This is the Optimus Tactus keyboard concept. It is awesome.
The NES was revolutionary. It has created a cultural imprint that has continued to ripple for decades and has yet to show any signs of waning. The sound of collecting coins in Super Mario Bros. has a familiar ring in our heads and the SMB theme music is recognized by most everyone that hasn’t been living under a rock.
Today, all that seems to be talked about is graphic eye-candy and eye-popping effects. Immersing environments that verge on overwhelming the senses. Graphic and design tools for game developers become more and more complex and push the limits further and further with each and every game offering. As the focus is drawn towards the tech, the art and design of games is lost under all those pixels.
It seems that YouTube in the last couple of days have launched a new “live” service which will allow a select group of their trusted “YouTube Partners” to screen, and then showcase, live events.
This has been a move that has been expected from YouTube for some time now, and it’s great that it finally is here!
YouTube certainly needs to keep with the times and this is a great example of how they are doing that. Lets just hope that the service is taken up well and in an exciting way.
It would also be cool and appreciated if they eventually extended the service to all of us!
How’s THAT for a title?
Laser engraved in all natural wood with a vintage film camera design. It’s pretty.
How “connected” is your community?
Look and see with the National Broadband Map.
Check out this super inspiring photos of coral.
Nature is so freaking beautiful.