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I know I've been missing in action here on the blogs for some time. I've decided I might not be fond of writing log chunks of text for blogs (I seem to have no problem with micro blogging) So I thought I would convert to video blogging as a test. Tell me what you think but be kind its my first ;-)
Anyone looking for a walk down video game memory lane should check out this TED video. There are also some interesting thoughts on the future of gaming which from this videos point of view are things like creating true emotional responses. What? duck hunt and pong didn't create enough emotional reaction? Blaspheme.
A few months back a new site started up called postdreamer.com that aims to help people working in the post industry. Its still in Beta and is working to build up a critical mass of content but there are a number of good ideas here which could make it successful in its niche.
It seems some scientists have come up with an algorithum that can use two digital camera images, one taken with flash and one without, to extract high quality depth maps.
In just a few weeks we will begin editing our latest and greatest Siggraph show reel. This reel is a who's who of companies doing fantastic cg work with Autodesk products. Don't miss your chance to be included...
It looks like the iphone may finally be at a place where I would buy it. (that is if Canadian cell phone companies would actually carry it of course.) With the introduction of its SDK a number of useful business apps and most importantly cool games are finally on the horizon.
I was just over at maxunderground and noticed they had a piece of news related to that intelligent resizer I blogged about a few weeks ago. Its actually up and running online for anyone to try.
You want a little exposure you say? You'd like to have your work up next to the likes of ILM and the Mill? Well just keep reading...
One of my biggest pet peeves with putting content on the web is the constant need to crop and resize images to fit all the various resolutions and aspects necessary. First you can do it yourself which is fine if you have the time and not to much content or you can have it automated which means you will have many images messed up. Well someone is coming to our rescue with some very cool tech...