Chopping up Duck in Beautiful 4K

Happy belated Chinese News years to all, I was at one of my favorite Chinese restaurant in the International District in Seattle and took this video of ducks being chopped up in beautiful 4k video on my Samsung Galaxy Note Edge.

This was the day after Chinese New Years but they were preparing them ducks for a huge banquet! I saw more than 15 trays being prepped and loaded into their van for delivery!

Note: I did a quick edit to upload this video the same day on my old desktop which uses an AMD processor. It took over two hours to render! I just figured out how to get Adobe Premiere to support CUDA for my old graphics card today (2.22.2015) and it only takes less than 8 minutes to render it! 8 minutes to render 4k video! A commentary video on how I got the CUDA support will be uploaded in the future.

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Recycle Claw Game

It’s not fun watching a noisy recycle truck on your street early in the morning, but if it was done like this, how much more amusement would you get watching or even minding the noise?

This is how they recycle in Korea. Whenever I see them load the truck, I’ve always thought of the claw game.

The guy is good, I bet he always wins at the claw games. 🙂

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Comparing the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge to the Note II – like Apples and Oranges

Comparing the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge against the Note II.

In this video, I talk about what I like and hate about the Note. I compare the video standards of 1080 vs 4K videos.

I can’t wait for Android 5.0 to be released for the Edge to see how well it works on it!

Faq: Samsung Note 4 has better battery life then the Edge.

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Reviewing the Cilico CT10 Bluetooth Wireless Scanner

I initially purchased this wireless scanner for work.

This is a review I held back for a while since I was hoping to hear from Cilico about the software update I needed…

Needless to say, the company hasn’t called me back yet and I am hoping they will work on the update for the scanner so that I will be able to use it. The only reason why I did not return this product.

The CT10 works nicely post does not do the one scanning format that I really need, but I’m still hoping.

You can connect this scanner to your computer, iOS or Android device via Bluetooth and I’ve found no issues when I tried scanning onto a notepad on my Samsung Galaxy Note II.