Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Virtual modding today..


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I have been testing Viliv S5 and UMID Mbook today.. UMID for 3G mod etc.

Then I noticed that my new video lights are here soon and I don't have a bracket for the one to my cam.. started drawing a bit on paper... switched to 3D... started to to play with designs... rendering...


So... now you know how my day has been and why there are no new videos etc..

Good news is that soon my videos will be brighter and more detailed as those new lights should make a big difference.

.. i will adjust the bracket just a bit more.. then I stop...







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10 comments:

JOSH the MIRROR guy! said...

wow. you sure do like to mod!

elipsoid said...

Duct tape FTW.

Anonymous said...

Would it block any of the focus components if you put the LEDs around the lens? If you would put more LEDs at one position you would still have soft shadows.

Farsoft said...

What "cad" program did you use?

JKK said...

Yep, led ring would be cool too.. On my use this setup is is till better.

I used Ironcad

Reid said...

Haha, awesome.

Anonymous said...

So? When the video on the new RunCore that you say is fastest yet? Is it SATA? Will it be a good drop in SATA HD replacement for a HP 2140? As I just got the new 2140 with HD display (got rid of the 2133) and so far the 2140 is ok to use with 6 cell battery mdl# FM839UT (gets about 4.5 Hrs battery so far). It does not get nearly as HOT as the 2133 did. Anyway, I need a fast SSD for it as HP 1240 came with a hard drive that I did not want. Saddly, the only SSD option from HP for HP 2140 is a HUGE 80 GB SSD that I don't need to be so big and so expensive and HP has no option for a 16GB one that would be perfect). What do you suggest for a Run Core SSD that would be a good one to use?

JKK said...

There will be news about it really soon.. hold of buying a bit longer...

Anonymous said...

Is there a Touchscreen MOD for the HP 2140 with the 10.1-inch diagonal Illumi-Lite LED HD display?

OR the Dell 10 with Touchscreen Display?

Anonymous said...

What would be an interesting test:
IF you could use 2 SSDs running RAID 1 in a netbook, Other than the redundancy.... more or of equal importance would be IF the Vectored I/O (or scatter / gather, where the system reads from the first data it can get, meaning it reads as fast as can be read) if the RAID 1 scatter/gather would make the current SSDs in a netbook almost twice as fast as using just one?

Vectored I/O might result in booting twice as fast and making all data reads twice as fast (at the highest expectation, of course could be lower, but better).

Google this: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vectored_I/O
Quote: "Efficiency: One vectored I/O read or write can replace many ordinary reads or writes, and thus save on the overhead involved in syscalls"

Then all they need to do is use ECC RAM in a netbook and they have a more mission critical piece of hardware for say financial accountants to use in the field?

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