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My Coolest InFlight Video! 360° Full Perfect Rainbow Targets Flying Aircraft Over New York - IMRAN™

Click Start A Watch Party my friends. This truly is the coolest inflight video I have been able to record in all my years of flying. By just the right alignment of the sun above and towards my right catching The Boeing Company 737 at just the right time to project a full (and sometimes two) rainbow(s) circling the Southwest Airlines aircraft like a painted target shining on the clouds at just the right height with just the right amount of gaps to see the area on approach to Manhattan and on to final appraoch into New York! Time-shift livestream to enable titles to be added. Like, love, comment, click share.

 

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Big ups to Anthony for helping me with this one. Has anyone seen a stereographic projection using video sources before? Anthony came up with the wild idea and this is our first try. Shot with a Canon Vixia HF10 for 24 photos and 8 sources of video which you can see together or in HD on vimeo, only 4 of which were usable. I'll try to get more video sources, better stitching, blending, and matching on the next one. This one took about 4 hours of shooting & 20 hours of editing in Autopano Pro, Photoshop, and Sony Vegas. beep show did this .

I just wanted to share how beautiful this doll hairstyle looks after taking her out of her package. Her hair is Saran and it is all curled! Hasbro's team did a great job for this doll. Thank you Hasbro! I love this doll even more!

 

Pictures can't really show how well this doll hairstyle looks so I filmed a little video for you to watch. Hope you like it!

 

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I've had the Syrp Genie Mini a few months now, but it just dawned on me recently to give it a try for this type of video. I think the rotation speed is too fast here, so I'll slow it down next time. I also have to try this at twilight and night.

 

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IBM Research macht erstmals einen Quantencomputer öffentlich zugänglich. Ab sofort kann jeder Interessierte mittels Desktop-Computer oder Mobilgerät über die IBM Cloud auf einen Quantenprozessor bestehend aus fünf Quantenbits (Qubits) zugreifen und Experimente durchführen. Der freie Zugang soll Innovationen hin zum praktischen Einsatz von Quantencomputern beschleunigen. Für IBM ist die Quantentechnologie die Zukunft der Informationsverarbeitung. Sie hat das Potenzial bestimmte, bisher selbst für Supercomputer unlösbare Problemstellungen in Wissenschaft und Industrie wie beispielsweise in der Pharmaforschung oder den Materialwissenschaften zu lösen.

 

Die IBM Quantum Experience Plattform bietet Nutzern verschiedene Möglichkeiten, Quantencomputing auszuprobieren und zu entdecken: Sie können verschiedene Algorithmen testen und Experimente auf dem Quantenprozessor durchführen, mit den individuellen Qubits arbeiten sowie in Online-Seminaren und Simulationen mehr darüber erfahren, was Quantencomputer alles möglich machen könnten. Der von IBM zur Verfügung gestellte Quantenprozessor befindet sich am IBM T.J. Watson Research Center, dem Hauptsitz der IBM Forschung in Yorktown Heights, New York, U.S.A.. Er besteht aus fünf supraleitenden Qubits auf einem Siliziumchip. Die Qubits wurden mittels eines Standardverfahrens der Siliziumtechnologie hergestellt. Die hierbei verwendete Architektur von IBM Research erlaubt die Skalierung auf größere Quantensysteme und ist der führende Ansatz zum Bau eines universellen Quantencomputers.

 

Ein universeller Quantencomputer kann für die Berechnung jeder Aufgabe programmiert werden und für einige wichtige Anwendungen in Wissenschaft und Industrie exponentiell schneller sein als klassische Computer. Heute gibt es noch keine derartigen Computer, aber IBM erwartet, dass mittelgroße Systeme mit 50-100 Qubits im nächsten Jahrzehnt realisiert werden können. Ein Quantencomputer mit gerade einmal 50 Qubits könnte durch keinen Superrechner der gegenwärtigen TOP500-Liste emuliert werden. Dies zeigt eindrucksvoll das enorme Potenzial dieser Technologie.

 

Wissenschaftler arbeiten daher mit Hochdruck daran, diese Rechenleistung nutzbar zu machen. Anwendungen bei Optimierungsproblemen und der chemischen Forschung werden voraussichtlich die ersten sein, die durch Quantencomputer massiv beschleunigt werden können.

