Well, I suppose that our weird independent films month is over. I myself am currently at a gamer's conventino in Seattle known as PAXPrime, which I will spend all of next week talking about. I figured I would spend time talking about our 4 i's films with our old friend Darren Aronofsky. Some of you might remember when I talked about Aronofsky before with my review of his … [Read more...] about Speculative Fiction Saturday: The Fountain
Archives for August 2014
Should I say anything more? Well, for those who don't know, PAX Prime is a big Gamers convention in Seattle. There are more of them, like PAX East, PAX South, PAX Aus, and PAX Dev, all at different locations, but I don't really know much about the last one. Unlike some gaming conventions, this one is not made for the gaming industry. PAX began in Seattle, and it was … [Read more...] about We’re here at PAX Prime 2014 in Seattle!
I've said several times that I believe that Oculus Rift will change the world. I've mentioned too many times to even bother to put a link here to a related article. This would be the first time that I mention the Leap Motion, which takes the Oculus Rift one step further. The Leap Motion is intended to "put your hands in" the Oculus Rift. Just putting this Leap Motion on … [Read more...] about Leap Motion to bring more to the Oculus Rift
We all know about the Rubik's Cube and how some people have been trying to solve it for decades. Now imagine that Rubik's Cube in the shape of an X. Yes, that does sound like a nightmare. This X-Cube has 52 moving parts and 102 colored stickers. According to my Source, that is 125,486,757,308,950,508,983,252,156,416,000,000 combinations, and I would be quite surprised … [Read more...] about Rubik’s Cube comes in X-Shape
The image that you see here isn't really a good representation of what Clockety is about. I will attempt to explain what the World's First Smartphone Project Clock is. Imagine a device that you can put on your smartphone that will project the time on your ceiling. Why would you want that? Well, why should you have to turn on your phone every time you wake up and want to … [Read more...] about Meet Clockety, the World’s First Smartphone Projection Clock