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Un algoritmo que crea personajes en 8 bits en el Tetris
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Bluey, a diminutive blue budgie, demonstrates his remarkably convincing impression of R2-D2 from Star Wars in this delightful 2013 video. The little parrot can imitate a range of R2-D2 sounds, including the droid’s distinctive chirps, warbles, and screams. Bluey learned the sounds after his human family played a few R2-D2 YouTube videos for him. A few days later he began replicating the sounds. The video was uploaded by the family’s mother, Carli Jeffrey, who reports that Bluey is driving her family crazy with his R2-D2 chatter.
During my visit to the Nintendo office in NYC I was able to preview Ultimate NES Remix, the 3DS release of NES Remix 1 and 2 featuring the ...Read More
A reportagem é velha, mas eu não tinha visto ainda. Caraca moleque, como umas coisas dessa passa despercebido nesse mundão chamado INTERNET?! UAHUAHAUAHUAHAUAHAUHAUAHU
A team of researchers in Japan lead by Akira Asano of Burton Inc. have developed a 3D aerial display capable of projecting text and imagery in mid-air. The Aerial Burton works by firing a 1kHz infrared pulse directly into a 3D scanner which in turn focuses and reflects the laser to a specific point in the air. Molecules at the end of the laser then ionize, releasing energy in the form of photons. While the full potential for such a display has yet to be seen, Asano suggests it could be used as a communication aid in the event of a disaster by communicating evacuation routes or broadcasting the location of emergency supplies. Personally, I would be satisfied with a 3D laser butterfly in my backyard. (via DigInfo)
Batdad hasn’t released anything in a while, but it was totally worth it considering that this compilation is absolutely hilarious! Check it out!
So you’ve finished some of your favorite game more times than you can count. You know all the shortcuts and can even finish them in one sitting. What’s your next challenge? If you’re YouTuber KarlJobst, you play and finish three Nintendo 64 games. At once. In under an hour. What.
Karljobst fired up Super Mario 64, GoldenEye 007 and The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time on three different N64 consoles and TVs, then cycled through the three games as cutscenes played on the other two. Of course, he inevitably let Link, Mario or Bond sit idle from time to time so he could focus on one game. He finished GoldenEye 007 in 21:51, Ocarina of Time in 18:10 and Super Mario 64 (a 16-star run) in 15:44. Don’t believe me? Watch and watch and watch:
I guess the opposite of this would be watching Tarn Adams complete Dwarf Fortress.
As you could imagine, all those sex scenes that look so hot on the big screen are actually quite awkward while filming. Check out this behind-the-scenes clip of Brooklyn Decker and Patrick Wilson trying to get into it while they get sprayed with fake sweat on the set of Joe Carnahan's movie Stretch.
Unconditional love. [@startribune]
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