At the February 2009 Politics and Technology Forum in Canberra, the talented Virtual Earth and Silverlight developer: John O’Brien, created an excellent video-brush demo.
John has published a how-to on his blog: Virtual Earth Silverlight Thematic Overlay with VideoBrush
Fellow Australian DPE-ers, Chris Bright, Michael Kordahi and Greg Willis have been busy working on a micro- mega- project.
For the last 30 years, Sydney’s Gay and Lesbian community has paraded down Oxford Street. The Sydney Morning Herald has a library of images from the parade: and has used the Deep Zoom feature of Silverlight to display these images.
Well done guys.
Pop over to http://www.trypython.org/ and Python away.
Using IronPython and the Silverlight 2.0 plugin, being CloudPythonic has never been so easy.
Mike Taulty has de-composed and written a quick how-to for the Deep Zoom technology as used by Hard Rock Cafe.
There goes my weekend.
(Photo above: Snare Drum signed by Paul Hester, Crowded House, Hard Rock Gold Coast)
Hard Rock display Rock and Roll Memorabilia in their restaurants around the world.
Using Silverlight 2 (a mere 4.38Mb download for Windows Vista) the browsing experience is rock and roll.
Mashup using Microsoft’s Live Search. Created in Silverlight. Go have a butchers at the video.
Just in time for me, as I return to business-as-usual.