Here’s an example. Bing’s augmented reality maps let you see the world as if you were walking through it, versus looking at a photo from above. Picture a bus stop where in the real world you see a poster with an ad for Coke, but in Bing’s virtual version, the poster shows an ad for Pepsi..
The highway footage at the beginning was in Bastrop. It is always nice to see that area, even in a movie.Yeah, that’s my little American getaway. That’s why I like heading down the Gulf Coast. With over 2,000 items and more than 100 fragrances, there is something for just about everybody on your list. Cannot be combined with any other offers and excludes the purchase of gift cards. Shipping is $5 in time for Christmas..
Apollo 12 astronaut Pete Conrad next to Surveyor 3. The lab is modeled on the ultra high bio hazard containment facility at Fort Detrick, Maryland, and should have been a spotless room with little ability for techs to contaminate the returned items. They were stunned to find an isolated a small colony of five to 100 Streptococcus mitis, on a piece of foam from the innermost part of the returned camera from Surveyor 3.
Have way too many ideas for designs and not enough time, Hrycay said. Think the ideas fester at night while I sleeping. On Sundays I steam out about nine or 10 hats, and then when I sleep I probably subconsciously thinking about them. He flew in Navy jets before making Top Gun. He played serious pool for eight weeks before The Color of Money. For Cocktail he tended bar in Manhattan.
Although the text on the cover proclaims this recording as Hildegard’s music (which we know to be monophonic chant), in David Foil’s liner notes we discover that the idea behind the CD was “to record Hildegard von Bingen’s music in its purest form and marry it to the imaginative concepts of the contemporary American composer Richard Souther, using contemporary pop and world music sounds that reinvent the startling immediacy, the piercing beauty, and the sublime spirit of Hildegard’s art [emphasis mine]” (5). Foil’s language seems to claim several levels of authenticity for the recording: the “pure” performances of Hildegard’s chant (sung by early music singer Emily Van Evera and a “real” nun from New Jersey, Sister Germaine Fritz) and the creative vision of Richard Souther. The cover art of Vision is notable for its use of two forms of neumatic notation, the late medieval square notation in the border and the earlier neumes (such as those found in Hildegard manuscripts) which float disembodied in the cloudy sky behind Hildegard herself.