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Fusion Radar: November 28, 2012

November 28th, 2012 - by marissa - Salt Lake City, Utah

Keeping up with technology is a lot of work. Luckily, we enjoy wading through the noise just to find the gems of awesomeness sprinkled throughout. Fusion Radar is our gift to you, Current or Potential Client, so that you can enjoy all of the awesome without any of the drudgery. Unwrap it each week, and know that you’re loved by the geeks and pixel-pushers at Agency Fusion.

Mozilla’s 3D View

Visually explore the inner workings of websites with Mozilla’s 3D view. It shows you the page you’re on with nested blocks of HTML. By clicking and dragging, you can also view different angles, view HTML code in the Style Panel, and change which element is selected in the 3D view.

3D View


Mozilla’s PopcornMaker is a user-friendly audio and video editor. Users import files, and then add “events” to the video, like text, popups, loops, and even Wikipedia entries and Google maps.



Chillipear is a digital studio that offers graphics, plugins, and themes that can spruce up your site.


It seems like everything is going open source these days–including this library of some of DreamWorks Animation’s production and design techniques.

La Cura

And speaking of open source, here’s a site where a developer diagnosed with brain cancer made his diagnosis and medical records “open source” to the online community. He hoped to find a cure–and succeeded–by opening up to everyone online, and received thousands of replies, some by doctors, researchers, and other scientists.

IE10 Developer Guide

We’ve mentioned time and time again how much we dislike Internet Explorer. But as long as it’s around, every developer needs to know its features and quirks. Hence, this guide.

IE10 Developer Guide


PickFu is a simple, lightweight tool entrepreneurs, product designers, and marketers can use to implement market polling. It seems like it would be ideal for getting feedback on logo designs, marketing materials, and product ideas.

ABC Conjecture Solved(?)

Here’s an article for the math and science nerds. Mathematician Shinichi Mochizuki has apparently solved the ABC conjecture, a ridiculously complex 27-year-old proposition that Mochizuki has been working on for 15 years. The only problem is, the proposition (and Mochizuki’s solution) are both so complex, people are having trouble figuring out whether or not he really solved it.

ABC Conjecture article

Killer Robots and Cambridge

If that last article failed to grab your attention, how’s this: researchers at Cambridge (including experts in philosophy, cosmology, astrophysics, and the co-founder of Skype) are actually going to put time and money into researching whether or not AI would pose a significant risk to the human race. That’s it–there’s no punchline. Now go check out the article; it’s worth reading.

Cambridge Assesses AI Risk