Will the next big content format contain bits of reality? USDZ could be a hint of things to come. Imagine programmable self-contained bits of volumetric information that can be shared with others. The process will be simple:
1. Scan a real clock
2. Program the digital version of the clock
3. Share the clock and it’s code as a single file so that others can instantiate it in their reality.
“All of the animation is made in real-time using a StyleGan neural network trained on the Danbooru2018 dataset, a large scale anime image database with 3.33m+ images annotated with 99.7m+ tags.”
It happened, I finally saw Wonder Woman!
In order to see this movie, just so it would not be completely sold out, I had to go midday on a Saturday during perfect beach weather in L.A. 6 weeks after it premiered.
Apple teamed with NASA to create a stunning 8-minute short film about NASA’s Juno Mission.
We had an opportunity to speak with Peter Smith about the Indie Galactic Space Jam. Peter is an Assistant Professor of Game Design at the University of Central Florida and he also co-founded the Indie Galactic Space Jam which is occurring at the Melrose Center in downtown Orlando, Florida from August 13-16, 2015.
“Do we really appreciate our scoundrels more than our saints? In movies we most often do.
This video weaves together years of memorable and iconic villains into a four-part montage that highlights the truly “worst of the worst”.
I hope you enjoy it.”
See the war through the Empire’s eyes as you watch TIE Fighter, a short animated film by Paul Johnson. Drawn in the style of 1980’s cartoon movies, TIE Fighter lets you follow a skirmish between the Empire and Rebel Alliance forces.