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Alpha Inventions

Ok something interesting just happened.


New Roller Coaster in Web -> The Infamous Stats Roller Coaster

I have just published a entry 30 minutes earlier about K-On and I always have the habit of checking my blog stats every now and then – to see what my readers are reading so I can better know what kind of contents the readers are looking for.

I am no expert on SEO and I am definitely a newbie in the blogsphere. I generally get about 30-50 hits per day and I am really happy about that already.

So I was checking my stats and I see a spike in my stats. Not something that happens everyday >.< , so I went to check and found out that most of my traffic are referred from Went to check out the site immediately.

And this is what I found out :

Alpha Inventions connects webmasters with each other in real-time by
providing traffic to webmasters from other webmasters as soon as they publish
a blog from Blogger, Word Press, Type pad, and Msn. Simple.

I am no programmer or anything so I don’t really know how this really works >.< . In fact I am still very blur about the whole idea, but I thought I would like to share. If you are interested, you can read more about it here —> AlphaInventions.wordpress

By the way, I have added a new RSS feed from Alpha Inventions on my widgets – hoping you would find other interesting reads while browsing through my blog. ^^, Cheers!


Microsoft Surface

Introducing Microsoft Surface!

This is probably old news to some of you, but nevertheless the concept is very very cool. I would definitely want something like this ^^,

This is basically what Microsoft Surface is (If you want to see how it works, just skip the text to the video) : 

Microsoft Surface™, the first commercially available surface computer from Microsoft Corp., turns an ordinary tabletop into a vibrant, interactive surface. The product provides effortless interaction with digital content through natural gestures, touch and physical objects. Surface is a 30-inch display in a table-like form factor that’s easy for individuals or small groups to interact with in a way that feels familiar, just like in the real world. In essence, it’s a surface that comes to life for exploring, learning, sharing, creating, buying and much more. Soon to be available in restaurants, hotels, retail establishments and public entertainment venues, this experience will transform the way people shop, dine, entertain and live.

How does Surface work?

At a high level, Surface uses cameras to sense objects, hand gestures and touch. This user input is then processed and the result is displayed on the surface using rear projection.

What is surface computing?

Surface computing is a new way of working with computers that moves beyond the traditional mouse-and-keyboard experience. It is a natural user interface that allows people to interact with digital content the same way they have interacted with everyday items such as photos, paintbrushes and music their entire life: with their hands, with gestures and by putting real-world objects on the surface. Surface computing opens up a whole new category of products for users to interact with.

What are the key attributes of surface computing?

Surface computing has four key attributes: · Direct interaction. Users can actually “grab” digital information with their hands and interact with content by touch and gesture, without the use of a mouse or keyboard. · Multi-touch contact. Surface computing recognizes many points of contact simultaneously, not just from one finger, as with a typical touch screen, but up to dozens and dozens of items at once. · Multi-user experience. The horizontal form factor makes it easy for several people to gather around surface computers together, providing a collaborative, face-to-face computing experience. · Object recognition. Users can place physical objects on the surface to trigger different types of digital responses, including the transfer of digital content.

How does Surface benefit consumers?

Surface breaks down the traditional barriers between people and technology, providing effortless interaction with digital content. Similar to the way ATMs changed how people got money from the bank, Microsoft is changing the way people will interact with all kinds of everyday content, including photos, music, a virtual concierge and games. Common, everyday tasks become entertaining, enjoyable and engaging, alone or face-to-face with family, friends or co-workers.

Microsoft Surface – The Magic, The Power, The Possibilities

Microsoft Surface Demo @ CES 2008

^^, I can only imagine the endless possibilities with this concept. The future! ^^,



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