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Rabbit is looking for a Lead Game Designer with proven experience with game systems, economy, and gameplay balancing to help make its social trivia mashup a reality. ...
Intriguing new research from the University of Colorado Boulder is suggesting that one particular bacteria could have beneficial anti-inflammatory effects on the brain. Early studies in rodent models have found that through injections of the bacteria the animals can be essentially 'immunized' against displaying anxious responses to stressful situations... Continue Reading The bacteria that
Photographer Steve O'Nions found a derelict slate works building in a remote area in Wales and the scene immediately struck him as a viable candidate for shooting with a pinhole camera. That's exactly what O'Nions did. He used a Zero Image 2000 pinhole camera with Fomapan 100 classic film. Let's join him behind the scenes. It's a lovely area where O'Nions is shooting. It
The 99 nuclear power plants on US soil provide nearly 20 percent of the country's energy needs and have been operating at an increasingly high capacity, from 50 percent in the early 70s, to 70 percent in the early 90s, and keeping above 90 percent since 2002. However, according to new research from MIT and the Argonne National Laboratory, throttling down the capacity of nuclear power plant
The Seattle-based studio is looking for a talented Lead Lighting artist with a solid understanding of current run-time rendering technologies to illuminate the world of Ghost of Tsushima. ...
If light is the most important aspect of a photo, composition is a very close second. There are many rules about composition and there are a near-infinite number of ways you can arrange a particular landscape scene, even a particularly famous or oft-photographed one. Do you opt for a tried-and-true approach, sticking with something like the rule of thirds? Or, do you get more creative, perhaps tr
Join us for a chat about indie game design as we play Where the Water Tastes Like Wine at 3PM EDT! ...
The Gamasutra editorial team sits down to discuss the fate and fortune of Dim Bulb Games after launching Where the Water Tastes Like Wine. ...
A dev in this role would act as a bridge between artists and programmers and would set the standards that educate and inspire 2K's new team in Novato, California. ...
In the latest episode of Two Minute Tips for Adorama, photographer David Bergman discusses how to utilize light in your composition to lead the viewer's eye. You want to lead your viewer's eye to your subject, right? There are many ways to do that, utilizing colors, shapes, etc., but you can also use light. Your eyes typically go to the brightest part of an image first. Bergman offers the


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