## Netwon in the industrial world

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### Netwon in the industrial world

These videos make me very proud.
The chinesse say "a picture is worth a 1000 words", I guess we can say a then that video is worth a billion words.

It appears that for some more practical people the sufficiently realistic that the can use it for prototyping a machine before actually investing on material.
This is despite the extra effort some of the self appointed experts to try to discredit me and my work without never send me a courtesy email or anything.
There is also an article on a Japanese Magazine that is reporting in how Newton can be used for making virtual machines for Cad design before production.
They sent me a letter a few months ago for the permission, but I have no herd form then yet but it is a very important industrial magazine.
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### Re: Netwon in the industrial world

A billion words?

That video clip is 3 minutes and 27 seconds long.
If the frames per second is 24 that would make it 207 seconds * 24 frames per second = 4968 frames * 1000 words per frame = 4 968 000 words.

Seriously though, awesome clip.
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### Re: Netwon in the industrial world

Sweenie wrote:A billion words?

That video clip is 3 minutes and 27 seconds long.
If the frames per second is 24 that would make it 207 seconds * 24 frames per second = 4968 frames * 1000 words per frame = 4 968 000 words.

Your logic works only if you manage to describe each of those video frames in just 1000 word (which is impossible) which means that ancient chinise probably made an error and the number 1000 is infact binary
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### Re: Netwon in the industrial world

Hehe.

That reminds me of this old goodie...

"There are 10 kinds of people in the world - those who understand binary and those who don't."
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