Posts Tagged ‘Entire’
This is the custom floor painting job performed by Graffiti Decoration as an art installation in someone’s house. It makes it look like the floor is falling away and there’s nothing but outerspace beneath you. Which is weird because I have dreams like that sometimes. AND GUESS HOW THEY ALL END. “With you waking up on a bus stop bench outside a bar somewhere?” Ding ding ding!
Hit the jump for several more shots.
It’s the latest piece by Australian creative collective The Glue Society, most famous for their global warming sculpture, “Hot with a Chance of a Late Storm” (see it below).
Here, James Dive has compacted an entire fair – including rides, games and prizes — into a four meter cube.
The sculpture, “Once”, is on display in Aarhus, Denmark, until July 1.
Said Dive: “The project is about the finality of a missed moment. Creating [it] was undoubtedly the most violent process I've ever embarked upon.”
God, I hope there is video of said process.
Via: Creative Review.
I want her.
‘Tis the season for back-to-school product refreshes, and Toshiba’s just announced what it’ll be hawking to students and their parents this fall. The company’s upgraded six of its laptop lines — from the low-end Satellite L series to the gaming-powerhouse Qosmio — with better specs and improved performance, plus a much-improved design sense across the board. Toshiba’s worked to give its laptops a more coherent identity, like some other companies we’ve seen — it’s adopting the “u” shape that we saw on the Kirabook, and bringing the same color scheme to many of its models. It’s also updating most of its laptops to Intel’s latest Haswell processors, and upgrading to higher-resolution screens.
The various Satellite Series (L, C, S,…
This is a video of a garbage truck eating an entire Pontiac Grand Am. Of course the car only has donut tires and you can see the gas tank has been removed, so I’m not sure just how ‘entire’ it actually is. I’ve got the feeling it didn’t have an engine either. Just a hunch. And hunches, as I’m sure you’re all aware, turn out to be 75% true. The other 25% turn out to be serious medical conditions that require a doctor’s visit. Back me up, Quasimodo! Or, should I say, hunchback me up. Not gonna lie bro, I’m still not convinced that hunch you keep covered all the time isn’t another face.
Hit the jump for the video.
Entire countries can go offline. Syria’s done it before, and now it appears that the troubled nation has dropped its web connection again, according to Google’s Transparency Report and other online sources. The outage appears to have begun just before 3PM ET, according to Google’s report, and has yet to be resolved nearly three hours later. It’s not entirely clear what’s caused the outage, but based on educated speculation surrounding previous incidents, it wouldn’t be out of the question to conclude that the government was behind this latest interruption. For now, the country remains in the dark — we’ll update this post just as soon as that’s resolved.
Filed under: Internet
Source: Google Transparency Report
Google Glass Easter Egg Introduces You To The Entire Team In A Panoramic Image Controlled By Your Head’s Movement
As more developers are receiving their pair of Google Glass, the tinkering with the device is heating up. One developer found a very interesting easter egg within Glass itself, which introduces you to the entire Glass team.
The steps to reproduce it are fairly simple:
Settings -> Device info -> View licenses -> Tap the touchpad 9 times -> Tap Meet Team
Here’s a video demo, including the neat sounds that happen as you keep tapping:
The neat part about the photo is that you can see the entire 360-degree panoramic image by moving your head around. This was hard to show in the MyGlass screencast, since it lags a little bit. We’ve learned that Mike LeBeau, Senior Software Engineer for Google X, is the one who dropped the hidden gem into Glass’ software. He’s appeared on TechCrunch before in a <a target="_blank" href="“>hilarious Google blooper reel.
The team photo has Google co-founder, Sergey Brin, front and center.
I’m sure that more of these easter eggs will pop up over time, but this one is particularly cool since it’s the first time that I’ve seen a panoramic image on the device since I started using it. This functionality could be something that isn’t exposed in the Mirror API as of yet, but once it is, it’ll be a fun one.
Google might have gotten picture software marker Nik largely for its Snapseed mobile app, however it likewise got the business & rsquo; s well-regarded suite of desktop computer software in the deal. And similar to it made Snapseed free on mobile, it & rsquo; s now taking a huge portion out of the price of Nik & rsquo; s various other apps, offering the six-plugin Nik Collection for $ 149, down 70 percent from its previous price of $ 499.95.
The package consists of everything from Viveza 2 for making selective color modifications (visualized above) to Silver Efex Pro 2 for recreating film-like black and white looks with your digital images. And the single $ 149 cost will let you utilize the software with Adobe Lightroom, Photoshop, Photoshop Elements, or Apple & rsquo; s Aperture on both Windows …
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Google may have acquired photo software marker Nik largely for its Snapseed mobile app, however it likewise got the business & rsquo; s well-regarded suite of desktop software in the deal. And similar to it made Snapseed cost-free on mobile, it & rsquo; s now taking a big portion from the cost of Nik & rsquo; s various other apps, providing the six-plugin Nik Collection for $ 149, down 70 percent from its previous rate of $ 499.95.
The plan consists of everything from Viveza 2 for making selective color adjustments (imagined above) to Silver Efex Pro 2 for recreating film-like black and white appearances with your digital images. And the single $ 149 price tag will let you make use of the software with Adobe Lightroom, Photoshop, Photoshop Elements, or Apple & rsquo; s Aperture on both Windows …
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Redditor Kjkemme and his sister went and recreated the entire line of Perk-A-Cola found in Call of Duty multiplayer, including the cap tops and nutritional info. Personally, when I play multiplayer games I never go after the power-ups because I feel like it gives me an unfair advantage. You know, being as L337 as I am and all. I’m joking, I don’t play online games because I have anger management issues and have threatened to locate and beat up waaaaaay too many shit-talking 12-year olds to feel good about myself.
Hit the jump for a closeup and a bottle’s in-game nutritional info.
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This is a video of competitive eater Jamie “The Bear” McDonald pounding all 11 items on Denny’s Hobbit themed menu in twenty minutes. Impressive, but I could do have done it in eighteen. Plus another Grand Slam Breakfast.
…Jamie consumed about 156 ounces (9.75 pounds) of food and drink and 8610 calories (more than four times the average person’s 2000 calorie intake). And that’s not counting the ketchup.
The healthiest item Jamie ate? Bilbo’s Berry Smoothie, which is only 230 calories…
The worst item? The Ring Burger, which is a whopping 1420 calories (840 from fat).
Are you thinking what I’m thinking? “Meet you at Denny’s?” CLOSE — let’s hit up the bar first and build up our appetites. Twenty beers should do the trick. “What trick?” Forget what we were doing, go home hungry, puke on the bathroom floor. Magic!
Hit the jump for the video.