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Stanford assistant professor and entrepreneur, Ge Wang makes music with a mobile phone orchestra and iPhone ocarina. Stanford University: http://www.stanford.edu News Article: http://news.stanford.edu/news/2009/march4/stanford-mobile-phone-orchestra-030409.html Stanford University Channel on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/stanford
In this video, the Orchestra is playing IntraV: a tale in two parts. The iPhone plays only 2 notes. The intensity of each note is controlled by the horizontal and vertical acceleration of the iPhone. The iPhones are networked to a server which coordinate the intervals played by the different iPhones. Not shown in the video, a performer can also uses it breath (like the flute) via the microphone in addition to the magnetic direction and attitude of the iPhone to control the sound produced. The Webbie's autofocus is quite slow in low light, please be patient.
Preview the online course: Mobile Security More Info: http://computersecurity.stanford.edu/courses/mobile-security From smartphones to tablets to watches, users are relying more and more on the convenience of mobile technology. Organizations must meet this growing trend with greater security measures to support critical business functions and protect sensitive data on enterprise devices. Mobile architectures, applications, networks and services must all be developed and managed in compliance with the oversight of a strong IT workforce. This course provides an in-depth technical overview of the security features and limitations of modern mobile operating systems, including the top risks and vulnerabilities, every IT professional needs to know. You Will Learn: -Mobile application securit...
Stanford University Professor Hongjie Dai and colleagues have developed the first high-performance aluminum battery that’s fast charging, long lasting and inexpensive. The flexible, non-flammable device produces 2 volts of electricity. The research team was able to generate 5 volts - enough to power a smartphone - using two aluminum batteries and a converter. In this video, graduate student Ming Gong and postdoctoral scholar Yingpeng Wu demonstrate how the new technology could offer a safe alternative to lithium-ion and other batteries in wide use today. Producer: Mark Shwartz, Precourt Institute for Energy, Stanford Date: April 3, 2015 MORE INFORMATION: https://energy.stanford.edu/news/aluminum-battery-stanford-offers-safe-alternative-conventional-batteries Nature magazine (April 16...
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October 15, 2012 - 2012 Nobel laureate Alvin Roth talks about his economic research and the surprise phone call from Stockholm telling him he had won the prize on October 15, 2012. At a press conference at Stanford that same day, Roth explained his application of game theory to real world problems, such as finding matches for kidney donors and helping schools and students find the right matches for each other. Stanford University: http://www.youtube.com/stanford Stanford News: http://news.stanford.edu/ Stanford University Channel on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/stanford
Stanford University faculty members provide an overview of a new research program on Programmable Open Mobile Internet 2020 funded by NSF as Expedition in Computing. POMI2020 is also the flagship projects of Stanford's Clean Slate Program. Stanford University: http://www.stanford.edu Clean Slate: http://cleanslate.stanford.edu/research_project_pomi.php Stanford University Channel on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/stanford
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Drawing from some of the most pivotal points in his life, Steve Jobs, chief executive officer and co-founder of Apple Computer and of Pixar Animation Studios, urged graduates to pursue their dreams and see the opportunities in life's setbacks -- including death itself -- at the university's 114th Commencement on June 12, 2005. Transcript of Steve Jobs' address: http://news-service.stanford.edu/news/2005/june15/jobs-061505.html Stanford University channel on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/stanford
Ge Wang is an assistant professor at Stanford's Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics (CCRMA). His research focuses on programming languages and interactive software design for computer music, mobile and social music, laptop orchestras and education at the intersection of computer science and music. Wang is the author of the ChucK audio programming language, as well as the founding director of the Stanford Laptop Orchestra (SLOrk) and the Stanford Mobile Phone Orchestra (MoPhO). He is also the co-founder of Smule (which makes social music making apps and has over 100 million users) and the designer of the iPhone's Ocarina and Magic Piano. In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like ...
