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Author: Luke B

We are all a little weird

Share“We are all a little weird and life’s a little weird, and when we find someone whose weirdness is compatible with ours, we join up with them and fall in mutual weirdness and call it love.” – Author Unknown (but sometimes credited to Dr....

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Oculus Rift Story Studio Introduces us to Henry

Share Meet Henry from Story Studio on Vimeo. If you, like me, are chomping at the proverbial bit to get your greasy mitts on the Oculus Rift when it is realised in early 2016 then you have probably already heard of Story Studio. Story Studio – The Experience Matters Story Studio was “unveiled” a few months ago as Oculus VR’s in-house production studio. They are tasked with making “experiences” that are better with, and perhaps, only possible through virtual reality. They aren’t games in the traditional sense, but more like interactive films/animations. This is where Oculus Rift Story Studio...

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Sounds like… Nick Offerman, Nick Cage

ShareSo watching ‘Kings of Summer‘; a rather good coming of age indie film, the other night, I couldn’t help but notice how the actor Nick Offerman (known for Parks and Recreation, We’re the Millers, 21 Jump Street and over 70 other films and tv series) sounds an awful lot like someone. And do you know what, all it took was for me to close my eyes and there he was. Nicholas Cage. It really is uncanny. If Nicholas Cage were ever to lose his voice during filming, he would be the perfect man to step up to the plate. They...

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Take Better Pictures of Yourself with the Sony QX Camera

ShareWhen apple introduced the iPhone in 2007 it caused huge waves; the phone industry would never be the same again. Some manufactures, facing huge loss of customer base, started playing follow the leader to Apple with everyone jumping on the bandwagon. Some consumers thought that this was bad for companies like Nokia and Sony and it was to a degree, but I saw that necessity was the mother of invention and a company that’s fighting to survive is much more interesting than a company playing catchup. Sony brought us water-proof phones, and now they have a camera that has a range of DSLR style lenses that connect to it, but with one important difference. The lens itself connects wirelessly to the camera which means the lens and the viewfinder can be facing completely different ways. Surely THE camera of the Facebook/Twitter generation is one that allows you to take better photos of yourself?! RIGHT?! and once the lenses are out there, can a compatible phone be far behind? Video...

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The (Inspirational) Pixel Painter – Hal Lasko

Share The Pixel Painter from The Pixel Painter on Vimeo. Hal Lasko is 98 and he is the Pixel Painter. Using MS Paint he painstakingly pushes around pixels to crate some amazing works of art. Though he originally used traditional techniques, his degenerating vision meant that the ability to zoom in on areas of his artwork was needed. Watch the video above and visit his site to buy prints....

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