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by LuciferII
14 Nov 2005, 00:46
 
Forum: Marketplace
Topic: New EBay listing for TS, Dvorak, Burgundy
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Views: 1259

Perhaps I didn't explain myself well enough: this apparatus would be as thin as paper perhaps The electrons wouldn't have to show in any way, it would just be how the touch sensor works: There is a field of passive transistors, directly above it is a high carbon glass. It would be like an open cirqu...
by LuciferII
14 Nov 2005, 00:42
 
Forum: Members' introductions
Topic: waving a hand: a common gesture to mean Hi!
Replies: 13
Views: 5421

Thought of telling something about myself, since I haven't done it yet. I'm a student in the field of laboratory and technics. I read fysics and math just for 'fun'. I've worked minimally woth coding, mainly VB6, i'm planning on getting C and C++, why not others as well. My head has about Na (consta...
by LuciferII
13 Nov 2005, 19:52
 
Forum: Members' introductions
Topic: waving a hand: a common gesture to mean Hi!
Replies: 13
Views: 5421

addition: with this, the hand wouldn't have to thouch the surface of the glass or whatever material it is, but the electrostaticity would be enough to create a current between the "electron catcher" and the transistors... Edit: Correction: yes the fonger would have to touch the surface to 'activate'...
by LuciferII
13 Nov 2005, 16:37
 
Forum: Members' introductions
Topic: waving a hand: a common gesture to mean Hi!
Replies: 13
Views: 5421

thanks for the link. next question: do you guys know how "plasmaballs" or "Magicballs", the ones with visible electron flows inside, work? i had an idea related to this: if the space inside the ball was reshaped and made flat and extremely tiny, so that the electron flow would be from a large field ...
by LuciferII
13 Nov 2005, 16:31
 
Forum: Members' introductions
Topic: waving a hand: a common gesture to mean Hi!
Replies: 13
Views: 5421

one could also speculate it to be a rendered image of the planned "final product". Since it has the heat recoqnizing TFT or something I believe that is what gives it away. I would like to send an e-mail to Elias and people @ FW concerning various issues, just haven't got my hands on an address yet.....
by LuciferII
13 Nov 2005, 10:17
 
Forum: Members' introductions
Topic: waving a hand: a common gesture to mean Hi!
Replies: 13
Views: 5421

That is what I will do. The minor point, though, is that I live in Finland which puts me at a disadvantage, but I won't let it stop. I was wondering that is this particular version (of which i posted pics) the older version of FingerWorks product line? I know where to purchase iGestures, unfortunate...
by LuciferII
12 Nov 2005, 22:02
 
Forum: Members' introductions
Topic: waving a hand: a common gesture to mean Hi!
Replies: 13
Views: 5421

waving a hand: a common gesture to mean Hi!

Greetings to the forum! Me: regular? finnish guy in Finland. Too many ideas in my head. I turn to You. Stating business..: I'm looking for a FingerBoard: http://www.edgereview.com/ataglance.cfm?category=Computing&ID=259 same: http://www.stuffo.com/gadget254.htm This is my first post so its a bit...
by LuciferII
12 Nov 2005, 18:40
 
Forum: Members' introductions
Topic: waving a hand: a common gesture to mean Hi!
Replies: 13
Views: 5421

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