 

»Quantencomputer unterscheiden sich erheblich von heutigen Computern – nicht nur in ihren Bestandteilen, sondern besonders in dem, was sie können. Die Quantentechnologie wird gerade zur Realität und mit ihr werden die Möglichkeiten von computergestützten Berechnungen weit über das heute Vorstellbare hinaus erweitert«, sagt Arvind Krishna, Senior Vice President und Direktor von IBM Research. »Dies ist die Geburtsstunde des Cloud-basierten Quantencomputings. Indem wir der Öffentlichkeit Zugang zu IBMs experimentellen Quantensystem geben, wird es für Forscher und die wissenschaftliche Gemeinschaft einfacher, Innovationen im Bereich der Quantentechnologie voranzutreiben und neue Anwendungsfelder zu entdecken.«

  

IBM Quantum Experience

 

Quanteninformationen sind sehr empfindlich, da Qubits bei der Wechselwirkung mit Materie und elektromagnetischer Strahlung ihre Information verlieren. Um dies zu vermeiden, befinden sich Quantenprozessoren in einem »Tiefsttemperatur-Kühlschrank«. Den IBM-Wissenschaftlern gelangen erst im letzten Jahr einige wichtige Entwicklungsfortschritte sowohl in der Herstellung der Qubits als auch bei deren elektronischen Ansteuerung, um so den Nutzern der IBM Quantum Experience Plattform erstmals einen Prozessor mit fünf Qubits zur Verfügung zu stellen.

 

In Verbindung mit der Software-Expertise von IBM Research entwickelten die Forscher ein dynamisches Benutzerinterface, das es Nutzern erlaubt, einfach über die Cloud auf den Quantencomputer zuzugreifen. Für das Team ist dies nur der Beginn einer neuen Anwendergemeinschaft, die sich mit Quantencomputern und ihren Fähigkeiten befasst. Zukünftig haben die Nutzer die Möglichkeit, mit ihren Ergebnissen zu dieser Community auf der IBM Quantum Experience Plattform beizutragen. Die IBM-Wissenschaftler werden zukünftig ihre neuesten Forschungsfortschritte dort ebenfalls veröffentlichen.

 

IBM plant nach und nach weitere Qubits und neue Prozessor-Generationen zu IBM Quantum Experience hinzuzufügen, damit die Nutzer neue Erfahrungen sammeln und dabei helfen können, neue Anwendungen für diese Technologie zu entdecken.

 

Mit dem offenen Zugang zur IBM Quantum Experience können Unternehmen und Organisationen nun beginnen, das Potenzial dieser Technologie für sich zu erschließen. Außerdem bietet sich für Universitäten die Möglichkeit, ihr Unterrichtsprogramm in Quantencomputing und verwandten Bereichen anhand von konkreten Anwendungsbeispielen auszubauen. Studenten erhalten die Gelegenheit, sich mit vielversprechenden neuen Karrierewegen in Quantentechnologie vertraut zu machen.

 

Was ist Quantencomputing?

 

Die grundlegendste Information, die ein Computer versteht, ist das Bit. Vergleichbar mit einem Lichtschalter, der ein- und ausgeschaltet werden kann, hat ein Bit die zwei Zustände »1« oder »0«. Ein Quantenbit kann ebenfalls »1« oder »0«, aber auch beide Zustände gleichzeitig annehmen. Dies wird als Superposition oder beispielsweise als »0+1« bezeichnet. Das Vorzeichen dieser Superposition ist wichtig, da beide Zustände »0« und »1« eine Phasenbeziehung miteinander haben.

 

Diese Superpositionseigenschaft ermöglicht dem Quantencomputer, die richtige Lösung unter Millionen von Möglichkeiten viel schneller als konventionelle Computer herauszusuchen.

 

Da Quanteninformationen so empfindlich sind, ist die Korrektur von Quantenfehlern eine wesentliche Voraussetzung für den Bau eines universellen Quantencomputers. Letztes Jahr präsentierten IBM Wissenschaftler erstmals einen Schaltkreis aus vier, in einem quadratischen Gitter angeordneten Quantenbits. Dieser entspricht der kleinsten vollständigen Einheit eines skalierbaren Quantencomputers mit Quantenfehlerkorrektur. Denn mit dieser Anordnung können die zwei Arten von Quantenfehlern (sogenannte Bit-flip- und Phase-flip-Fehler), die in jedem Quantencomputer auftreten können, entdeckt und gemessen werden.

  

Nun gelang den Wissenschaftlern durch die Kombination von fünf Qubits in der Gitterstruktur ein weiterer wichtiger Schritt hin zum Universalquantencomputer. Die Anordnung mit insgesamt fünf Qubits erlaubt eine Messung der Parität (binäre Quersumme) von vier benachbarten Qubits. Dies ist eine der wichtigsten logischen Operationen in Quantencomputern und die Basis von vielen Protokollen zur Quantenfehlerkorrektur.

