Gaming, gadgets and technology presented by Natalie Jamieson.
Natalie Jamieson presents gaming, gadgets and technology.
Gaming, gadgets and technology presented by Natalie Jamieson
The week's show : Eye Toy Kinetic, Xbox 360, Ricky Gervais
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:: Eye Toy Kinetic
Sony's new interactive fitness game for the PSP2.
Your movements are detected by camera and projected onto the TV screen (eye toy is the camera).
» eyetoykinetic.com - Official site
:: Xbox 360
It's being released in time for christmas and it's Microsoft's second generation games console - better graphics, compatibility with music players, better online functionality.
» BBC News - Xbox 360 Q&A
» xbox.com - Official site
:: Ricky Gervais
Ricky talks gadgets.
» rickygervais.com - Official site
» bbc.co.uk/Comedy - Profile
Online until 25.10.05
Do you know any gadgets we should be checking out? Is there a new technology you cannot understand? or is there a good podcast you can recommend? Let us know.
Featuring a look at the scariest computer games ever.
:: Scary Games
What is the scariest computer game ever?
Preview of Doom the movie - can it capture the fear of the game?
» doommovie.com - Official site
:: Theme Parks
Natalie investigates the technology behind the scary rides at Thorpe Park.
» thorpepark.co.uk - Official site
Natalie Jamieson talks technology, covering all the latest cutting edge gadgets.
Natalie Jamieson talks technology, covering all the latest gadgets.
Natalie Jamieson looks back on technology in 2005 and what to expect in 2006, with games expert Johnny Minkley, gadget queen Katie Lee and journalist Aleks Krotoski.
Gaming, gadgets and technology and highlights from the year's shows, presented by Natalie Jamieson.
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We investigate the cult computer game 'Dragon Quest' and talk to it's Japanese creator Yuji Horri about the popularity of the game in Japan and how well it will translate in Europe.
» dqshrine.com - DQ Shirne
:: Consumer Electronics Show
We report from Las Vegas where the world's biggest companies are unveiling their latest gadgets.
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On the show tonight games expert Johnny Minkley talks about computer games that you can play with your partner to get you in the Valentines mood.
And Natalie investigates Everlandia at the ICA in London, a computer installation that allows you to build your own virtual fantasy land.
Online until 21.02.06.
Natalie Jamieson talks PSPs, iPods, Bluetooth and stuff.
Natalie finds out how to make giant spiders by visiting the CGI studio working on upcoming TV series Primeval.
Jo Whiley talks to Tom Dunmore from Stuff magazine about all the best gadgets to take on your summer holidays.
And we find out what mobile phone company O2 gets out of sponsoring the Wireless Music Festival.