LEGO objects, or even piles of bricks, so I could leave her to play around my assembled work without too much fear of damage.

My first project was to be a large house, about 4 feet by 2 feet in size. I drew floor plans and built much of the front wall as a test of concept, then set about creating a pattern for the floor that was to become the living room. I quickly came up with a double row of crosses that reminded me of the center aisle of a church, and building a church suddenly seemed like a more interesting project.


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