Philips Simplicity Event - Technology
Hong Kong, 2007
A music video i made for Technologic. Yes, that is me in all the shots...green screens are great.
Jim Earl, formerly of The Daily Show, Head Writer and Martin Sole, known for his HBO credits, Producer
Tomorrow, CMP Technology will debut The Friday ITch, a weekly comedy show from CMP TV www.techweb****/tv that highlights topical news items touching the business technology industry and pokes fun at them. The three minute internet TV program finds humor in all the madness that takes place in the business technology marketplace, and will be a lively and entertaining break for viewers.
The Friday ITch is the newest addition to our growing lineup of web video programming, which includes informative branded programming such as CIOs Uncensored, 3 Takes and Light Reading TV, explained Fritz Nelson, Executive Producer of CMP TV. We are on a mission to create a wide array of programs, from the practical and educational to the insightful and entertaining. We want to surround web visitors with rich media options.
Current research validates online video as a significant media platform for marketers. According to KnowledgeStorm Emerging Media Series 2006 research developed in conjunction with Universal McCann, 78 percent of business technology professionals say video makes online content more compelling or valuable.
Nelson added, We understand that managing technology is hard work and it is important to take a break from time to time. We hope that this video serves as a brief fun diversion for IT professionals.
The show is produced, directed, written and hosted by experienced broadcast TV professionals, including Jim Earl www.JimEarl****, an Emmy-winning writer formerly of The Daily Show. Earl has a long list of industry credits that include the new Marc Maron Radio Show, The Man Show and Burly TV. Martin Sole, who brings more than 20 years experience in the UK Broadcasting industry, is the producer. His past projects include The 9/11 Conspiracies and HBOs Band of Brothers.
The Friday ITch appears across the TechWeb Network, including InformationWeek, Network Computing, Optimize, intelligententerprise**** and TechWeb****. A new episode of The Friday ITch can be seen every Friday at www.techweb****.
For sponsorship opportunities, contact Fritz Nelson, Executive Producer, at fnelsoncmp****.
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, nearly 200,000 car crashes a year happen due to automobiles leaving their lanes. Now two new safety technologies could serve as an extra set of “eyes” for drivers and help them avoid a collision caused by an inadvertent lane change, or by colliding with a vehicle in the side blind spot while changing lanes.
The lane departure system uses a camera located between the inside rearview mirror and the windshield to detect lane markings on the road and alert drivers when they inadvertently stray from the lane. The system does not steer the vehicle; it is designed only to alert drivers so they can take appropriate action to move the vehicle back into the lane.
The side blind zone system uses radar sensors behind the rear fascia on both sides of the vehicle. It is designed to help drivers avoid lane-change crashes with vehicles in the side blind zone.
The new technologies will be available on all 2008 Buick Lucerne sedan models this summer.
Produced for General Motors
FlatWire is a technology, not a product. It's an innovative new approach to wiring that will change the way consumers, designers and contractors think about home makeover and renovation and its applications are global.
Install a pair of sconces on either side of the master bed; "float" a flat screen TV; easily add a surround sound system or new home theatre all without breaking through walls to hide bundles of unsightly wires and cables.
FlatWire is a paper-thin wire that adheres flat to the surface of walls or ceilings and becomes virtually invisible when covered with paint or wallpaper. No costly, time-consuming in-wall install. Do-it-yourself or have it done. It's that simple.
This revolutionary new wiring technology removes many of the physical barriers to renovation caused by existing wiring systems.
It's estimated that heart disease kills one American every 34 seconds, making cardiovascular disease the number one killer in the United States. One of the best ways to stem the tide, according to physicians, is to diagnose heart problems - and intervene - early on. Now, new advances in molecular imaging technologies are allowing you to do just that.
The Biograph 64 from Siemens combines the anatomical info from CT with the functional information from PET technology. PET and/or CT technologies are rarely used in the ER environment, so this application is fairly unique. Using this technology, treating physicians can view incredibly detailed images of the heart and surrounding tissues - enabling them to detect early signs of heart disease that in the past, were only obtainable with invasive procedures.
The result: less than an hour after a patient enters the ER with chest pains, physicians can begin to provide personalized treatment, whether it means prescribing medication, or suggesting lifestyle changes that can help reverse heart disease. In hospitals without this technology, patients with chest pain are generally admitted to hospitals for 24 hours of observation -- then often times, released with a clean bill of health - only to return months, even days later, suffering from a full blown heart attack.
Produced for Siemens
These genius' never cease to amaze me.. This technology will soon be at our fingertips..
Now this is some cool new technology! There are probably a lot of possibilities for something like this.
June 26, 2007 -- A rural school district in Iowa is demonstrating that schools anywhere in the country are capable of arming students with the technology tools to succeed at the University-level and in the challenging, ever-changing job market. Tri-Center Community Schools has used a unique business model to partner with technology leaders HP, Microsoft and LSI to create an advanced computer network featuring new Serial Attached SCSI generation technology. Working with a local provider, the school offers student intern programs, parent access to grades and attendance 24/7, remote access for teachers, and a special e-mail program for students and staff. The technology model shows that it’s possible to move a school system forward even with limited budget.
* Prior to implementing the industry-education technology partnership, Tri-Center’s network was in total disarray with limited access for teachers and students. The school partnered with Heartland Technology Solutions, a local provider, to bring current technology to the school through innovative leasing programs.
* By deploying HP servers with SAS drives, Heartland instantly increased Tri-Center’s system performance by a factor of 4, thereby eliminating system bottlenecks and allowing e-mail applications to run smoothly. The school currently deploys over 2 terabytes of storage, about the capacity found in a university research library.
* Teachers at the school view the technology as a huge motivational tool to get students excited about learning.
Produced for LSI Corporation
Ladies are very good with technology.
Nations using new technology to make their views known to those who don't speak their language include Iran and Israel
Technology Transfer remains one of the primary factors behind BMW’s continued participation in motorsport’s premier formula. The latest application of this philosophy can be found in the new BMW M3. Dynamics, agility, power – all are present in this high performer with Formula One genes, which provides an exceptional driving experience. Discover the multi-faceted synergies between Formula One and road car technology: With the brand-new BMW M3.
Find out more at www.bmw-sauber-f1****
Dr. Nat the TechnoCat Looks at Tools and Trends in Education and Technology
This guy has found another way to utilize technology at the office.
X - ray Technology by japanese