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Unreal Engine may be built for games, but under the hood, it’s got a powerful audio, music, and modular synthesis engine. Its lead audio programmer explained this afternoon in a livestream from HQ. Now a little history: back when I first met Aaron McLeran, he was at EA and working with Brian Eno and company […]
The open hardware Braids macro oscillator gets an alternative firmware that brings new features – including a speech engine known from the Commodore 64 days. Speech synth means modular synthesis: Mutable Instruments’ open, digital modules have been one of the best things about the modern modular revolution. And this alternative firmware is a great example […]
Sometimes, tech looks stylish in the way you’d expect it to look on the deck of a starcraft. So if Eurorack makes you think “old-fashioned,” meet the Klang, a chord creation module from Norway. After years – okay, decades – of noodling about mostly in monophonic space, the modular scene is discovering polyphony. But that […]
Ramble has taken procedural generation and used it to create shifting worlds of watercolor artwork, having you traverse beautiful landscapes as you watch the visuals come to life.
You'll have a front row seat to an ever-changing art show as you explore painted worlds, meandering through the generated areas in first person. While there is no large overbearing story, players will be able to complete minor tasks like repairing or building structures. You'll want to make sure everything is picture perfect in this amazing work of art, but overall, Ramble exists to give you a place to meander, encouraged to introspection as you take the changing art in.
Given the striking colors and soothing places, players who appreciate an artistic emphasis will not want to miss out on this amazing experience.
Every lost sock, mislaid key, or forgotten toy ends up in the Forgotten Lands, a place where these objects can take on their own lives and personalities. Here, you'll talk with these creatures, helping them with their problems as you try to quash a rebellion that means to keep you and your master from ever getting home again in Forgotton Anne, a strikingly-animated adventure.
You're Anne, and you're looking to get out of this world of Forgotlings along with your master, Bonku. To do that, it seems like you'll need to quell a rebellion that's starting to pick up steam (but are you SURE you're in the right in doing this?).Part of that involves using Anima, the energy that brings these lands to life, to solve puzzles and change the course of lives by helping these living objects throughout the game's stunning lands.
You're not just following the requests of whoever you stumble across in Forgotton Anne, though. You have choices in dialogue and actions that will change the course of the story, so who knows what side of the rebellion you may find yourself on by the end? It's up to you whether you make life better for sentient socks and other castoffs in this adventure.
The evolution of sculptures through technologies has crossed used materials and manufacturing processes, but they’re still giving shape to concepts present in our world. Even when it’s about digital technologies, sculptures have to manifest themselves, like in the case of →
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Paintings by artist Elizabeth Selby, currently based in Colorado Springs. Working predominantly in female portraiture, Selby’s work is both deeply personal and concerned with the very idea of self. Most recently, Selby has seen how an ancient personality chart, the enneagram, has changed the way those around her see themselves and the world around them. … Continued
Lovely work by photographer Marcus Maddox from Nashville, Tennessee. Created with the help of production and floral designer Rachel Wayne as well as stylists Christine Tran Schumanna and Elliott Weaver, Maddox’s ongoing series utilizes subtle colour contrasts to highlight the significance and beauty of diversity. While Maddox’s figures may not don much colour themselves, as … Continued
SJ Technologies partnered with Sonatype for the DevSecOps Community 2018 Survey. The survey was wildly popular, receiving answers from more than 2,000 respondents representing a wide range of industries, development practices, and responsibilities. One-third of respondents (33%) came from the technology industry, and banking and financial services was the second most represented group (15%). 70% of all respondents were using a container registry.
Unlike a virtual machine, which includes an entire operating system, a container is meant to hold only the software needed to run an application. Therefore, to run a container efficiently and securely, you need an operating system that provides secure container services and acts as a foundation for running containers. One operating system developed for that task is Atomic Host.
Application logs often contain valuable data. How can we extract this data in a timely and cost-effective way? As a sample app, we will discuss a multi-tenant system where we host multiple sites via subdomains. URLs in log files contain the paths (/api, /search, etc) and params (?foo=bar).
How to make a name for oneself in the art world? Every up-and-coming artist has to face that intimidating question in one way or another, but Robert Rauschenberg, now remembered as a leading light of the pop art movement, came up with a particularly memorable answer. When in 1953 he got the counterintuitive idea to […]
Theories of power, from Machiavelli and Hobbes to Locke and Jefferson, have drawn their lessons from the towering figure of the Sovereign, the principle actor in dramas of old European statecraft. One philosopher advises cunning, another fear and awe. When we come to ideas of civil society based in property rights, we see theorists arguing […]
As a longtime record collector (first because it was before CDs were invented) and a budding audiophile (because vinyl does sound better than digital, have at me in the comments if you must), I appreciate a good story about the search for perfect sound. But Takeo Morita takes it to a new level. In the […]
A few years back, we visited HÅshi, a hotel located inÂ Komatsu, Japan, which holds the distinction of beingÂ the 2nd oldest hotel in the world, and "the oldest still running family business in the world." Built in 718 AD,Â HÅshi has been operated by the same family for 46 consecutive generations. It's hard to imagine. But it's […]
Each year the project 36 Days of TypeÂ invites graphic designers, illustrators, typographers, and artists from around the world to submit their own alphabet-based designs during a 36-day typographical marathon. DesignerÂ Ben HuynhÂ submitted animated letters for each day of the open call which he combined into a short film. The video presents his three-dimensional type in the form of Mephis-style office supplies, modern furniture, and abstract neon light installations, all set to the song “Sunshine” by Gym and Swim. More
Russian artist Goga TandashviliÂ carves large-scale bas-relief works in interior spaces, adding details such as florals, tropical leaves, and perched peacocks to otherwise flat surfaces. The three-dimensional murals project from the wall with a life-like accuracy, with each bloom and sprout of plumage having the same shape and size as the object it imitates. Tandashvili uses a combination of hand building and carving techniques to create the nature-based sculptures, which act as fluid extensions of the wall itself. More