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Gadget dan Toys / Fruit Ninja di Displair (CES 2013)
« on: 15 January 2013, 06:22:18 AM »
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At CES a Russian company named Displair was showing off their device that creates a vertical wall of water vapor that has a projector attached to display images and a built-in camera to sense user inputs.
What it amounts to is the most expensive game of Fruit Ninja ever created. Here’s a video of the device in action:

Hypothetically, you can do anything on the Displair that you could do on a touchscreen device. It costs about $10,000 per unit, so we doubt we’ll see any of these in the wild. You can also rent a Displair for $1000 a day and have it at your party.

 :-SS :jempol:

DhammaCitta App / DhammaCitta on LINE
« on: 25 November 2012, 11:49:00 AM »
Karena whatsapp terbatas di platform, jadi dialihkan ke applikasi LINE

bisa multiple platform, Free dan bisa dual On (PC maupun mobile)

- iPhone : Link Download
- Android : Link Download
- Windows Phone : Link Download
- Blackberry : Link Download

- Windows : Link Download
- Mac Os X : Link Download

Groupnya sudah dibuat oleh ko Sumedho, tapi sesama member bisa invite member.
Kalau dari website LINE, group nya max 100 member.

Situs LINE: http://line.naver.jp/en/

To access LINE from your PC
email registration is required.
(LINE app→[Settings] > [Email Registration])

Bagi yang mau join, posting ID LINE disini nanti di add sesama member.

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untuk group DC yg Whatsapp pindah kesini aja ya  ^:)^  :))

Perkenalan / DhammaCitta on Whatsapp
« on: 24 November 2012, 11:52:02 PM »
Berdasarkan anjuran dibawah ini, saya buat group chat di Whatsapp.

ayo para pengguna android, bikin group DC android, jangan kalah sama group BBM DC

Bagi yang mau join PM no hp. (tidak akan di publikasikan kecuali sesama member di group ini :)))
Max sepertinya 30 member sama seperti group BB



 :jempol:  ayo di upgrade ;D

Film / You Are the Apple of My Eye (2011)
« on: 07 June 2012, 09:14:46 AM »
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You Are the Apple of My Eye

Helping audiences re-live sweet memories — the bicycle ride to school, playing ball during recess, graduation and staying after school only to get closer to the girl you like, “You Are the Apple of My Eyes” (那些年,我們一起追的女孩) has it all.
The film is a gentle reflection of popular author Giddens Ko's (九把刀) teenage years in Changhua, kicking off right away with a grown-up Giddens, played by Ko Chen-tung (柯震東), waiting to attend a wedding. The film then switches back to a 16-year-old Giddens, biking to school while meeting up with his friends on the way.

Based on a novel, “You Are the Apple of My Eyes” tells the story of five guys, including Giddens, who strived to win over the heart of classmate Shen Chia Yi (沈佳宜), played by Michelle Chen (陳妍希), who successfully imprints her character onto our hearts and that of many Taiwanese teenagers.

The film is split into three parts: high school, university and the aftermath. Each part illustrates a different phase and level of the relationship between Giddens and Shen Chia Yi.

The high school portion of the movie is the longest; it strings our hearts together and spins them right into a memory tunnel with the scarred, drawn and worn out wooden chairs and desks, the girl poking the boy sitting in front with a pen, and the school uniforms.

The university years then show how the pair left their hometown and strived to maintain a long-distance relationship, which received a fine dose of real-life challenges.

The aftermath includes major turning points and decisions. Those with pet-peeves towards loose plot ends and underdeveloped characters need not worry. The film develops each and every character thoroughly, as well as gives a tip of the hat to how Giddens' career began as a writer. A two-part surprise epilogue appears during and after the credits, so be sure to stay for it.

“Maybe in an alternate universe, we will be together,” said Giddens to Shen Chia Yi years after their last encounter ended in unfortunate misunderstandings. Not only do Giddens' words make us feel better about the fictional pair, they also pat faintly on our backs for those times that we may have allowed fate to slip through our fingertips.

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I hardly control my tears after watching this dramatic movie. The ending is quite sad, I think that Shen Chia Yi should be with Giddens. Nice.

The movie is romantic and funny at the same time. When I watched the movie I just kept thinking about what had happened to me before. It is much too touching, something that can move your heart deeply and bring tears to your eyes. The movie is simply representing most of our high school days. After watching it, I can't really sleep for the night thinking about what had happened in my school years and the girl that I truly love, who is like Shen Jia Yi (the girl with good results and quiet). I believe everyone will like this movie except those who never loved before. In rating 1-10, I give it 8.9. Recommend to everyone who wants to feel their first love again.

