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See video Sodium Acetate Sculptures (Hot Ice)

This experiment demonstrates instant crystallization in a supersaturated solution of Sodium Acetate and water. A second demonstration shows how to make ice sculptures (or pillars) with Sodium Acetate.

2:25 8770 6.65
See video Desktop Virtual Reality using the WiiRemote

With a Wii remote and a head mounted sensor bar you can transform your screen into a portal to a virtual environment.

4:46 5339 6.25
See video Low-Cost Multi-touch Whiteboard using the Wiimote

Using infrared (IR) light pens and the Wii Remote, it is possible to create very low-cost multi-point interactive whiteboards and multi-point tablet displays.

4:04 2260 6.04
See video Guitar Lesson: Sweet Child O Mine - Guns 'n' Roses

Learn the classic intro to Sweet Child O Mine by Guns 'n' Roses. Note that it is in dropped tuning, you need to tune every string down a semitone.
Lyrics included.

0:00 5067 6.00
See video Doodling in Math Class: Infinity Elephants

Various fascinating mathematical doodles. Step 1. Drawn any shape. Step 2. Draw the biggest circle you can within this shape. Step 3. Draw the biggest circle you can in the space left.

4:36 2446 5.98
See video Automatic Projector Calibration with Embedded Light Sensors

Turn any surface into a whiteboard / display. Johnny Lee demonstrates a technique to automatically discover the locations of surfaces in the projection area using embedded light sensors.

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See video OmniTouch - Demo Video 3:27 3040 5.92
See video Tilted Twister - Robot Rubik's Cube Solver

An ingenious lego robot solves a Rubik's Cube in just a few minutes.

3:00 760 5.92
See video The Internet in 1969

A remarkable prediction of future technology back in 1969, when the PC did not even exist yet (the first PC was the Apple II in 1977).

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See video Tracking fingers with the Wii Remote

Using an IR led array and some reflective tape, you can track fingers in thin air using the Wii Remote by Johnny Chung Lee, Carnegie Mellon University. The grid software is a custom program written using a C# wiimote library and DirectX.

4:07 1594 5.87
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