I don't believe I've ever been to that site, but maybe I registered there a long time ago - but I'm fairly certain I haven't used an forum boards other than here, MacCentral, BASE, and a hacker board (I won't reveal the name for security purposes )<br><br>[color:red]semicolon dash parenthesis</font color=red>
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ok..<sigh>..let me show you your whole post...and try again..<br><br><blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p> As posted by MacGizmo<br>(Member)<br>08/13/02 11:12 PM <br><br>If you don't want to read the whole page, at least watch the video, and check out the pictures. Click here.<br><br><br>Here is a synopsis:<br><br>This may be old news to some of you, but it's the first time I've seen it, and I think it's fantastic. It's a Mac powered wooden mirror! Imagine an octogon shaped, six foot tall big screen TV where the pixels are made of wood. It's fully animated in real time and works as a mirror, recreating the image in front of it in full motion. The result appears as ... uh.. Wood TV? And it's Mac powered.<br><br>Sure, this has nothing to do with rumors, but it's a slow rumor day. This story appeared in Wired a few years ago, I don't know how I missed it, but I saw a post about the device by Gillian over on Aquafiles, and just had to see it for myself.<br><br>What's it good for? Who cares... it's a piece of art. A moving piece of art that combines the analog and digital worlds.<br><br>The creator of this device is Daniel Rozin, Director of research at NYU. The following web site contains background on the device, pictures, a shockwave demo, and a QuickTime of the mirror in action at the bottom of the page. Be sure to check it out<br><p><hr></blockquote><p><br><br>Emphasis added by me to show you were I"m talking about.<br><br>Ok..so by your first post you say you saw a post by Gillian over on Aquafiles...NOT someone told you about it or anything..but that you saw it.<br><br>Does this ring a bell?<br><br>
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