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An online phone service shows that Internet telephony’s time may finally have come.
USC’s Paul Debevec shows how to use light from the real world-and algorithms from the digital one-to render an actor’s face as it would appear under any conditions.
Traffic from peer-to-peer programs like Kazaa and Skype floods the Net. Now we see products that are aimed at channeling the traffic better. Guess who’s behind them.
Software recognizes and interpret shapes sketched on a tablet computer, enabling designers to bypass paper.
New software simulates the complex physics of combustion to produce convincing animations of flame and smoke.
Sure, there’s a new federal law, and e-mail filtering tools are getting better. But a growing alliance between spammers, hackers, and organized crime bodes poorly for the future of e-mail.
Al Gross’s 1938 invention of the walkie-talkie launched mobile communications.
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Sarnoff shows how to turn the feeds from many surveillance cameras into a unified 3-D scene.
Michael Hawley’s record-breaking photographic book on Bhutan is raising money for schools in the Himalayan kingdom.