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Ordinarily, if you want to create a lifelike three-dimensional digital model of someone's face, a 3D scanner and/or multiple cameras are required. Now, however, scientists from Pittsburgh's Carnegie Mellon University have created a system that lets a single smartphone do the job.Continue ReadingCategory: ScienceTags: Carnegie Mellon, 3D Scanning, Facial, smartphones, Deep Learning
Sabotage Studio's Thierry Boulanger opens up about how the success of The Messenger allowed the studio to start in on Sea of Stars, and the impact COVID-19 has had on the game's development. ...
Photographer Brendan Barry has published a new video instructing viewers on how to make their own caffenol developer and salt-based fixer using common household items and ingredients. The process is very simple with the most expensive item being the photo paper. The new tutorial follows a video Barry published last week showing how to turn an entire bedroom into a massive camera obscura.The new v
Mexico City studio Goko has topped this music studio with a large "skyspace" to flood it with natural light. Read more
Luciano Iurino from Spanish dev The Troglobytes, who have Hyperparasite, their relentless twin-stick shooter/roguelite set in the roaring '80s, discussed the positive effects of having their game in the new Steam Game Festival. ...
the new space allows further expansion, but in the meantime, offers areas for experimental projects and display. The post esrawe studio refurbishes 1950s warehouse into its own spacious atelier in mexico city appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
In this GDC 2020 virtual talk Capy's Kaitlin Tremblay discusses the inherent fiction behind our most common gameplay verbs, such as shooting, talking, deciphering puzzles, hacking, and the like. ...
Millions of tons of plastic waste washes into the world's oceans each year, but a new study has revealed that it doesn’t all move through the water in the same way. Scientists investigating the movement of submarine sediment have found that so-called underwater avalanches are driving microplastics into the deep ocean, a finding that may help researchers better map the distribution of waste throug
Condé Nast photographer Alessio Albi obviously can’t do the kind of real-world shooting he’s used to right now, but that hasn’t stopped him from taking pictures. He’s just moved his work over to video chat instead.Albi is based in Italy, which means he’s been locked down longer than most of us. And like many other photographers, he’s missing the creative outlet
Teams with location based or augmented reality games out in the wild are having to make changes to remain playable as people forgo excursions due to the coronavirus. ... is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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