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  • The Weekly selection of OLPC and XO photos from around the globe.

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Introduction

Here is a short collection of OLPC photos from around the globe. If you would like to have your photos here, leave a message with the photo editor Seth. You can also upload them to the Flickr Group to be reviewed.

There are plenty of volunteer projects for budding or established photograhers as well.


From ixo in Costa Rica

By ixo, Jan 21-27th, 2008. From his Costa Rica travels.

Monteverdi

Monteverdi, Costa-Rica (continental divide, 1,500 m altitude) 40 mph winds, By ixo, Jan 25, 2008

Arenal Volcano

Arenal Volcano, from Arenal Hotel, Costa-Rica, By ixo, Jan 21, 2008

Lake Arenal

Lake Arenal (with windmills on mountain edge), Costa-Rica, By ixo, Jan 22, 2008

From Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia

These images are from the Give One half of G1G1


Ulaanbaatar

The generous G1G1 donors of North America have given of tens of thousands of XO laptops to children in developing countries, including these new XOers in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia (Photo by Carla Gomez Monroy, Learning Consultant, OLPC, 17 Jan 2008)

Ulaanbaatar

The generous G1G1 donors of North America have given of tens of thousands of XO laptops to children in developing countries, including these new XOers in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia (Photo by Carla Gomez Monroy, Learning Consultant, OLPC, 17 Jan 2008)

Ulaanbaatar

The generous G1G1 donors of North America have given of tens of thousands of XO laptops to children in developing countries, including these new XOers in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia (Photo by Carla Gomez Monroy, Learning Consultant, OLPC, 17 Jan 2008)


Flickr Group:

The OLPC Flickr group [3] has now reached 500 images and over 100 users. Please visit our group and contribute.

Illustrating Subpixel Geometry

Flickr User and Wikipedian Pengo-au[1] created this image illustrating the pixel geometry of the XO-1's screen

XO + Baby = ?

Apparently this improves connectivity.[2]
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