GIZ! YOU'RE A FRIGGIN' GENIUS!<br><br>You just solved the whole name conundrum you were just kvetching about.<br>Introducing *drum rollllllllllllllllllllllllllllll*<br><br>The new [color:red]Mac@ss!</font color=red><br><br>Brilliant, Jim. Brilliant! <br><br>
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actually, it was to show off a piece of software that uses the motion sensor in the Mac laptops to invoke actual lightsaber sound effects.<br><br>Yeah, he's using the laptop with the new motion sensor in the same way that kid did with the broomstick in the lightsaber video... <br><br><br>
LOL yep I agree Giz<br><br>Still I wonder using the sudden motion sensor - does that mean the sound you here is the locking disk mechanism ? ? if it is then thats not a good thing I would think.<br><br>
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