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At GDC 2012 Splash Damage's Arne Olav Hallingstad, presents a detailed programmer-oriented overview of the freedom of movement implementation in the studio's 2011 multiplayer shooter Brink. ...
Our solar system is home to far more worlds than you might think. While there are only eight known planets, there could be thousands of dwarf planets – Pluto-sized or smaller – lurking at the very edges of the Sun's influence. Now, astronomers have spotted a new distant dwarf with an incredibly wide orbit, lending further evidence to the idea that a much bigger "Planet X" is out there some
Diet trends like intermittent fasting and ketogenesis are proving wildly popular for their rapid weight-loss effects, but scientists are also starting to uncover how they might benefit the body in other, longer term ways. Case in point: a molecule produced during fasting has now been found to apply the brakes to aging of the vascular system, a process closely tied to the aging of the human
Phase One has announced the new XF IQ4 camera system, which introduces new digital backs, improved workflow flexibility and a new expandable platform, dubbed the Infinity Platform. Perhaps the most noteworthy aspect of the IQ4 announcement is that Phase One has unveiled a pair of 151-megapixel digital backs. There's a lot of ground to cover, so let's get into it, starting with the digital
IntroductionBy the time you read this article, you'll surely have absorbed most of the news, specifications and in-depth analysis related to Nikon's new full-frame mirrorless cameras, the Z 6 and Z 7. And there's been quite a bit of coverage, to be sure. After all, this is Nikon's first new full-frame lens mount since 1959*.But here in this piece, we're hoping to convey some of our reflections of
The hype train left the station earlier this summer, but Nikon is keeping the engines stoked for their upcoming mirrorless camera. The latest video released this morning teases the body of the upcoming mirrorless camera. Unsurprisingly, we don't get any great looks at the camera, but we can certainly see the general shape of whatever it is Nikon has up their sleeves. Of the new video, Nikon
Although movie and game producers can now create computer-animated images of just about anything, the sounds made by those onscreen items still typically consist of recordings of real-world objects. That may not be the case for much longer, however, thanks to a computer system developed at Stanford University... Continue Reading System creates computer-generated sounds for computer-animate
The asteroids that are whizzing around our little corner of space are basically the crumbs left over from the formation of the solar system, and that means they have a lot to tell us about those early years. Now, scientists have studied a particularly weird space rock and found that it's the oldest known igneous meteorite, dating back to one of the very first volcanic eruptions in the sola
It's now officially official, Nikon fans: Nikon today announced the development of their forthcoming full-frame mirrorless system. Rumored for many months now, and even hinted at by Nikon's own Tetsuro Goto back in September, it wasn't until a new video released by Nikon Europe just two days ago that the rumor started to become reality. And now, at last, it appears imminent, althoug
Two days after publishing a teaser video, Nikon has officially announced the development of its long-awaited full-frame mirrorless system, which will use a new mount. Details are light at this point, with the only product mentioned being an F-mount adapter.The company reaffirmed its commitment to DSLRs, saying that "Nikon will continue to lead imaging innovation with the launch of the new mirrorl 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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