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1  THE TECHNO CLUB [ TECHNOWORLDINC.COM ] / Techno Videos / Urban Stealth Technology on: October 03, 2007, 11:45:27 AM
Urban Stealth Technology

The first cloaking device for cars.

Even thought you can park anywhere with a smart fortwo. You aren't allowed to do so in some places.

Turn your car into a candy machine. By covering it up.

It reduced parking fines by 73,8%. Approximately.
2  THE TECHNO CLUB [ TECHNOWORLDINC.COM ] / Techno Videos / Endorphin/Euphoria technology Showreel on: October 03, 2007, 11:43:24 AM
Endorphin/Euphoria technology Showreel

In an article by IGN, LucasArts reveals its plans in using new character physics technology to make the next-generation Indiana Jones video game as realistic as possible. LucasArts will be utilizing this new technology known as euphoria developed by NaturalMotion to give A.I. characters in the game a much more realistic personality, something the world has never seen before.
3  THE TECHNO CLUB [ TECHNOWORLDINC.COM ] / Techno Videos / Computer Science Technology on: October 03, 2007, 11:39:44 AM
Computer Science Technology

The Graphics, Gaming & Simulation specialization of Computer Science Technology is designed to prepare students for entry into the world of graphics programming. Graphics and simulation is used in several segments of Information Technology, including Education and Training, Aerospace and Defense, and Gaming.

The curriculum for this specialization begins at a more advanced level than other curricula of Computer Science Technology. Prerequisites for entry into this curriculum include College Algebra and College Trigonometry.

Graphics, gaming and simulation programmers tend to push hardware and software to its limits. An introduction to Assembler is included in this curriculum, but C++ is the primary programming language. After mastering the fundamentals of C++, the student moves into advanced applications of C++ in animation programming, multi-user interface programming, advanced mathematical applications, and artificial intelligence. Tools such as Open GL and DirectX are included in this curriculum.

This degree plan ends with a Comprehensive Software Project, in which the student designs and develops a portfolio of Graphics, Gaming and Simulation programming to present to potential employers.

Client Server Specialization...A specialization in Computer Science Technology at Texas State Technical College.
The maturing of network technology during the last decade of the 20th century has made possible the distribution of data and computing over a variety of hardware and software platforms. User-friendly graphical interfaces running on a client system can access data that is available to multiple users across a network. A growing number of businesses and organizations are using the Internet to interact with their customers and clients.

The curriculum for this specialization begins with fundamental programming and database concepts, and features both the Oracle and the Microsoft SQL Server environments. Students learn to install and administer Oracle and Microsoft databases running in a Windows server environment. Programming languages covered include C++, Visual Basic, and Java. Deployment of information using Internet technology is covered in the Advanced Visual Basic and Advanced Java courses.

Unix C++ Specialization...A specialization in Computer Science Technology at Texas State Technical College.

Unix is a popular multi-user operating system used by a significant portion of the Information Technology (IT) community. C++ is the language used most often by IT professionals working in a Unix environment. Other languages, such as Java, are also used in the Unix environment.

The curriculum for this specialization begins with fundamental programming concepts and progresses to intermediate and advanced courses in Unix, C++, and Java. Students will learn to install and configure a Unix installation as well as a Linux installation. Students will learn to create and execute programs written in C++ or Java on Unix and Linux systems.

Oracle Application Developer Specialization...A specialization in Computer Science Technology at Texas State Technical College.

The Oracle Application Developer Certificate is a four-semester program for developing skills in development of database applications. The curriculum is intense and progresses into advanced topics rapidly. Emphasis is on using Oracle databases. Programming tools such as Visual Basic, C++, and Java are taught at the introductory and advanced levels. Development of database applications for web implementation is included. A student who already has a degree in a different field should consider this certificate program as a means of gaining technical skills for employment in the computer science field.
4  THE TECHNO CLUB [ TECHNOWORLDINC.COM ] / Techno Videos / Japan: Samurai, Geisha and Technology on: October 03, 2007, 11:37:16 AM
Japan: Samurai, Geisha and Technology

Now the magnificent beauty of Japan is available on your TV or PC. This DVD includes stunning videos of Japan, a unique, intriguing country, which has incredible cities, castles, landscapes and hot springs. The videos are indexed so you can plan your tour.

