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YouTube channel 'The Royal Ocean Film Society' by filmmaker Andrew Saladino has published a tongue-in-cheek video detailing 'the completely bonafide and entirely unfalsified history of the camera.' Viewers are greeted with an amusing, biting narrative about human nature and how it supposedly contributed to the creation of photography.The Royal Ocean Film Society channel is known for its animated
The current state of commercial video game preservation is in rough shape, but there's something developers can do to help. ...
The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) is working to confirm that its experiment to bomb the asteroid Ryugu was successful. Today at 11:36 am Japan time, JAXA's unmanned Hayabusa2 deep space probe deployed the SCI (Small Carry-on Impactor), which is designed to blow a hole in the surface of Ryugu to allow for deep sampling, but safety issues prevented the spacecraft from witnessing
In this 2017 GDC talk, Audio director of Hangar 13 Matt Bauer shares the detailed process the studio took to deliver authentic vehicle audio in Mafia III. ...
designboom previews the monumental exhibition, which reveals the incredible story of the most iconic dinosaur in the world. The post experience t-rex in immersive virtual reality at the american museum of natural history appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
the chinese city of dalian retains significant vestiges of past japanese occupation including shinto temples, governmental buildings, and japanese-style residences. The post nodstock creates retail interior that reflects the history of japanese design in china appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
the artist merges organic and industrial materials; minimalist and classic elements; found objects and construction materials. The post jose dávila’s totem-like vertical compositions trace the history of sculptural art appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Each year from summer of 1872, the owners of Glacier Point hotel started the event of Yosemite Firefall. For seven nights a week, they would spill hot embers from Glacier Point down to the valley 3000 feet below. The event ended in 1968 when the National Park Service ordered it to stop because the overwhelming number of visitors that it attracted overwhelmed the meadows, and because it was not a
visitors experience and appreciate the beauty and the uniqueness of japanese majolica tiles. The post GENETO studio’s exhibition in tokoname explores the history of majolica tiles appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
David Chipperfield's Zhejiang Museum of Natural History in China is a cluster of monolithic exhibition halls arranged around a garden on a sloping site. Read more


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