Archive for the ‘Videos’ Category

Ass Clown Video

Saturday, September 6th, 2008

WTF is this ass clown video?

Such a waste of money. It’s not funny. It’s not informative. It doesn’t even make sense. I’m sorry, but what the hell is Microsoft up to?

The only reasons I’m re-posting it is so that we can all laugh at it, and so you can form your own opinion of the video if you want.

justin.tv still working

Tuesday, March 20th, 2007

It’s only the second day of justin.tv, but I’m surprised its still working. It was posted on TechCrunch last night. I have a feeling it will get really popular, and they won’t be able to support the amount of traffic they will be getting. Looks like its time for Zattoo to step up and help out, (see previous Zattoo post) assuming they are going to have issues. Who knows maybe they won’t have bandwidth issues and will be just fine. In the style of YouTube, you can embed the live feed right into your blog, but I couldn’t get it to work.

Zattoo to Broadcast World Cup

Sunday, May 28th, 2006

One of my professors from last year and a bunch of my friends have been developing Zattoo, a peer-to-peer video streaming technology back in Ann Arbor, Michigan. The client runs on both Windows and Mac and supposedly allows millions of viewers to watch a single live video stream over the Internet without costing the broadcaster a whole lot of bandwidth.

It is a little like BitTorrent in the fact that its peer-to-peer and doesn’t require the original person with the content to have a huge pipe to the Internet. It is very different from BitTorrent in the fact that the content is streaming. Timing makes a difference. If a piece of the video gets lost over the network, there is no need to resend it because you can’t rewind the video. There is no way to save the video to your computer either.

Just a few days ago, the news went out about Zattoo being the the system used for streaming the 2006 FIFA World Cup. That is very exciting news. I’m looking forward to being able to watch soccer over the Zattoo client in June! That is… if they are broadcasting to the US…

Quick-start, Long-play Internet Television Arrives with Zattoo P2P IPTV

Zattoo brings long play P2P broadcasting to Internet TV

UPDATE: Looks like Zattoo has a blog now! Yey!

Google Maps Presentation Video

Monday, November 28th, 2005

So, after several weeks of waiting, Merit was finally able to upload the webcast of the Google Maps presentation I gave at the Merit Joint Technical Staff Meeting on October 11th, 2005.

Just as a warning, the video is 45 minutes long and my not be the most simulating thing you’ve ever seen before. It is basically, an introduction to the Google Maps API on a very high level. I didn’t go into any code. It lays out what you can and can’t do with the Google Maps API, ho

Asian Ping Pong, Matrix Style

Wednesday, September 14th, 2005

This was just too awsome not to post:

http://crass.on.ru/flash/pingpong.html

Optical Camouflage

Wednesday, August 3rd, 2005

Optical Camouflage, cool! Check out the last video.

Dance Dance Immolation – DDR with Fire!

Wednesday, June 22nd, 2005

Dance Dance Immolation is an adaptation of the popular arcade video game Dance Dance Revolution, but with fire! Basically, you play DDR; when you do well, the computer shoots big propane blasts up into the air. When you do poorly, it shoots you in the face with flamethrowers. Yes, you, as in your actual corporeal body. And yes, flamethrowers, like the kind that are on fire.”

More Info

Flash Video

Thanks to: noisetube

DVD Listing for UofM Students

Tuesday, June 7th, 2005

Here’s a link to My DVD Collection along with the link to dvdX which is a DVD exchange program for students at UofM.

Storage Technology

Monday, April 25th, 2005

This is just really funny. I can’t belive they made a flash animation about a hard drive technology…. but it is genius!

Storage Technology

Dancing Car

Saturday, December 18th, 2004

This car comercial is pretty sweet.

Dancing Car