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atokniiro:

Success, a short comic about following your dreams

(made in celebration of my Facebook page reaching 100K Likes)

oh my god this is me

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youkaiyume:

Mikasa Ackerman: One Woman Army
Mikasa can take on all those titans without all y’all.Obviously another parody of this wartime propaganda poster.I’ve always wanted to do one.A tribute to Episode 7 of the “attack on titan” anime when everyone was losing their shit and Mikasa’s just like STOP IT. You don’t even need to do anything, I’ll take care of it you babies.Will probably be available as a poster for Fanime 2014 and Anime Expo!

youkaiyume:

Mikasa Ackerman: One Woman Army

Mikasa can take on all those titans without all y’all.

Obviously another parody of this wartime propaganda poster.

I’ve always wanted to do one.

A tribute to Episode 7 of the “attack on titan” anime when everyone was losing their shit and Mikasa’s just like STOP IT. You don’t even need to do anything, I’ll take care of it you babies.

Will probably be available as a poster for Fanime 2014 and Anime Expo!

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timecowboy:

Some tiny robots from my twitter. These were an experiment to simplify the way i do pixel art while still retaining detail. 

timecowboy:

Some tiny robots from my twitter. These were an experiment to simplify the way i do pixel art while still retaining detail. 

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pikipouet:

Evangelion poster ! :)

pikipouet:

Evangelion poster ! :)

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disgusting-weeaboo:

and people say anime is shit.

One of my favorite episodes of one of my favorite comedies.

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yieldforunicorns:

lets play a game called “credit the artist”

makanidotdot

geth kitty?

ye but number five is zevri’s B)))))

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fuckyeahfluiddynamics:

Much as I try to keep from getting repetitious, this was just too neat to pass up. This new music video for The Glitch Mob’s “Becoming Harmonious” is built around the standing Faraday waves that form on a water-filled subwoofer. The vibration patterns, along with judicious use of strobe lighting, produce some fantastic and kaleidoscopic effects. (Video credit: The Glitch Mob/Susi Sie; submitted by @krekr)

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bobak:

Amazing.

Phil is one Bad Astronomer. Love this.

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the-science-llama:

Which house do you belong to? (via LISACommunity on Facebook)

Science is coming.

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ruinedhumanity:

Ah yes, the night is still young.

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prostheticknowledge:

Embedding 2D Desktops into VR

Proof-of-concept demo by Oliver Kreylos of a 3D VR desktop environment using real software applications inside a data capture of an office.

The GIFs above don’t do this justice - video embedded below:

There have been several discussions … about how to integrate 2D desktops or 2D applications with 3D VR environments; for example, how to check your Facebook status while playing a game in the Oculus Rift without having to take off the headset.

This is just one aspect of the larger issue of integrating 2D and 3D applications, and it reminded me that it was about time to revive the old VR VNC client that Ed Puckett, an external contractor, had developed for the CAVE a long time ago. There have been several important changes in Vrui since the VNC client was written, especially in how Vrui handles text input, which means that a completely rewritten client could use the new Vrui APIs instead of having to implement everything ad-hoc.

Here is a video showing the new VNC client in action, embedded into LiDAR Viewer and displayed in a desktop VR environment using an Oculus Rift HMD, mouse and keyboard, and a Razer Hydra 6-DOF input device.

You can find out more here

[Related: A piece I did for fastcodesign on the idea of VR in the workplace here]

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pxlbyte:

Monument Valley is Out Today!

Written by Elliott Finn

Remember that stunning, Escher-inspired puzzle game for iOS that you saw the trailer for a few months ago? Well, you can play it right now!

(Click here for the full article)

This game is excellent.

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