This is one of the best love films I’ve seen in my entire life. There were virtually no boring scenes in the movie and everything is perfectly combined and mixed. I could have watched it 100 times. :)

 cried like a baby during this film. Made me feel so nostalgic during and after. I love how the ending wasn't your typical "happy ending". Instead he's just happy for her - I find that so beautiful!! Yes, two lovers being together can mean true love but not being together can also represent that and this movie captured it perfectly. Well done!

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Must Watchhh :jempol:


You see that giant table of smartphones and tablets? Those are all of the Android devices app development firm Animoca uses to test its apps. You see, when you have dozens of manufacturers cranking out phones, tablets and phablets running different versions of Android, you run into a development issue. How do you make sure your app will work on the majority of Android devices? For Animoca, you test your apps on 400 different Android devices.

That’s what Steve Jobs meant when he said that Android was “fragmented.”

Here’s what it looks like to develop on iOS:


Lingkungan / 3,000 Ancient Buddhas Unearthed in China
« on: 23 April 2012, 12:56:52 PM »
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The head of a Buddha statue peeks above the dirt in Handan (map), China, where archaeologists have reportedly unearthed nearly 3,000 Buddha statues, which could be up to 1,500 years old.

The discovery is believed to be the largest of its kind since the founding of the People's Republic of China in 1949, an archaeologist with the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences told reporters in late March, according to the Associated Press.

The Buddha statues—most of which are made of white marble and limestone and many of which are broken—could date back to the Eastern Wei and Northern Qi dynasties (A.D. 534 to 577), experts say.

The statues—discovered during a dig outside of Ye, the ancient capital of the Eastern Wei and Northern Qi dynasties—may have been rounded up and buried after the fall of the Northern Qi dynasty by later emperors in an attempt to purge the country of Buddhism.

"It may have been that some of the ruins and broken sculptures from the past were gathered from old temple sites and buried in a pit," said Katherine Tsiang, director of the Center for the Art of East Asia at the University of Chicago.

In some cases, the Buddhist statues may have been buried by the faithful themselves in times of danger.

"In other sites, there are inscriptions that suggest that old damaged sculptures were not just dumped in a pit, but respectfully buried in an orderly way," Tsiang said.

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Deep in the Past

On March 20 Chinese archaeologists stand at the edge of a pit where thousands of ancient Buddha statues were unearthed in January. The statues range from about 8 inches (20 centimeters) long to life-size.

While rare, such finds are not unheard of, Tsiang said. In the 1950s, for example, archaeologists found more than 2,000 fragments from broken marble Buddha statues at the site of a temple in Dingxian in China's Hebei Province.

"Many sculptures from these sites are similar in style to those found recently at Ye," Tsiang said. But this "may be the largest find. I don't know of larger examples."

The fifth and sixth centuries were important periods for the spread and development of Buddhism in China, she added.

"We know that Buddhism"—which began in India around 500 B.C.—"was introduced to China during the Han dynasty" several hundred years before the newfound artifacts are believed to have been created, Tsiang said.

"At first, it may have only been practiced by foreigners. ... Gradually it became much more popular after the Han dynasty fell. And by the fifth and sixth centuries, there was quite a lot of trade across the Silk Road into China from Central Asia.

"So [Buddhist] monks from India were coming in, and Chinese monks were traveling and learning. There were also translation projects, so the texts of Buddhism were being translated into Chinese."

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A Chinese archaeologist gingerly holds an ancient headless Buddha statue, one of thousands recently uncovered in a pit in northern China.

Such "freestanding" Buddha statues—typically shown wearing monk-style robes like the one shown here—were widely made in northern China from the middle of the fifth century A.D. onward. Before this time, the Buddha was usually shown standing in a group, with pairs of attendants.

The life-size or nearly life-size nature of the freestanding Buddha and the lack of a standard body type or facial expression for the statues have led some scholars to speculate that the sculptures were results of a new understanding of the Buddha in human terms, rather than as a supernatural divinity or immortal.

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Blooming Halo

A stone Buddha missing its body is one of nearly 3,000 ancient statues depicting the enlightened prince that were unearthed in northern China earlier this year.

The Buddha's head is surrounded by a halo with a large central lotus-leaf blossom—an important symbol in Buddhism of purity and rebirth.

"The Buddha had a bump on top of his head that represents his extra wisdom," Tsiang said. "In this case that extra protuberance is not very high. It's just shown as a slightly raised part of the skull."

In fifth-century China, Buddhists would often pay to have craftsmen carve a statue of the Buddha, which they would then donate to temples.

