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See video Reactable: multi-user music instrument demo 2

The reactable, is a multi-user electronic music instrument with a tabletop tangible user interface.

3:13 527 5.23
See video Steve Jobs interview on CNBC

Steve Jobs interview on the iPhone.

10:00 298 5.23
See video Steve Jobs Documentary

Documentary on the history of Apple Computers and Steve Jobs by scottdog1515

9:43 210 5.23
See video Digital Learners

Only 28% of 12th graders in the US believe that schoolwork is meaningful. Only 39% believe that school work will have any bearing on their success in later life. What is missing?

7:42 256 5.19
See video Juan Enriquez: Tech evolution will eclipse the financial crisis (TEDTalks)

A humorous, inspiring and eye-opening presentation about the financial crisis and the potential of technology to reboot the economy.

18:51 171 5.16
See video Jeff Han: Multi-Touch Interaction

TedTalks 2006: Jeff Han is a research scientist for NYU's Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, and the inventor of a Minority Report style "interface-free" touch-driven computer

9:31 147 5.14
See video What is Google Chrome OS? (Chromium OS)

A short and humorously told story of how the Google Chrome browser led to the lightweight operating system Google Chrome OS (Chromium OS). Google OS would essentially turn your computer into a sophisticated web-browser, sacrificing functionality for speed and simplicity.

3:21 4516 5.08
See video Gmail IMAP for the iPhone

This video explains how to better manage your Gmail account on an iPhone through IMAP.

1:36 616 5.06
See video Large Hadron Collider - Rap

A funny, entertaining rap explaining the purpose and functions of the Large Hadron Collider, the world's largest particle accelerator complex.

4:52 179 5.05
See video Scratch Input: Inexpensive sound-based input device

Scratch Input can turn any surface into an input device by detecting the unique sound of a fingernail moving against a surface. All that is required is a sensitive microphone, so this could potentially be a very inexpensive input device.

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