Beautiful time lapse video of traversing Half Dome at night. I discovered the link at The California Sun. Much of it is only for subscribers, but the writing and content are excellent.
So why do so many people think that pixels are little squares? The answer is simple: apps and displays have fooled us for decades with a cheap and dirty trick. To ‘zoom in’ by a factor of 20, say, they replace each pixel with a 20-by-20 square array of copies of that pixel, and display… Continue reading Pixel: a Biography
“Loot is randomized adventurer gear generated and stored on chain.Stats, images, and other functionality are intentionally omitted for others to interpret. Feel free to use Loot in any way you want.” https://www.lootproject.com/ I haven’t been drawn into the NFT craze, but I really do like the idea of something that can be an unalterable creative… Continue reading Loot
Clouds compete for attention in this aurora time lapse over a blue ocean. Thomas Pesquet
A very dystopian (but somewhat believable) vision of what our augmented reality future may hold. I discovered the link in the always fascinating newsletter by Benedict Evans. Hyper-Reality presents a provocative and kaleidoscopic new vision of the future, where physical and virtual realities have merged, and the city is saturated in media. Hyper-Reality Description on Vimeo