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The Icon Bar: News and features: South East Show - The Aftermath
 

South East Show - The Aftermath

Posted by Andrew Poole on 11:39, 3/11/2002 | , ,
 
Well the show has been and gone, and there are a few reports out there, the first one being in the comments section of one of our previous news articles.

The first photos from the show were quickly put up on the web by Stephen Crocker on his website, and also contain another first.. there are some short movie files on there, although they aparently work with the currently unreleased cineroma player, I personally don't know what else they will play in (they joy of having to use windows to access the internet).

Our friends at drobe have a very nice article and lots of photos up, including the mandatory photo of The Paul Vigay, and one of Peter Chocky Naulls for good measure.
 

  South East Show - The Aftermath
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  jmb (12:59 3/11/2002)
    Ian (13:04 3/11/2002)
      ToiletDuck (13:46 3/11/2002)
        Chris Williams (19:57 3/11/2002)
          andypoole (22:14 3/11/2002)
            jmb (10:33 4/11/2002)
              gcse.com guy (17:53 4/11/2002)
                guestx (17:57 4/11/2002)
                  snig (20:54 4/11/2002)
                    rich (08:10 5/11/2002)
 
Ian Message #91387, posted at 12:11, 3/11/2002
Unregistered user Um, movies ain't a first. I put up a Replay and Mpeg1 of the show in 2000.
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JMB Message #91388, posted by jmb at 12:59, 3/11/2002, in reply to message #91387
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they're quicktime movies
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Ian Message #91389, posted at 13:04, 3/11/2002, in reply to message #91388
Unregistered user jmb such a bright cookie. Wow.

I hope Stephen doesn't mind, but I took the two Iyonix-related .mov's and made them in to an MPEG which plays pretty well in the latest !KinoAmp. You can get the mpeg from my website:
http://www.jeffray.co.uk/Iyonix.mpg

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Mark Quint Message #91390, posted by ToiletDuck at 13:46, 3/11/2002, in reply to message #91389
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Chris Williams Message #91391, posted at 19:57, 3/11/2002, in reply to message #91390
Unregistered user Thanks for the drobe.co.uk link :) I owe you a, um, link.

Chris. drobe. Caffeine. You know how it goes.

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Andrew Poole Message #91392, posted by andypoole at 22:14, 3/11/2002, in reply to message #91391
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yay! a free link from drobe :-)
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JMB Message #91393, posted by jmb at 10:33, 4/11/2002, in reply to message #91392
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I was only stating the obvious :P
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gcse.com guy Message #91394, posted at 17:53, 4/11/2002, in reply to message #91393
Unregistered user Wow - love the mpg! That is FAST!
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GuestX Message #91395, posted by guestx at 17:57, 4/11/2002, in reply to message #91394
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The video was somewhat of a waste of bandwidth. 20 seconds of someone jiggling a window around on the desktop as if they had their finger taped to the left mouse button, followed by the rendering of the ArtWorks apple.

If only they'd demonstrated some 3D rendering or something even mildly interesting, then we might have had a real taste of the 600 (+/- 150) MHz that the machine is supposed to have.

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Owen Griffin Message #91396, posted by snig at 20:54, 4/11/2002, in reply to message #91395
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How come the iconbar does not have a show report? Or is it my imagination?
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Richard Goodwin Message #91397, posted by rich at 08:10, 5/11/2002, in reply to message #91396
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Er, perhaps because the iconbar didn't go to the show? I did say that in the comments of the previous item.

The Paul Vigay has some pics that he said we could use, but he hasn't got round to taking them off the camera yet.

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