258w ago - SCEA's Associate Product Manager Kristin Neirinckx has shared the second how-to today via PS Blog as follows:
I'm sure your friends and family members were seriously impressed with your photo slideshow skills you learned on Friday. Similar to that, today we will learn how to import a CD and create a playlist using your favorite music.
It's a little special today because we have two videos instead of one. So now you will be ready in case you want to put together a mix for your New Year's Eve party or create a soundtrack for your photo slideshow. Have fun!
259w ago - SCEA Associate Product Manager Kristin Neirinckx shared the following how-to guide today via PS Blog:
As you recover from food comas and setting up all of your shiny new toys, you might realize there is a lot you don't know about the latest addition to your living room. So for those of you new to the PLAYSTATION 3 family (or for you old timers who want to learn more), we've put together a series of "How To" videos for a few of the key product features.
These instructional videos take you through each feature, step by step. New videos will be posted each day next week, so you should all be experts by the end.
And we're launching the first video right now – how to create and view a photo slideshow.
So sit back, take a look and let us know how the slideshows come out!
260w ago - Professor Gaurav Khanna, the man who built a supercomputer out of eight PlayStation 3 consoles tied together has detailed how exactly he accomplished the task.
To quote: Our community guide allows you to set up your own MPI (Message Passing Interface) based supercomputer cluster with the PlayStation 3.
This guide was co-written by Gaurav Khanna, based on his previous work on the Gravity Grid and is a current run-time environment for the research of co-author (Chris Poulin), based on his current work in distributed pattern recognition. We focus on the Fedora 8 distribution, due to prevalence of Fedora and its Cell SDK (3.0) compatibility.
Finally, this content should be considered open source, and here is the license.