 

IBM Research Frontiers Institut

 

Die Quantencomputer-Plattform IBM Quantum Experience ist eine Kerninitiative des neu gegründeten IBM Research Frontiers Institut. Das Frontiers Institut ist ein Konsortium zur Entwicklung von bahnbrechenden IT- und Computertechnologien, um wegweisende Innovationen voranzutreiben. Unternehmen von verschiedensten Industrien können IBMs Forschungsexpertise und neuste Infrastruktur nutzen, um auszuloten, welchen Einfluss Quantencomputer auf ihre Organisation und ihr Geschäftsfeld haben werden. Gründungsmitglieder des Frontiers Institute sind Samsung, JSR und Honda.

 

IBM Quantum Experience: www.ibm.com/quantumcomputing

 

Youtube-Video: Cloud-basierten Quantencomputing youtu.be/DZ2DcILZAbM

 

Youtube-Video: 360° Video des IBM Quantenlabors: youtu.be/jf7D8snlsnQ

 

Youtube-Video: Rundgang durch das IBM Quantenlabor: youtu.be/KZf4BSmgdO4

    

IBM Makes Quantum Computing Available on IBM Cloud to Accelerate Innovation

 

Users can run experiments on an IBM quantum processor

 

Yorktown Heights, N.Y., (04 May 2016) – IBM (NYSE: IBM) Research announced today that for the first time ever it is making quantum computing available to members of the public, who can access and run experiments on IBM’s quantum processor. IBM scientists have built a quantum processor that users can access through a first-of-a-kind quantum computing platform delivered via the IBM Cloud onto any desktop or mobile device. IBM believes quantum computing is the future of computing and has the potenzial to solve certain problems that are impossible to solve on today’s supercomputers. The cloud-enabled quantum computing platform, called IBM Quantum Experience, will allow users to run algorithms and experiments on IBM’s quantum processor, work with the individual quantum bits (qubits), and explore tutorials and simulations around what might be possible with quantum computing. The quantum processor is composed of five superconducting qubits and is housed at the IBM T.J. Watson Research Center in New York. The five-qubit processor represents the latest advancement in IBM’s quantum architecture that can scale to larger quantum systems. It is the leading approach towards building a universal quantum computer. A universal quantum computer can be programmed to perform any computing task and will be exponentially faster than classical computers for a number of important applications for science and business. A universal quantum computer does not exist today, but IBM envisions medium-sized quantum processors of 50-100 qubits to be possible in the next decade. With a quantum computer built of just 50 qubits, none of today’s TOP500 supercomputers could successfully emulate it, reflecting the tremendous potenzial of this technology. The community of quantum computer scientists and theorists is working to harness this power, and applications in optimization and chemistry will likely be the first to demonstrate quantum speed-up.

   

»Quantum computers are very different from today’s computers, not only in what they look like and are made of, but more importantly in what they can do. Quantum computing is becoming a reality and it will extend computation far beyond what is imaginable with today’s computers,” said Arvind Krishna, senior vice president and director, IBM Research. »This moment represents the birth of quantum cloud computing. By giving hands-on access to IBM’s experimental quantum systems, the IBM Quantum Experience will make it easier for researchers and the scientific community to accelerate innovations in the quantum field, and help discover new applications for this technology.”

 

With Moore’s Law running out of steam, quantum computing will be among the technologies that could usher in a new era of innovation across industries. This leap forward in computing could lead to the discovery of new pharmaceutical drugs and completely safeguard cloud computing systems. It could also unlock new facets of artificial intelligence (which could lead to future, more powerful Watson technologies), develop new materials science to transform industries, and search large volumes of big data.

 

IBM Quantum Experience

 

Quantum information is very fragile and needs to be protected from any errors that can result from heat and electromagnetic radiation. Signals are sent in and out of a cryogenic dilution refrigerator to measure operations on the quantum processor.

 

The IBM team has made a number of robust engineering advances both at the device level and in the electronic controls to give IBM Quantum Experience users unprecedented and reliably high-quality performance in this five-qubit processor. Coupled with software expertise from the IBM Research ecosystem, the team has built a dynamic user interface on the IBM Cloud platform that allows users to easily connect to the quantum hardware via the cloud. The team sees the introduction to the public of this complete quantum computing framework as just the start of a new user community, which embraces the quantum world and how it works.

