so anyway yesterday i was admiring the subsurface scattering on a watermelon
you ever look at something in the real world and be like "damn, that's a nice shader"
Are there examples of 3D games using a deliberately choppy animation framerate? Like the camera moves at 60hz but the characters pose with 8hz keyframes?
based on my calculations:
┃ U R CUTE ┃
7 ┃ 8┃ 9┃ /┃
━┛━┛━. |━ ┛
4 ┃5 ┃6 ┃ + ┃
1 ┃ 2 ┃ 3 ┃ = ┃
Ah, the three genders. Male, female and USB.
jupyter-qtconsole + migen + gtkwave is a really nice stack
🤔 shld i get NV
imagine an urban exploration game...
an empty city, abandoned because the sea rose to claim it. concrete skeletons half submerged. crows roosting in the high rise offices.
the player, the explorer, as a semiaquatic creature able to climb and dive
I wonder how much of the development of Polaroid self-developing film was driven by the fact that people love to take pictures you definitely don't want to give to some random lab tech.
the year is 2024. every human on the planet has their own unique emoji set
[stares directly into your eyes for 5-10 minutes, then blinks, looks away and then looks at you again] oh hi, i didn't see you there
2018: begging your parents to stop watching so much TV because it rots their brains / not to believe everything they read on the internet
Smoth Crimbul, by Mocha Jocksun
yea i'll see you around on… uhh…
I'm playing New Vegas for the very first time, going in blind, know Nothing about it.
1) Any tips I should get up front?
2) Should I stream it?