Welcome to the Week at Duke University in 60 Seconds. Duke and Stanford have launched a joint program to give student-athletes a chance to do short-term service projects. The students will volunteer in under-resourced communities in the United States and abroad. http://www.goduke.com/ViewArticle.dbml?DB_LANG=C&DB_OEM_ID=4200&ATCLID=209963292&SPID=1841&SPSID=22634 Researchers at Duke have found that cell phones might not be as bad for teenagers as parents fear. The use of cell phones seems to reinforce in-person relationships, and poses few online-only dangers, but it does cut into their sleep. http://today.duke.edu/2015/11/odgers-7-fears Duke’s John Supko uses technology to compose and perform his music compositions, which change with each performance. You can read more in the Taking No...
While most of campus was still sleeping, Stanford Professor Michael Levitt woke to a phone call from Stockholm. Watch the 2013 Nobel Prize in Chemistry recipient as he shares his news. For coverage and conversation about the award, visit: http://stanford.io/nobel2013 ______________ Photography: Mark Hanlon Edited by: Aaron Kehoe
Ok, ok, so the second Stan, the Stan that we know, was actually Stanley, but the first Stan was Stanford, but we didn't know until that Stanford came out of the portal, which was built by Stanford, but then Stanley pretending to be Stanford, he did the portal because he,s Stan, but he's not Stan.
**** code "MURSEMIKE" gets you 10% off, a free gift and donates a portion of proceeds to water is life charity!!! ***** Stanford University found smartphones have 18x more bacteria than the toilets in public restrooms. A second analysis found 1/6 have fecal matter on them (i.e microscopic poop). We challenge you to think about all the places your smartphone has been, where is has been set down, what grimy fingers have scrolled the screen, and how many times you've pooped while checking social media or playing games. The reality is THEY ARE GROSS! While exposure to some bacteria is good, the amount and type of bacteria on your phone can cause you and your family to get sick. https://www.biocloaksolutions.com/ IG: @UrphoneIsGross Follow Me On: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/officia...
This is my little nephew randomly making a call from a Stanford pay phone. My question is, where the heck did he get a quarter!!!??? He's only four!!
In no way scientific. Just a mobile phone in a guitar shop. I own the Stanford but regrettably sold the D28 I owned years ago. Chased it ever since. Found out our local shop had a D28 thus compared. Stanford has old strings, Martin has new and isn't broken in. The Stanford i have owned for 3 years.
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Oprah Winfrey shared her vision for a meaning life with the Stanford community as the Rathbun Visiting Fellow for 2015. At the end of her daylong campus visit, she delivered "Harry's Last Lecture on a Meaningful Life." The annual address honors the late Stanford Law School Professor Harry Rathbun.
Apps and devices increasingly rely on complex terms and conditions in order to provide a service. In an attempt to simplify that process, Stanford law students studied the principles of contract design and built a prototype solution.
Get the inside scoop on what Stanford dorms are *really* called with your New Undergraduate Housing Coordinators, Keegan and Alex. Check out their (more detailed) blog post on housing at octeam2015.wordpress.com! email: firstname.lastname@example.org phone: 650-72-FROSH Stanford InYourClass: "ClassOf2019" Group Instagram: @approachingstanford
Researchers at Stanford have developed a bendable cell phone battery made of aluminum that can recharge in one minute.
What really fuels the economy? It’s not trade, free spending, or good old-fashioned elbow grease – it’s something much smaller and harder to see: dopamine. Along with high-performance expert Jamie Wheal, Steven Kotler has spent the last four years interviewing and researching trailblazers like Elon Musk, Eric Schmidt, Amy Cuddy, and institutions like Nike's innovation team, the Navy SEALs, and the United Nations' Headquarters. What did he find? That these bright people and teams are using altered states of consciousness – like ‘flow’ – to boost their inspiration, ability, and impact. Winning feels good, as does reward. It all boils down to dopamine. Many of us may not be consciously aware of the the neurochemical, altered-state highs we seek on a daily basis. Kotler runs through three wa...
Hotel, phone, bus, locker room -- doesn't mater what it takes to watch the game.