 

In the future, users will have the opportunity to contribute and review their results in the community hosted on the IBM Quantum Experience and IBM scientists will be directly engaged to offer more research and insights on new advances. IBM plans to add more qubits and different processor arrangements to the IBM Quantum Experience over time, so users can expand their experiments and help uncover new applications for the technology.

 

Quantum computing – a different way of thinking

 

We live in a world where classical physics defines our experiences and our intuition, and ultimately how we process information. However, nature at the atomic level is governed by a different set of rules known as quantum mechanics. It is beyond the reach of classical computers to solve problems that exist in nature in which quantum mechanics plays a role, for example, understanding how molecules behave.To overcome this, in 1981, Richard Feynman proposed to build computers based on the laws of quantum mechanics. Over three decades later, IBM is helping to make this a reality.

 

Quantum computing works fundamentally differently from today’s computers. A classical computer makes use of bits to process information, where each bit represents either a one or a zero. In contrast, a qubit can represent a one, a zero, or both at once, which is known as superposition. This property along with other quantum effects enable quantum computers to perform certain calculations vastly faster than is possible with classical computers.

 

Most of today’s quantum computing research in academia and industry is focused on building a universal quantum computer. The major challenges include creating qubits of high quality and packaging them together in a scalable way, so they can perform complex calculations in a controllable way.

 

IBM employs superconducting qubits that are made with superconducting metals on a silicon chip and can be designed and manufactured using standard silicon fabrication techniques. Last year, IBM scientists demonstrated critical breakthroughs to detect quantum errors by combining superconducting qubits in latticed arrangements, and whose quantum circuit design is the only physical architecture that can scale to larger dimensions.

 

Now, IBM scientists have achieved a further advance by combining five qubits in the lattice architecture, which demonstrates a key operation known as a parity measurement – the basis of many quantum error correction protocols. The road towards universal quantum computing hinges upon the achievement of quantum error correction, and the IBM team has taken another important step down this challenging path.

 

New frontiers for quantum computing

 

There has been tremendous progress and interest in the field of quantum of computing in recent years. By giving users access to the IBM Quantum Experience, it will help businesses and organizations begin to understand the technology’s potenzial, for universities to grow their teaching programs in quantum computing and related subjects, and for students to become aware of promising new career paths.

 

»It is a beautiful challenge to pursue the path to build the first universal quantum computer, but it requires us to change how we think about the world. Access to early quantum computing prototypes will be key in imagining and developing future applications,” said Dario Gil, vice president of science & solutions, IBM Research. »If you want to understand what a true quantum computer will do for you and how it works, this is the place to do it. You won’t experience it anywhere else.”

 

IBM’s quantum computing platform is a core initiative within the newly formed IBM Research Frontiers Institute. The Frontiers Institute is a consortium that develops and shares ground-breaking computing technologies to spur world-changing innovations. Companies from diverse industries can leverage IBM’s research talent and cutting-edge infrastructure to explore what the future of quantum computing may mean for their organization and business.

 

To access the IBM Quantum Experience and for more information on IBM’s quantum computing research, please visit www.ibm.com/quantumcomputing.

 

About IBM Research

 

For more than seven decades, IBM Research has defined the future of information technology with more than 3,000 researchers in 12 labs located across six continents. Scientists from IBM Research have produced six Nobel Laureates, 10 U.S. National Medals of Technology, five U.S. National Medals of Science, six Turing Awards, 19 inductees in the National Academy of Sciences and 20 inductees into the U.S. National Inventors Hall of Fame. For more information about IBM Research, visit www.ibm.com/research. ap-verlag.de/quantencomputing-fuer-jedermann-ueber-die-cl...

The only way I could capture this scene was with video (5DMKII+16-35mm)

 

Pan/swoop (:P) shot of the TWiT taping today at CES with all the lovely hosts, Leo Laporte, iJustine, Tom Merritt, Sarah Lane, Brian Brushwood, Patrick Norton, Robert Heron & Will Harris and the awesome behind-the-scenes gadgets and TWiT team that makes all the magic happen!

 

After the taping I ran to the airport and left Las Vegas for the second time in a week! I'm exhausted, but revved to start my new photo show with Leo very soon!

 

Click here to listen to the whole show: TWiT 283: Live From CES

  

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A quick 360° on Totnes Steamer Quay during the first rainy walk to work for a while. Traditional British summer weather, not the hot, dry weather we've been having so far.