"It was a way of doing good deeds, generating merit," Tsiang said. "People who gave gifts to temples were considered deeply deserving of rewards, which could include good health or protection by the Buddha."

Often the statues would include inscriptions wishing a deceased loved one a good rebirth or the attainment of enlightenment.

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Some of the statues gifted to Buddhist temples by ancient Chinese donors—such as this newfound sculpture of a bodhisattva, or enlightened Buddhist being—were elaborately decorated at great expense.

"People wanted to show their generosity with the use of expensive materials like marble and bronze and expensive pigments and gold," Tsiang said.

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Deep Thoughts

Statues like this one—of young figure in a cross-legged pose common in Buddhist art—were common in fifth-century China. Such sculptures refer to a formative period in the Buddha's youth, when he had first contemplated the suffering of life and resolved to detach himself from this world while seated in the shade of a bodhi tree.

"This is an image derived from India that appeared in scenes of the life of the Buddha, and it shows the Buddha as a prince before he went in search of enlightenment," Tsiang explained.

The popularity of this "contemplative" pose amongst Buddha statues in fifth-century China may be related to the growing belief at the time that living Buddhist practitioners could also achieve enlightenment, Tsiang said.

"People learned that Buddha himself was a human," she added, "and that it was possible for them to become enlightened through study, cultivation of spirit, and meditation."


Kaki Lima / [jual] Samsung Galaxy Y CDMA SCH-i509 2nd
« on: 21 March 2012, 08:46:12 AM »

Kondisi handphone:
* fisik casing 95%
* mesin 99%
* fullset all original
* belum pernah di root
* semua oke fitur jalan semua
* pembelian 15 Agustus 2011

* Tutup USB nya lecet

* Hp original
* Battery original
* Charger original
* Headset original
* Kabel Data original
* Micro SD 2GB
* Buku
* Box
* IMEI sama dengan dus

Bonus nya :
* Anti Gores LCD (Terpasang)

Spec lengkap:
itu yg GSM kalo yg CDMA beda CPU 600Mhz & GPU Adreno 200

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950 rb nego :)

thanksss  ;D

Gadget dan Toys / iPad trick... (by iOS Magic)
« on: 05 March 2012, 08:49:53 PM »
iPad 3 - Exclusive Preview on magical features

iPad 3 floats through Munich

iPad Horror

iPad Beer at Hofbraeuhaus

Kafe Jongkok / Berbagi info Mie, Ramen, Udon Enak dong...
« on: 17 January 2012, 12:40:23 PM »
Teman2 DC,
kalau ada yg ada suka makan Mie, Ramen, Udon tolong di share dong  ;D
Jadi bisa cobain kalau menarik dan enak.  ^-^


Humor / [youtube] Talking Twin Babies
« on: 30 December 2011, 08:44:02 PM »
Talking Twin Babies - PART 1

Talking Twin Babies - PART 2

ada yg bisa translate  ;D

Film / Sherlock Holmes : Game Of Shadows - Official Trailer [HD]
« on: 25 December 2011, 11:53:16 AM »
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Sherlock Holmes and his sidekick Dr. Watson join forces to outwit and bring down their fiercest adversary, Professor Moriarty.

waiting this movie...  ;D

Film / Warrior (2011)
« on: 14 December 2011, 08:50:47 PM »

rating di youtube Ratings: 8.3/10 from 19,067 users

The youngest son (Hardy) of an alcoholic former boxer (Nolte) returns home, where he's trained by his father for competition in a mixed martial arts tournament -- a path that puts the fighter on a collision corner with his older brother (Edgerton). Written by Anonymous

Two brothers face the fight of a lifetime - and the wreckage of their broken family - within the brutal, high-stakes world of Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) fighting in Lionsgate's action/drama, WARRIOR. An ex-Marine haunted by a tragic past, Tommy Riordan returns to his hometown of Pittsburgh and enlists his father, a recovered alcoholic and his former coach, to train him for an MMA tournament awarding the biggest purse in the history of the sport. As Tommy blazes a violent path towards the title prize, his brother, Brendan, a former MMA fighter unable to make ends meet as a public school teacher, returns to the amateur ring to provide for his family. Even though years have passed, recriminations and past betrayals keep Brendan bitterly estranged from both Tommy and his father. But when Brendan's unlikely rise as an underdog sets him on a collision course with Tommy, the two brothers must finally confront the forces that tore them apart, all the while waging the most intense, winner-takes-all battle of their lives.

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Ini film bagus banget  :jempol: :jempol:

Video Game / Super Mario Beads 1 & 2
« on: 02 December 2011, 07:40:30 PM »

awesome  ;D

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