SPECTACULAR DVD VIDEOS - You'll see the breathtaking scenery of Mount Fuji and Miya-jima. Explore Japan's best castles, ski resorts, relaxing hot springs, beautiful gardens, and its unique culture -- a land of kimonos, the tea ceremony, sushi, cherry blossoms, elegant Geisha and powerful Samurai. Shop in Ginza; see Tokyo's exciting nightlife, exquisite temples in Kyoto and Kamakura, Nikko's shrines, plus wildlife such as "Snow Monkeys". Climb Mount Fuji and join in Japanese weddings and festivals.

Japan - A Unique Blend of the Past and Future - You'll see how Japan has developed the world's best automobiles and consumer electronics and why it's the ideal travel site for Americans.

Incredible Travel Planner - See the videos and then plan your trip to one of the world's safest countries. The narration is in both the English and Japanese languages.

Some of the topics and sites covered on the DVD - Japan includes thousands of islands and mountains cover over 60 percent of the country. The largest island is Honshu where you should see Tokyo, Japans capital, and Kyoto, its cultural center. If you have more time, then see other sites on the next largest islands, Hokkaido and Kyushu. After you arrive by plane you can explore the country by airline, train, bus or even hiking or biking.

Tokyo is Japan's largest city and the economic heart of Japan. The Imperial Palace is home of Japans emperor and his family. The famous Ginza shopping and entertainment district has elegant department stories, which sell a huge diversity of goods including delicious foods, cosmetics, fashionable clothes and jewelry.

Japan offers a broad range of delicious and healthy food. The central part of the Japanese meal is rice, and usually some type of fish and some soup. And of course there is sushi and tempura and many others options.

In southeast Tokyo bay you can see auctions at Japan's famous fish market, the largest in the world. The activity begins very early in the morning, and they sell almost every fish in the sea, which is eaten including shrimp, ell, octopus, clams, swordfish and tuna.

Japan is the world leader in producing high technology consumer, robots, electronics and automobiles. If you want to buy cars and electronics of the future, stop by these showrooms to see them today.

Buddhism was imported from Korea and China in the 7th century. Shinto shrines tend to solemn and formal. And you may see some displays of the Japanese art of flower arranging. Shinto means the way of the gods and this religion honors your ancestors and nature.

The Buddhist temples can be like a carnival. After the gate there is a narrow street where vendors sell food and souvenirs. A Buddhist temple usually includes a large gate at it entrance, a main hall and often a pagoda. There are also buildings where scriptures are stored and a lecture hall. These religions help the Japanese through life, birth, marriage and to prepare for death.

While few Japanese are Christians, many Japanese get married in a chapel like setting and they have many of the elements of a western wedding, such as the reception, but they also blend in their own culture. The bride and groom are from Okinawa and Osaka and after the wedding ceremony they are playing traditional music and dances.

Kamakura, which is located near Tokyo, was where the first shogun, ruled Japan. Nikko has a shrine with wood carvings of monkeys, which depict the famous, hear no evil, see no evil, speak no evil. It also has a stunning gate inside which was beautifully carved with dragons, lions and children.

Kyoto is an elegant land of geisha and has over 1,000 temples and shrines and including the gold and silver pavilions, which have ponds flowers, rock gardens plants and trees. One was built for a patron of the arts who spent a great deal of time perfecting the tea ceremony and hosting moon gazing parties.

There are 12 surviving castles from Japan's feudal era and one of them was featured in a James Bond movie -You Only Live Twice.

Nagano has great skiing and was the site of the 1998 Winter Olympics - it has Japans largest ski resort. You can see many baseball games, Japan's most popular sport. The crowds chant for their favorite team, and young players hope to join the major leagues.

Unless you are visiting for winter sports, the best months for vacation are late spring, summer, early fall - april may june july august september october
Colder months winter - january february march november december
Currency -- yen

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5  THE TECHNO CLUB [ TECHNOWORLDINC.COM ] / Techno Videos / Accelerating Innovation: People, Processes, & Technology on: October 03, 2007, 11:34:52 AM
Accelerating Innovation: People, Processes, & Technology

On March 14, 2006, Jack Shaw, Vice President of Commercial Systems for Applied Systems Intelligence, gave the Keynote Speech to over 2000 executives attending SAP Brazil's 2006 User Forum in Sao Paulo -- the largest annual IT conference in South America. In this hour-long presentation, Jack discusses topics ranging from Innovation to Dynamic Business Process Management to Cognitive Systems.

