Building a mini multi-touch table. Analysis of a Virus Infection in Windows. Photo stitching to the extreme with Photosynth, and Google Chrome memory manager. [ MP4 | XviD | WMV ]
We’re still working on going HD and hope to be there by the end of the year. More details.
Chris Gerling invites us to infect and analyze a Windows installation. Don’t worry, it’s just a VM. We take a look at realtime process and event logging using free tools from Sysinternals. More.
Darren Kitchen demos the Multi-Touch Mini — an inexpensive home built multi-user, multi-touch computer interface. More.
Shannon Morse experiments with Microsoft’s new Photosynth project and brings us a virtual walkthrough of the Hak5 set. more
We’ll be at Toorcon this weekend, if you’re going and want to meetup for a drink or say hi and grab some stickers be sure to follow one of us on Twitter. You can find us all at @hak5