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"The final art style is like a delicate paper world. Every visual element is there to help the player feel pleasant and comfortable, which is what we aimed for in the beginning." ...
Western Digital is still reeling from two different major exploits that were used to remotely wipe the hard drives of its My Book Live products, but the headache has not ended. Several other Western Digital NAS drives running its OS 3 also have a vulnerability that the company won’t fix. A new report published by security journalist Brian Krebs found that Western Digital products running th
According to a new report, hackers have exploited a 0-day bug, not the one discovered in 2018, to mass-wipe WD My Book Live Devices. It appears as though Western Digital intentionally removed lines of code that would have prevented it. Just last week, PetaPixel reported that an exploit was discovered through the WD community pages that caused some WD My Book Live users to have all of their data d
Apple has listed products it says should be kept a “safe distance” away from medical devices like pacemakers and implanted defibrillators. The list includes iPhone 12 models, Apple Watch and […] The post ShinyShiny tech round up: Apple products should be kept away from ‘medical devices’ appeared first on ShinyShiny.
Go Tokura, Chief Executive, Image Communication Business Operations at Canon. Pictured here at the CP+ show in Yokohama, Japan, in 2016.As part of our ongoing series of executive interviews at major camera and lens companies, we talked recently with several Go Tokura, Chief Executive of the Image Communication Business Operations at Canon. In this interview we discussed new developments in optics
Solar stills can be a very useful way to produce drinking water from dirty or salty water, but there’s plenty of room for improvements in efficiency. Now, engineers at Virginia Tech have developed a “synthetic tree” inspired by mangroves, that mimics the natural process of transporting water up through roots and stems into leaves.Continue ReadingCategory: ScienceTags: Water, Drinking, Virginia Te
bird island house aims to raise awareness of the impact of human activities on the loss of stopover sites for migratory wader birds.  The post nests and nesting boxes inspire LOCALARCHITECTURE’s bird island house in switzerland appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
As if the ray fishes weren't unusual enough already, it turns out that their sperm is also unique within the animal kingdom. Scientists have now created a robot inspired by those sperm, which may someday lead to smaller descendants that swim within the human body.Continue ReadingCategory: Robotics, TechnologyTags: City University of Hong Kong, Fish, Rays, Biomimicry
As honeybees collect pollen and nectar from flowers, they repeatedly bend and straighten their abdomens – yet with a minimal amount of friction. Scientists have now discovered what makes this possible, and it could have applications in human technology.Continue ReadingCategory: ScienceTags: Tsinghua University, Biomimicry, Bees, Frictionless, Soft Robotics
Google has announced that Night Sight, its low-light photography feature that is commonly used for astrophotography applications, is getting video support. While it is technically a video, more accurately it is a stitched animation that is generated from a burst of still photos. Pixel Owners can now create videos of the stars moving across the sky all during the same exposure as they capture phot 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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