Have you ever wanted to display a slideshow of photographs– but add new images on-the-fly?
There are at least a dozen ways to display a slideshow of photographs on a TV. Smart TVs or media players like a Roku can display images from a media card, connect to a cloud account or social media.
But what if you wanted that slideshow to include new photos added to the album after the slideshow has started? This would be useful during a wedding reception, product launch or retirement party. Partygoers are greeted by photos of your guest of honor as they arrive, then as the evening progresses they see new images of the actual event.
Recent news from F1 concerning the upcoming Grand Prix race in Las Vegas sounded like an article from the Onion. The area where the cars are stored, worked on and (sometimes) impounded will not be referred to as the paddock.
“I want you to know– you just made that man’s day.”
I was just talking motorcycles with a local at a small town eatery.
We had struck up a conversation after our waitress had asked why I was in town. “Just riding my motorcycle all over Arkansas,” was my answer. Soon the highway numbers and forgettable town names were swirling like some alchemist’s formula. A family dining behind me had overheard the conversation when a particularly scenic highway was mentioned. “No, that’s 123,” the husband had chimed in.