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two dimensional images in your barbecue

96 inches, but just 84 pixels. doh.

>The 96-inch screen employs computer-controlled bursts of fire, in a 12 x 7 array, to create scrolling text, simple animations, freehand sketching (via mouse), and an audio level meter. There's even a percussion mode, which takes advantage of the concussive nature of each burst to allow scripting and playback of complex rhythms.
http://www.infernoptix.com/

bjoern, Monday, May 22nd 2006 Digg | Tweet | Delicious 0 comments  
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~1d ago

joreg: @mediadog thanks for the pointer, links are updated

~1d ago

mediadog: Where are the 50beta42 offline instalers? The offline installers are still linked to 41, not 42.

~5d ago

id144: thanks @gegenlicht & @bjoern, i hope the festival sorted it.

~7d ago

Patxi7: @joreg done

~8d ago

joreg: @neuston @u7angel can you please start a forum thread describing the problem you're having with a few more words?

~8d ago

u7angel: @neutron, same here

~8d ago

neuston: I got 500 server error when I tried to install package from NuGet gallery. Are you encountering then same problem?

~9d ago

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