Jack is one of the world's leading experts on business and technology. The author of such books at "Doing Business in the Information Age" and "Surviving the Digital Jungle", he has spoken to business groups thousands of times in 20 countries around the world.
6  THE TECHNO CLUB [ TECHNOWORLDINC.COM ] / Techno Videos / Technology and the Human Race on: October 03, 2007, 11:27:23 AM
Technology and the Human Race

 An interesting video that I came across
7  THE TECHNO CLUB [ TECHNOWORLDINC.COM ] / Techno Videos / Convergence and Divergence - future technology and consumers on: October 03, 2007, 11:26:15 AM
Convergence and Divergence - future technology and consumers

All innovation is divergent - doing things different and better. But most companies focus on convergence on price, quality, features. Future trends lecture by Dr Patrick Dixon, author Futurewise, for MTN global leadership event 
8  THE TECHNO CLUB [ TECHNOWORLDINC.COM ] / Techno Videos / Technology Fear Factor in Education on: October 03, 2007, 11:24:26 AM
Technology Fear Factor in Education

American Education continues to be afraid of technology and ignore its importance to our future as a nation and the future of our children. We must move ahead and use technology to teach and to keep our kids safe. Wisely used technology can be a friend of education. Ignorance is the enemy.
9  THE TECHNO CLUB [ TECHNOWORLDINC.COM ] / Techno Videos / Philips Photonic Textiles - Lumalive Technology on: October 03, 2007, 11:22:51 AM
Philips Photonic Textiles - Lumalive Technology

Within Philips Research, the Photonic Textiles business unit will develop and commercialize products based on the concept as we have shown at the IFA. Photonic textiles open up a wide range of applications in the fields of ambient lighting, communication, and personal health care. Photonic textiles are still a young business. Even at this early stage, however, Philips envisions partnerships with interior and apparel brands that see the potential of photonic textiles to revolutionize the very concept of fabric. The demonstration at IFA is also meant to show the opportunities offered by this technology and to gain customers' and visitors' feedback on these options.
10  THE TECHNO CLUB [ TECHNOWORLDINC.COM ] / Techno Videos / Pay Attention on: October 03, 2007, 11:21:14 AM
Pay Attention

Since most of today's students can appropriately be labeled as "Digital Learners", why do so many teachers refuse to enter the digital age with their teaching practices?

This presentation was created in an effort to motivate teachers to more effectively use technology in their teaching.
11  THE TECHNO CLUB [ TECHNOWORLDINC.COM ] / Techno Videos / NAZI UFO TECHNOLOGY! (*TESLA*) on: October 03, 2007, 11:19:18 AM

These are todays UFOs.
Video taken from "UFOs.The.Secret.Evidence.2005"
12  THE TECHNO CLUB [ TECHNOWORLDINC.COM ] / Techno Videos / Japon Çocuk Robot CB2 on: October 03, 2007, 11:17:11 AM
Japon Çocuk Robot CB2
13  THE TECHNO CLUB [ TECHNOWORLDINC.COM ] / Techno Videos / Open Sourcing Free Energy Technology on: October 03, 2007, 11:16:08 AM
Open Sourcing Free Energy Technology

Sterling D. Allan, CEO of Pure Energy Systems Network, and founder of the New Energy Congress, gives the captone presentation on Aug. 11, 2007 at the Gnomedex conference in Seattle. He speaks about the process of screening for the best clean energy technologies, and suggests the open source approach for breaking the logjam on some of the more revolutionary technologies. He defines "free energy" as referring to energy modalities that harness energy that does not have to be paid for, including conventional methods such as solar, wind, geothermal, and tide; as well as the exotic approaches, including cold fusion, zero point energy, and magnet motors. He expects that some of these more exotic forms could bring the price of energy down several-fold, while also being clean and renewable. He recommends the open source method for quickly disseminating the technology once it is mature enough.
14  THE TECHNO CLUB [ TECHNOWORLDINC.COM ] / Techno Videos / Touchscreen Computer Display Floats in Mid-Air on: October 03, 2007, 11:13:44 AM
Touchscreen Computer Display Floats in Mid-Air

As the manufacturer describes it "Heliodisplay images are not holographic although they are free-space, employing a rear projection system in which images are captured onto a nearly invisible plane of transformed air."
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