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korranation:

The panel is beginning!!! Let’s do this, Korra Nation.

bring. it.

korranation:

The panel is beginning!!! Let’s do this, Korra Nation.

bring. it.

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killscreen:

"Consider that turn of phrase for a second. Post-human means that man is the apocalypse. And besides, Kevin Maxon says it’s time for new language. “I stopped using the word post-apocalyptic because it gave the wrong message,” he said. “There are literally no humans to interact with in Eidolon.”

Eidolon imagines a life long after the end of man

Literally no humans to interact with?

…go on….

the original benders[]

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killscreen:

"There’s a lot virtual reality can contribute to the growth of digital art, not the least of which is the exploration of impossible environments. Optical illusions and impossible spaces helped shape art, from Brunelleschi’s implementation of geometrical perspective to Escher’s staircases. Interactive illustrator and game designer Daniel Ernst’s ongoing series,The Shoebox Diorama, seems like a first dip into the possibility of surrealism in VR.

Described by Ernst as “fantastical dioramas for the Oculus Rift,” the series features two set-pieces so far.”

How virtual reality could take surrealism to the next level

yasss, these are both incredible experiences 

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killscreen:

"The relationship between Ingress, a mobile game from Google, and cities reminds me a lot of the relationship between skateboarding and cities. If a police officer saw you playing Ingresshe’d might get suspicious and ask you a few questions about what you were doing. It’s not some violent first-person shooter or a game like Grand Theft Auto, where killing cops is required.”

Ingress turns the city into a playground

Ingress made me rediscover the statues and sculptures around me downtown, which is a pretty rad thing for a video game to do.

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americasgreatoutdoors:

One of these burrowing owl chicks clearly loves the camera! The video was filmed in the Rainwater Basin Wetland Management District. Rainwater Basin WMD manages 61 Waterfowl Production Areas comprised of over 24,000 wetland and upland acres across 13 Nebraska Counties and is part of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

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Amahzing

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