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New Computer Interface
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Challenge: Sci-Fi Celebration (Expert Editing)
Camera: Canon EOS-10D
Lens: Canon EF 17-40mm f/4L USM
Location: California
Date: Jun 28, 2007
Aperture: f8
ISO: 100
Shutter: 1/2 sec
Galleries: Abstract, Digital Art
Date Uploaded: Jun 28, 2007

I know it's cheesy, but this is the best I can do. I wanted to do more, but I ran out of time.

I don't think it'll do well, but it's worth a shot.

Statistics
Place: 56 out of 93
Avg (all users): 5.4900
Avg (commenters): 5.9091
Avg (participants): 5.3684
Avg (non-participants): 5.5258
Views since voting: 1044
Views during voting: 606
Votes: 251
Comments: 14
Favorites: 0


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07/06/2007 09:38:20 AM
Thanks all for the comments. I think this was the most comments I've received during a challenge.

Ya, ya, ya. I need the USB connection, but I didn't like the shot I took of my USB connector.

Thanks, for the harry arm comment. That gave me a chuckle. I don't think my wife will let me shave my arms.
 Comments Made During the Challenge
07/05/2007 06:41:25 AM
Could be improved with a closer crop. (I think hairy arms go out of fashion in the year 2020) :)
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07/04/2007 06:25:25 AM
Good idea, which is becoming more like the real thing. I am sure there will be implantable communication devices, like mobile phones in the ear canal, with nerve implants conducting sound to the hearing centre of the brain.

This is a forerunner, obviously. I feel that it would be even better if the hand details had been a touch sharper, or the edges of the sockets somewhat softer to match the hand, but very impressive idea. Best of luck
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07/02/2007 03:43:50 PM
Nice idea, lighting and composition. I think the shadows take away from the photo a bit but not much. Great Job!
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07/02/2007 11:19:01 AM
Old model, new ones have USB 2.0. LOL!
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07/01/2007 01:49:48 PM
how every cute, although I foresee issues with palm plugs as those. It will not allow any other function of the hand, specially those the hand is designed for, like gripping a coffee cup. Also, I would have liked to see the plugs a bit cleaner with the instillation. But a fun image overall.
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06/30/2007 03:18:10 PM
What a well executed idea. I'm quite intrigued :)
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06/30/2007 05:33:52 AM
Good idea, but...
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06/29/2007 05:53:45 PM
If humans become that advanced, don't you think that humans would also be wireless in every way? It's interesting though.
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06/29/2007 11:56:48 AM
The way you blended the plugs into the hand is good but the hand itself seems slightly out of focus. Unfortunately, there are so many that are so awe inspiring, that yours and mine will get lost in the shuffle. 6
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06/29/2007 06:17:21 AM
Hey I saw this before I even started voting in another thread. How did that happen?I see three of the interfaces but the power jack is over the top and distracts from your theme.
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06/29/2007 04:32:17 AM
now that would be handy
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06/29/2007 01:32:39 AM
An RS232 connector, and not even USB? Good idea.
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06/29/2007 01:11:41 AM
good god....we STILL have serial connections in the future! where is the usb?!?!
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