Adam Savage checks in on the status of sculptor Johnny Fraser-Allen’s tabletop model, which has grown from the intricate Labyrinth we saw two years ago to a sprawling world steeped in fantasy architecture and landscapes that come alive. We’re awestruck by the design and details of these models, which Johnny has brilliantly made to be modular and customizable. We can’t wait to play in Hagglethorn Hollow! (...)
The Sennheiser Surrounder Pro is a Dolby Pro-logic surround sound system from 1999 which is worn around the neck, but would you wear one?
Things this looks like include a backward public toilet seat, a Braffin from a Gurning competition and a neck brace.
Things that might be difficult while wearing one include eating & drinking. (...)
Did not play anything with mouse/keyboard for ages 🙂
EDIT: Is YouTube still processing the video or why is it so low quality? Recorded it at 30 MBit … -_-
GPU: GeForce GTX 970
CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-2700K CPU @ 4.0GHz
RAM: 16 GB
Resolution: 1920 x 1080, 60Hz
OS: Microsoft Windows 10 Home (...)
In this video I’ll be showing you how to build your very own glass Bluetooth speaker, with an integrated LED filament light to mimic an Edison lightbulb or an old valve amplifier!
For those interested, I’m now on Patreon: ift.tt/2KA5SLF (...)
Some filmmakers can do action. Others can do comedy. But for 40 years, the master of combining them has been Jackie Chan. Let’s see how he does it. (Note: to see the names of the films, press the CC button!) (...)
Gameloft’s new arcade racer is designed primarily for mobile phones – though a Windows Store version is available for PC. Its visual quality is really something else – John checks it out across all systems and talks to the developer to bring us some fascinating insights on mobile development. (...)
A look at an unusual picture frame radio from the 1980s.
Yes – FM is alive and well in the US (today) – and FM is currently broadcasting pretty much everywhere apart from Norway (at the time of typing this message). However *many countries* do have *plans* to switch it off at *some point in the future* – to free up the spectrum for other uses (really so they can sell it off and make a load of money). . So it’s likely that someone will be watching this video in say 10 years time in a country other than Norway that has no FM reception. Or perhaps they are from Norway today (1% of my viewers are from Norway – Hi Norway people – including, but not limited to, Anders). (...)
Modern operating systems support multitasking (mainly preemptive multitasking), multithreading and multiprocessing (including symmetric multiprocessing and heterogeneous multiprocessing). But what are they? Are they different? What do software engineers need to know about these different paradigms? Let me explain! (...)
Do you think you’re good at spotting fake videos, where famous people say things they’ve never said in real life? See how they’re made in this astonishing talk and tech demo. Computer scientist Supasorn Suwajanakorn shows how, as a grad student, he used AI and 3D modeling to create photorealistic fake videos of people synced to audio. Learn more about both the ethical implications and the creative possibilities of this tech — and the steps being taken to fight against its misuse. (...)