10,000 Bouncy Balls Dropped in San Francisco


Sony commissioned a commercial for its new line of mumble-mumble-color-LCD-mumble-TV-mumble-displays that involved dropping 10,000 bouncy balls out of a window onto the top of a hill in San Fransisco. It's pretty cool looking. See it here.

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Wow, busy week on the digital record. Or have a few students been angling for extra credit? A few comments:
ULTra: Is this thing for real or is it a prototype? I can't see how a system like that would work if it only moves a handful of bodies at a time. Is it a la carte or just part of the infrastructure of the airport?
Element: Very cool. Is that the car that looks like a box? A new, young, couple to our church has one.
Meghann: Is she suggesting that just about anyone who wanted to make money could design a (successful) search engine? I like the letter anyway.

Posted by: Nate at November 2, 2005 4:32 AM

ULTra is real as far as I can tell. I think it would be like an elevator-sized thing and there would be a bazillion of them around to zip people to satellite terminals or whatever.

Posted by: DJP3 at November 2, 2005 1:26 PM

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