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*clintonG
Message 21 of 31 (312 Views)

Re: AeroCAD - be prepared to be impressed

02-27-2010 06:39 AM in reply to: *clintonG
Yea hey? It will be amazing when it goes nano.

"Patrick Berry" wrote in message
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I think it's pretty cool. They've got some serious technical issues to
overcome, but the technology required to overcome them would have tremendous
benfits beyond creating a floating display. I see some serendipity in their
future. :-)
*The Dark Princess
Message 22 of 31 (312 Views)

Re: AeroCAD - be prepared to be impressed

02-28-2010 08:14 PM in reply to: *clintonG
dude. I'm still not impressed. and i had such high hopes.

--
TDP

First things first, but not necessarily in that order.

The Doctor
"clintonG" wrote in message
news:6345545@discussion.autodesk.com...
Yea hey? It will be amazing when it goes nano.

"Patrick Berry" wrote in message
news:6342478@discussion.autodesk.com...
I think it's pretty cool. They've got some serious technical issues to
overcome, but the technology required to overcome them would have tremendous
benfits beyond creating a floating display. I see some serendipity in their
future. :-)
*clintonG
Message 23 of 31 (312 Views)

Re: AeroCAD - be prepared to be impressed

03-01-2010 08:17 AM in reply to: *clintonG
You mean you can write better code? Show me... then I'll be impressed.

"The Dark Princess" wrote in message
news:6345975@discussion.autodesk.com...
dude. I'm still not impressed. and i had such high hopes.

--
TDP

First things first, but not necessarily in that order.

The Doctor
"clintonG" wrote in message
news:6345545@discussion.autodesk.com...
Yea hey? It will be amazing when it goes nano.

"Patrick Berry" wrote in message
news:6342478@discussion.autodesk.com...
I think it's pretty cool. They've got some serious technical issues to
overcome, but the technology required to overcome them would have tremendous
benfits beyond creating a floating display. I see some serendipity in their
future. :-)
*Alan Henderson
Message 24 of 31 (312 Views)

Re: AeroCAD - be prepared to be impressed

03-01-2010 09:04 AM in reply to: *clintonG
Funny.....I thought this was the CAD Manager discussion group.....Not the
"way out in the possible future" discussion group

"clintonG" wrote in message
news:6346205@discussion.autodesk.com...
You mean you can write better code? Show me... then I'll be impressed.

"The Dark Princess" wrote in message
news:6345975@discussion.autodesk.com...
dude. I'm still not impressed. and i had such high hopes.

--
TDP

First things first, but not necessarily in that order.

The Doctor
"clintonG" wrote in message
news:6345545@discussion.autodesk.com...
Yea hey? It will be amazing when it goes nano.

"Patrick Berry" wrote in message
news:6342478@discussion.autodesk.com...
I think it's pretty cool. They've got some serious technical issues to
overcome, but the technology required to overcome them would have tremendous
benfits beyond creating a floating display. I see some serendipity in their
future. :-)
*Expert Elite*
AllenJessup
Posts: 6,171
Registered: ‎05-21-2003
Message 25 of 31 (312 Views)

Re: AeroCAD - be prepared to be impressed

03-01-2010 12:38 PM in reply to: *clintonG
Well an new display device might fit into this area. Now if we were talking about the Navy funding research into Bussards Wiffle Ball (Polywell) reactor. That might be a different story.
Allen
*The Dark Princess
Message 26 of 31 (312 Views)

Re: AeroCAD - be prepared to be impressed

03-01-2010 11:22 PM in reply to: *clintonG
I would never waste my time on something like that - it is better spent on
doing things that actually help people and not revolving around 'see what I
can do now by buying neat stuff that other people created and putting it
together in a novel way resulting in something remarkably useless'

--
TDP

First things first, but not necessarily in that order.

The Doctor
"clintonG" wrote in message
news:6346205@discussion.autodesk.com...
You mean you can write better code? Show me... then I'll be impressed.

"The Dark Princess" wrote in message
news:6345975@discussion.autodesk.com...
dude. I'm still not impressed. and i had such high hopes.

