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See video Steve Jobs and Bill Gates Together: Part 8 of 10

In Part 8 of 10, Steve and Bill reveal the greatest misunderstanding about their relationship, joke with Walt and Kara and receive a standing ovation from the crowd as they conclude their fireside chat.

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See video Interactive Visualization of the Search for Love

This video shows the "I Want You To Want Me" interactive exhibition commissioned by the Museum of Modern Art, New York. It creatively visualizes the search for love using data collected at regular intervals from Internet dating sites.

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See video Doll Face

A machine with a doll face mimics images on television screen in search of a satisfactory visage.

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See video ARGuing European Union Project - Games in Education

ARGuing will help teachers use the Internet within language education. The project is funded by the European Union within the Lifelong Learning programme.

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See video Demonstration of Caldecott Choice Video Project

Mrs. Lockwood, the librarian at Alexandria Country Day School, created this sample video to demonstrate to her students what they should be aiming for in their Caldecott Video Projects.

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See video The Machine Is Using Us - Web 2.0

A visual explanation / demonstration of Web 2.0 in less than five minutes.

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See video Mythbusters - 650 mph rocket car crash

Will a rocket travelling at 650 mph (1046 km/h) completely pancake a car? Or will the car simply disintegrate?

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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 Scratch Input: Inexpensive sound-based input device

Scratch Input can turn any surface into an input device by detecting the unique sound of a fingernail moving against a surface. All that is required is a sensitive microphone, so this could potentially be a very inexpensive input device.

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See video Did You Know 4.0

Another fantastic visual presentation of intriguing statistics, focusing on the changing media landscape, convergence and technology. The video was made in partnership with The Economist.

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