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Intel's Industrial Control in Concert

Intel's Industrial Control in Concert

(2:46) Do you remember Animusic? Intel recreates Animusic's musical 3D animations in the physical world to show off Intel architecture's real-time capability in the industrial environment.

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Guest: (2148 days ago)
More cowbells perhaps
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More cowbells perhaps
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Guest: Jim (2154 days ago)
Seriously cool, now if they just could direct all the balls into their respective funnels... That would a tad bit more difficult!
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Seriously cool, now if they just could direct all the balls into their respective funnels... That would a tad bit more difficult!
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Guest: Kev (2160 days ago)
Look at all thoes Loosers with their camera phones.
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Look at all thoes Loosers with their camera phones.
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Guest: (2159 days ago)
That's a bit harsh. Maybe if they saw your spelling they would think you are the loser.
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That's a bit harsh. Maybe if they saw your spelling they would think you are the loser.
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Guest: Guest (2159 days ago)
all powered by ARM chips ;)
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all powered by ARM chips ;)
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Guest: LondonBoy (2157 days ago)
A million dollars to play ONE tune and then scrap it! that should help the economy!
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A million dollars to play ONE tune and then scrap it! that should help the economy!
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slicksps slicksps (2157 days ago)
Every penny they spent would have been subject to VAT so actually them buying 1,000,000 of equipment pays the people who make and distribute it who also pay tax on their earnings... I agree it's a waste but as long as it's privately funded, the economy is better off for it.
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Every penny they spent would have been subject to VAT so actually them buying 1,000,000 of equipment pays the people who make and distribute it who also pay tax on their earnings... I agree it's a waste but as long as it's privately funded, the economy is better off for it.
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Guest: mootpt (1988 days ago)
Latest comment: You think that so long as it gives the govt more to spend, it's ok?
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Latest comment: You think that so long as it gives the govt more to spend, it's ok?
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