--
TDP

First things first, but not necessarily in that order.

The Doctor
"clintonG" wrote in message
news:6345545@discussion.autodesk.com...
Yea hey? It will be amazing when it goes nano.

"Patrick Berry" wrote in message
news:6342478@discussion.autodesk.com...
I think it's pretty cool. They've got some serious technical issues to
overcome, but the technology required to overcome them would have tremendous
benfits beyond creating a floating display. I see some serendipity in their
future. :-)
*clintonG
Message 27 of 31 (312 Views)

Re: AeroCAD - be prepared to be impressed

03-02-2010 07:22 AM in reply to: *clintonG
Some of us heard this same type of objections and pigeon-hole mentality back
in the day when 2D CAD first emerged. Some of us even remember it was often
called 2-1/2D CAD as a means to convey what we imagined to be possible as we
tried to fake what our software could not yet make happen.

A lot has changed since then but some things and some types of people never
change so I'm not surprised to continue to observe many of you are clearly
devoid of any imagination and remain dull and insipid drafters with low to
no skills "managing" the drawing of toilet room partitions while some of us
relish the experience of being involved and participating in discovering and
using technology for all its worth.


"The Dark Princess" wrote in message
news:6346756@discussion.autodesk.com...
I would never waste my time on something like that - it is better spent on
doing things that actually help people and not revolving around 'see what I
can do now by buying neat stuff that other people created and putting it
together in a novel way resulting in something remarkably useless'

--
TDP

First things first, but not necessarily in that order.

The Doctor
"clintonG" wrote in message
news:6346205@discussion.autodesk.com...
You mean you can write better code? Show me... then I'll be impressed.

"The Dark Princess" wrote in message
news:6345975@discussion.autodesk.com...
dude. I'm still not impressed. and i had such high hopes.

--
TDP

First things first, but not necessarily in that order.

The Doctor
"clintonG" wrote in message
news:6345545@discussion.autodesk.com...
Yea hey? It will be amazing when it goes nano.

"Patrick Berry" wrote in message
news:6342478@discussion.autodesk.com...
I think it's pretty cool. They've got some serious technical issues to
overcome, but the technology required to overcome them would have tremendous
benfits beyond creating a floating display. I see some serendipity in their
future. :-)
*The Dark Princess
Message 28 of 31 (312 Views)

Re: AeroCAD - be prepared to be impressed

03-04-2010 05:27 AM in reply to: *clintonG
except this is using low tech mixed with hi tech used to achieve a very low
resolution surface model.

I prefer lasers for this and see that technology as a far more interesting
way to go.

yeah - we could get little cars to move around and shine lights and create
a giant 2-d display or we could use LED's...


http://www.physorg.com/news11251.html

http://www.funhous3.com/673/Cheoptics_360___Free_floating_3D_laser_display/

just because I don't dance to *your* tune doesn't make me not *in* tune.


--
TDP

First things first, but not necessarily in that order.

The Doctor
"clintonG" wrote in message
news:6347010@discussion.autodesk.com...
Some of us heard this same type of objections and pigeon-hole mentality back
in the day when 2D CAD first emerged. Some of us even remember it was often
called 2-1/2D CAD as a means to convey what we imagined to be possible as we
tried to fake what our software could not yet make happen.

A lot has changed since then but some things and some types of people never
change so I'm not surprised to continue to observe many of you are clearly
devoid of any imagination and remain dull and insipid drafters with low to
no skills "managing" the drawing of toilet room partitions while some of us
relish the experience of being involved and participating in discovering and
using technology for all its worth.


"The Dark Princess" wrote in message
news:6346756@discussion.autodesk.com...
I would never waste my time on something like that - it is better spent on
doing things that actually help people and not revolving around 'see what I
can do now by buying neat stuff that other people created and putting it
together in a novel way resulting in something remarkably useless'

--
TDP

First things first, but not necessarily in that order.

The Doctor
"clintonG" wrote in message
news:6346205@discussion.autodesk.com...
You mean you can write better code? Show me... then I'll be impressed.

