VSO School of Music – Jazz Combo Student Ensemble – Full Concert (Live) – June 14th 2022

Thank you to the musicians for this great concert!
Watch in a VR headset to see it in 3D!
(VR 180 with Ambisonic Sound)

Set List / Song Order:

Introduction to the band 00:00

Batida Diferente – Mauricio Einhorn and Durval Ferreira 1:38

Moanin’ – Bobby Timmons 7:15

The Waiting – Harmeet V. 12:59

Doxy – Sonny Rollins 19:05

Horizon – Karl D. 24:38

Mercy Mercy – Joe Zawinul 30:05

Emily – Johnny Mandel and Johnny Mercer 34:38

Billie’s Bounce – Charlie Parker 40:28

Band Members:

Angela M., piano

Chris B., guitar

Harmeet V., bass

Karl D., drums

Michel V., flute

Neil P., tenor saxophone

Coached by Noah F.

Thanks to the VSO School of Music Jazz Combo Program

More info about VSO School of Music:
vsoschoolofmusic.ca/

Filmed in VR 180 using Ambisonic Sound.
Camera: Vuze XR
Audio: Zoom H2n in Spatial Audio mode
Video edited in Shotcut.
Audio mastered in Audacity.

Tutorials:
How to edit Ambisonic 360 Spatial Audio sound in Adobe Premiere for Zoom H2n workflow tutorial
geoffmobile.com/blog/how-to-edit-ambisonic-360-spatial-audio-sound-in-adobe-premiere-for-zoom-h2n-workflow-tutorial

How to Edit VR 180 3D videos in Shotcut, Free Video Editor, and adding titles in VR 180 properly
geoffmobile.com/blog/how-to-edit-vr-180-3d-videos-in-shotcut-free-video-editor-and-adding-titles-in-vr-180-properly

Filmed recorded and edited by Geoff Peters
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James Numatic Vacuum Unboxing in VR 180 3D (Blue Model)

James is the younger brother of Henry.
Showing the unboxing of the Blue James (North American Model).

Watch using a virtual reality headset to see it in 3D!

Product Links:
Canada (Amazon):
www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B07PPWGQ17/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o01_s01?ie=UTF8&psc=1

USA (Amazon):
www.amazon.com/NaceCare-JVP180-James-canister-vacuum/dp/B00F4KMIEW/ref=sr_1_3?crid=3FDFK0LJB0OQN&keywords=james+vacuum&qid=1654318213&sprefix=james+vacuum%2Caps%2C140&sr=8-3

Manufacturer’s website (UK):
www.myhenry.com/james-jvp180
www.myhenry.com/

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Saltspring Island Nature, Farms, Waterfront, and Marinas – VR 180 3D Tour March 2022 – BC Canada

Some relaxing long shots of nature, farms, animals, waterfront, boats, beaches, boats, and birds from a family trip to Saltspring Island, BC, Canada.

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Filmed in March 2022 using a Vuze XR Camera.

This video was filmed in VR 180 (3D Stereoscopic) and can be best viewed in VR headsets such as the Oculus Quest 2 (using the Youtube app).

Shown in video:
– The chickens of the Saltspring Island Model Railway Show (the railway was closed when we visited but we got to meet their chickens instead).
– Shots of Ganges Harbour from Centennial Park
– Goats eating hay inside the barn at Salt Spring Island Cheese
– Shots from Fulford Harbour dock looking towards the water
– Shots from the beach at Drummond Park looking towards the water

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How to Get Organized – a speech by Geoff Peters (Senior Software Developer at SAP Canada)

Everything in Its Right Place – The Art of Organization

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Geoff Peters, a senior software developer at SAP Canada, talks about how the essence of organization is to put things where their place reflects and implies the thing’s meaning. Whether you are designing a piece of software code, organizing your house, designing a building, or organizing your thoughts, the concept of “putting things in the right place” can lead to more effective organization.

Title: The Art of Organization – Intro: Why, What, and How. Everything in it’s right place – (title is also a Radiohead song)

Recorded at Vancouver Toastmasters Club 59 in Vancouver BC Canada on April 25th 2022.
For more information about Toastmasters please visit:
tmclub59.com
toastmasters.org

Book Recommendation: “Getting Things Done” by David Allen (also known as GTD – the Art of Stress Free Productivity)

www.amazon.ca/Getting-Things-Done-Stress-Free-Productivity/dp/0143126563/ref=pd_lpo_1?pd_rd_i=0143126563&psc=1
www.kobo.com/ca/en/ebook/getting-things-done-3

Tool recommendation: Microsoft To Do
todo.microsoft.com

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Speech notes:

1. Why do we need to get organized?
Story: When I wasn’t organized at work.
Writing on page, scribbling, copying to next page
Coworkers using sticky notes all over their desk
Inefficient system leads to drag on the system. Like a boat which has barnacles attached to the bottom, it moves slower through the water.
Sitting there staring into space
Not productive
Paralysis, not knowing what to do – Can’t get started
Writer’s block / creative block

2. What is organization, and what does it mean to be organized?
Physical space, Mental space
“The location and appearance of something, placed there intentionally, should represent its intended meaning or purpose.”

Story: Have you ever been cleaning up your home, and it looks great? Then you can’t find anything?

Simplicity on the other end of complexity.
Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr. is quoted as having said, “I would not give a fig for the simplicity this side of complexity, but I would give my life for the simplicity on the other side of complexity.”

Or find there is a software program that looks amazing but when you try to use it you realize it isn’t flexible in the way you need it?

3. How to get organized?
Design your external systems so they support you in your achievements.
Story: Putting something in front of the door.
Design is putting things where they should be to trigger you to be able to be ready for anything or take action. Design your external system so that it guides you to the activities or achievements you want to make or do.
Triggers and habits.

 

 

Running 90’s era Mac OS in your Chrome Browser – amazing retro Mac emulator is free to use.

Yes, it’s possible to experience a mid-1990’s Macintosh / Mac OS just using your Chrome Browser. Thanks to the work of Mihai Parparita @mihai and other developers, you can run really old Mac applications for free using a web browser.

Links mentioned in video:
system7.app/
macos8.app/

Emulator Author’s links:
twitter.com/mihai/status/1509718311403241474
twitter.com/mihai
blog.persistent.info/2022/03/blog-post.html

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