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GeneralSoftware "News" Pin
Dennis C. Dietrich18-Jan-05 18:34
memberDennis C. Dietrich18-Jan-05 18:34 
GeneralPaint.NET 2.0 released Pin
Dennis C. Dietrich22-Dec-04 16:15
memberDennis C. Dietrich22-Dec-04 16:15 
GeneralAdvanced collection classes for the .NET Framework 2.0 Pin
Dennis C. Dietrich17-Nov-04 12:09
memberDennis C. Dietrich17-Nov-04 12:09 
General"Follow the Bouncing Malware" by Tom Liston Pin
Dennis C. Dietrich14-Nov-04 4:30
memberDennis C. Dietrich14-Nov-04 4:30 
GeneralFourth General Protection Fault book available for pre-order Pin
Dennis C. Dietrich15-Oct-04 15:41
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GeneralCrash me... now! Pin
Dennis C. Dietrich23-Sep-04 19:38
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GeneralEngineer builds robot that walks on water Pin
Dennis C. Dietrich23-Sep-04 19:32
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GeneralELP Laser Turntable Pin
Dennis C. Dietrich23-Sep-04 19:24
memberDennis C. Dietrich23-Sep-04 19:24 
A few weeks ago I and some colleagues were wondering if it would be possible to build a record player with an optical pickup. We finally agreed that it should be possible since a sound wave on a record is nothing else than differences in elevation on both sides of the groove representing the two channels of a stereo recording. Theses elevation differences can be measured optically. Nice theory, isn't it? Well, what we didn't know was that a product based on this concept already exists. The Japanese ELP Corporation[^] developed, manufactures and sells what they call the Laser Turntable[^], a record player using a pickup with five lasers. I would definitely like to have one (it's a cool geek toy for archiving rare recordings which are not available on CD) but 10,000 USD for the entry level and 13,000 USD for the high end version[^] (without any accessories of course) is a 'little' bit more than I would be able to spend on it. But that's not all. In September of 2002 Ofer Springer wrote a program called Digital Needle[^] to regain the sound wave on a record from a scanned image of it. While this was highly creative it was also highly experimental so beware when listening to the samples (it's kind of weird Wink | ;-) ). It sounds as if the resolution was too low and there was as low-pass filter missing. I wonder if this technique will ever be developed to a product considering the resolution the scan of the records must at least have to regain a 20 KHz signal from one of the inner grooves.
GeneralProgram Lets People Design 3-D Objects Pin
Dennis C. Dietrich23-Sep-04 19:16
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GeneralIronPython - A Python implementation for MS .NET and Mono PinPopular
Dennis C. Dietrich23-Sep-04 19:05
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