"The Dark Princess" wrote in message
news:6345975@discussion.autodesk.com...
dude. I'm still not impressed. and i had such high hopes.

--
TDP

First things first, but not necessarily in that order.

The Doctor
"clintonG" wrote in message
news:6345545@discussion.autodesk.com...
Yea hey? It will be amazing when it goes nano.

"Patrick Berry" wrote in message
news:6342478@discussion.autodesk.com...
I think it's pretty cool. They've got some serious technical issues to
overcome, but the technology required to overcome them would have tremendous
benfits beyond creating a floating display. I see some serendipity in their
future. :-)
*clintonG
Message 29 of 31 (312 Views)

Re: AeroCAD - be prepared to be impressed

03-05-2010 09:46 AM in reply to: *clintonG
This particular MIT project is much more interesting because it uses a
currently clumsy and obfuscated way to imply that dangerous white men
controlling mad scientists are now on the brink of becoming capable of using
their science to formulate tangible 3D representations in space which are
manifested by manipulating the physics of nano-chemistry.

As compared to Asians using lasers to manifest a virtual representation of
space using light to infer a tangible object which cannot be touched.

The MIT boys are now beginning to write software programs that can generate
a 3D representation of a tangible object displacing space. Imagine 100 to
the 25th power of bucky balls generated from some type of chemistry that was
made to form the shape of a human soldier that was programmed to
self-destruct when it was in proximity of your body chemistry.


boom boom out go the lights.

"The Dark Princess" wrote in message
news:6348541@discussion.autodesk.com...
except this is using low tech mixed with hi tech used to achieve a very low
resolution surface model.

I prefer lasers for this and see that technology as a far more interesting
way to go.

yeah - we could get little cars to move around and shine lights and create
a giant 2-d display or we could use LED's...


http://www.physorg.com/news11251.html

http://www.funhous3.com/673/Cheoptics_360___Free_floating_3D_laser_display/

just because I don't dance to *your* tune doesn't make me not *in* tune.


--
TDP

First things first, but not necessarily in that order.

The Doctor
"clintonG" wrote in message
news:6347010@discussion.autodesk.com...
Some of us heard this same type of objections and pigeon-hole mentality back
in the day when 2D CAD first emerged. Some of us even remember it was often
called 2-1/2D CAD as a means to convey what we imagined to be possible as we
tried to fake what our software could not yet make happen.

A lot has changed since then but some things and some types of people never
change so I'm not surprised to continue to observe many of you are clearly
devoid of any imagination and remain dull and insipid drafters with low to
no skills "managing" the drawing of toilet room partitions while some of us
relish the experience of being involved and participating in discovering and
using technology for all its worth.


"The Dark Princess" wrote in message
news:6346756@discussion.autodesk.com...
I would never waste my time on something like that - it is better spent on
doing things that actually help people and not revolving around 'see what I
can do now by buying neat stuff that other people created and putting it
together in a novel way resulting in something remarkably useless'

--
TDP

First things first, but not necessarily in that order.

The Doctor
"clintonG" wrote in message
news:6346205@discussion.autodesk.com...
You mean you can write better code? Show me... then I'll be impressed.

"The Dark Princess" wrote in message
news:6345975@discussion.autodesk.com...
dude. I'm still not impressed. and i had such high hopes.

--
TDP

First things first, but not necessarily in that order.

The Doctor
"clintonG" wrote in message
news:6345545@discussion.autodesk.com...
Yea hey? It will be amazing when it goes nano.

"Patrick Berry" wrote in message
news:6342478@discussion.autodesk.com...
I think it's pretty cool. They've got some serious technical issues to
overcome, but the technology required to overcome them would have tremendous
benfits beyond creating a floating display. I see some serendipity in their
future. :-)
*Expert Elite*
AllenJessup
Posts: 6,171
Registered: ‎05-21-2003
Message 30 of 31 (312 Views)

Re: AeroCAD - be prepared to be impressed

03-05-2010 10:05 AM in reply to: *clintonG
I would think that the construct would have to contain at least some bucky tubes in order to be reactive to anything external.
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