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Trinket Studios' Tom Eastman talks to Gamasutra about the ins and outs of game design and making a Match-3 cooking game work (wok?) well as the heart of Battle Chef Brigade. ...
Incredibly powerful but gone in a flash, mysterious signals known as Fast Radio Bursts (FRBs) are regularly detected in all corners of the sky. A repeating signal known as FRB 121102 was already the weirdest one out there, but now an international team of astronomers has found that this oddball is even odder than previously thought. The radio waves from FRB 121102 are being "twisted" to an ex
familiar stories with fresh perspectives — like 8-bit covers of your favorite song.The post pixel artist freezes khaleesi, morty, heisenberg, et al. in an 8-bit universe appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Aircraft manufacturer Bell Helicopter has revealed the cabin for an electric, self-piloting air taxi at the Consumer Electronics Show, designed for Uber's scheduled 2020 aircraft taxi service. Read more
Hey there, do you know you can tweak your Firefox browser to Save tabs even after you exit the browser? Now, Most fans of Firefox that do not know about this will want to learn how to Quit Firefox and Save tabs. This article is dedicated to giving you step by step process on how […]The post How To Quit Firefox And Save Tabs appeared first on Tech-Recipes: A Cookbook Full of Tech Tutorials.
We could learn a lot about energy production from plants, who have been tirelessly turning water and sunlight into energy for millions of years. Recently engineers have mimicked photosynthesis with devices like artificial leaves, or harnessed it with fuel cells powered by algae. Now, a University of Cambridge team has developed a new design for the latter, which is apparently five times more
the german-manufacturer’s off-road camper van is a self-sufficient mobile home, ready to live off-the-gridThe post bimobil’s mercedes-benz EX 435 adventure mobile travels across the toughest terrain appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
The Japanese video game console market has grown for the first time in 11 years, experiencing a spike in sales during 2017. ...
Over the last few decades architects and designers have started burrowing. Rammed earth structures, reclaimed war bunkers, and homes dug into hills have turned buildings inward instead of upward. Here we present a gallery featuring the most fascinating, weird, and experimental underground designs from recent years...Continue Reading Gallery: From buried bunkers to hobbit homes - a look at und
the ‘mystery ship’ is a kawasaki ‘KZ1000’ designed by AMA motorcycle hall of fam’er craig vetter back in 1980. vetter received his induction into the hall of fame in recognition of his work with bike fairings and aerodynamics. during the 1970’s the ‘vetter fairing company’, designed and built fairings before manufacturers had started to factor […]The post kawasaki KZ

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