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Max The Magnificent
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Re: AR?
Max The Magnificent   5/22/2014 9:28:40 AM
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@Antedelivian: ...I cam across this video and it look sto me that some of the technology may be applicable...

I don't think it's AR exactly ... but it's something LOL And I think it's GREAT -- I LOVE it -- I WANT one!!!

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Re: Casa Batllo
Max The Magnificent   5/22/2014 9:26:28 AM
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@zeeglen: ...this was once expressed as "Up to my all in assigators."

Good one -- I'll remember (and use) that ... it reminds me of "A wunch of bankers" (I think either David Ashdon or Antedeluvian told me that one)

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Re: Alligarots?
Max The Magnificent   5/22/2014 9:24:43 AM
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@Brian: Alligarots? Might that be the French subspecies?

Some might say the French are a subspecies in their own right, in which case I'm not sure how we would define "Alligarots" LOL

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Re: Alligarots?
Max The Magnificent   5/22/2014 9:21:27 AM
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@Brain_D: Alligarots? Might that be the French subspecies?

Damn these false teeth! LOL

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AR?
antedeluvian   5/22/2014 9:09:49 AM
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I am not sure of the exact definition of augmented reality, but I cam across this video and it look sto me that some of the technology may be applicable

Digital Gets Physical

 

zeeglen
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Re: Casa Batllo
zeeglen   5/21/2014 8:55:16 PM
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@Max at the moment I am up to my armpits in alligarots

Alternatively, this was once expressed as "Up to my all in assigators."


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Alligarots?
Brian_D   5/21/2014 7:04:45 PM
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@Max "I am up to my armpits in alligarots"

Alligarots? Might that be the French subspecies?

And perhaps most importantly, are they known to swim the Channel?

-Brian

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Re: Crusty Augmentation
Crusty1   5/21/2014 10:52:44 AM
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Hi Max, Weather was good and the beer and cider very quaffable the resulting vision problems were not due to Augmented reality issues.

As long as I have done my house chores then I will be with you all on Friday.

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Re: Crusty Augmentation
Max The Magnificent   5/21/2014 10:46:45 AM
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@Crusty: ...back from sitting in a tin box on the escarpment of the Durasic Coastline...

Hi Crusty -- I hope you had a wonderful vacation in your tin box (caravan) -- and I also hope you'll be able to join us for this Friday's chat

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Crusty Augmentation
Crusty1   5/21/2014 10:37:31 AM
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Hi Max, Back from sitting in a tin box on the escarpment of the Durasic Coastline (Dorset England).

I some times worry that Crusty has become an augmented reality?

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