 

The beautiful pot of Rozette Amaryllis deserved a good 360 degree turn in the spotlight. The experts make it look so easy in the movies :)

 

9 January 2020

Indiana

Sorry for the unsteady hands

This is an uncut clip from my 360 video rig. This clip was used to produce an educational adventure through the everglades. You can see the video at www.youtube.com/watch?v=VFKteuHDEFw

This was filmed using 6 GoPro Hero 4 Blacks in a diamond configuration. The clapping you see my son doing at the start is a synchronization cue so that when I'm stitching the clips together I can use the three loud claps to match up the video tracks.

I hope you all had an absolutely wonderful Thanksgiving with your family and loved ones. I was blessed enough to spend it at my blessed home in Apollo Beach, Florida. After nearly 6 or more weeks I was able to make time to get out on the water and enjoy the absolutely perfect boating weather that Tampa Bay offers almost year-round. This is just a quick spin on the jet ski as I was coming back home from a great time and ride out to beer can Island.

 

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This is one of the things I've been working on here and there for the last few months; an orientation-aware USB camera.

First I built a circuit to make it so I could read a 3-axis magnetometer and a 3-axis accelerometer over USB, just for the heck of it. Then later, while trying to come up with something interesting to do with such a device, I decided it could be neat to throw a webcam in the mix.

After I got everything to work, and after a while of playing around with different ideas for software to make use of all that data, I came up with the app in the video.

We attended mass here to hear the monks sing to native instruments. Photography was not allowed inside, but afterwards I took this video.

Nice colorful sunset this evening. Combined 293 frames to make this video. 360° view up here.

A few more days of videos, then I start in on my photos. I have 13 rolls at the processor plus more on my digital and my camera phone.

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The Classic 1960s TV icon "The Batmobile" makes a visit to Scotland's Riverside Transport Museum in Glasgow.

 

The 1966 Batmobile from the iconic 60s TV series of the DC Comics “Caped Crusader” BATMAN

  

This fully working “road legal,” stage prop was built by renowned cinema and TV custom car builder George Barris, who built it around the design of the futuristic concept car called the Lincoln Futura. The Futura was built by Ford at a factory in Italy at a cost of $250,000 but never seen production. Barris acquired the car in the mid 1960s for the cost of $1.

 

The Batmobile was probably the most well known car in the western world at the time of the TV show inspiring the trend for future TV heroes to have a “pimped-up” egocentric, custom car.

 

The original Batmobile was auctioned by it’s owner George Barry in 2013 and sold for a staggering $4.6 Million, matching the record with the Aston Martin DB5 driven by Sean Connery in the film Glodfinger, ”for the “Highest Price Fetched At Auction” for a movie car.

 

The Batmobile originally had a front “slasher blade” that could be extended to break through barricades or ram villain’s cars during high speed chases but this was removed by the request of the producers as they felt it too dangerous. The Corgi toy version from the same era retained the “Slasher Blade” which could be extended by the press of a button, it also fired rockets, making the Batmobile a “boss car” in many a toy box. A pristine toy Batmobile still in box, in full working order can fetch up to £700 in eBay!

 

This Batmobile was driven by actor Adam West who played Batman in the TV series in the 1960s .

 

Scottish Fans of Batman and Robin as well as custom car enthusiasts can view the Batmobile as it makes an appearance at Glasgow’s Riverside Museum Of Transport from 24th November to 24th December 2017

 

Photography: C21 Troy

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LINKS

 

RIVERSIDE MUSEUM ▼

beta.glasgowlife.org.uk/museums/venues/riverside-museum

 

The ULTIMATE 1966 BATMOBILE RESOURSE ON-LINE ▼

1966batmobile.com/

 

ADAM WEST ▼

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adam_West

 

DAILY MAIL ▼

Holy moolah, Batman! Man who paid $1 for the original Batmobile sells it at auction $4.6M

 

www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2265319/Batmobile-Man-pa...

  

Apologies for the wobbly video but there wasn't much room to manoeuvre on the top of the mountain...

Nikon stand video 360, Salon de la photo 2015 , Paris

Just one of the "tiers" of our Afternoon Tea service at Ritz-Carlton Toronto's DEQ lounge. The attractive 360-degree display was too difficult to capture via my 2D camera, but have no fear, that's where our amazing server came to the rescue. Not captured here (maybe he was too shy) was his offer to provide music (hummed) as he spun the display.

 

Another treat - not just for the delicious bites and sips we took in, but also the service - we've (JH and I) experienced this week.

 

Besides indulging in a little Veuve Clicquot Rose (the upgraded Royal Tea package), we also sipped on a selection of loose leaf brews from Toronto's excellent Sloane Tea (one of my faves). A great combination overall, and a fantastic afternoon spent in the company of an amazing friend.

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