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Sunday, May 29, 2005

GEL 2005 - Dan Dubno

Dan Dubno, otherwise known as "Digital Dan" to followers of CBS News, spoke and provided some insight into how CBS told the story of the election of the new pope.

He had video of what CBS projected inside the Sistine Chapel and the Vatican would appear. You'll have to use your imagination here, unless you happened to see the footage on CBS. He decribed how they took pictures and using some new technology, created 3-dimensional images from the pictures. The video tour took you inside the Vatican, inside the Sistine Chapel, down into the tombs where the laid Paul II. The video was amazing. And even more so, having been created from a single dimensional image.

Yet another example of technology advancing what is possible where it had previously been impossible.

What do you wish for?

Think about it.
Someone may already be working on it.
It may yet happen within your lifetime.

And if you have wished for it, maybe you should go for it.
It takes that kind of vision, and passion to drive to the edge to succeed.

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