Slow and steady…
This matches almost perfectly with the song I’m listening to
I might try to do this
A world where food is plentiful and drugs are personalized may not be as far off as it seems.
I’m not personally against any of this (it would be great if scientific progress was an easy, straight line), but the one glaring problem I see with many of these is the reaction of the general population. Genetic manipulation is going to be a difficult pill for people to swallow, especially considering the current sentiment about GMOs. And implanting a tracker into babies to monitor their DNA? I can see that being turned into not only an ethical problem by anti-genetics groups, but into a full-blown “the government is tracking our every move” issue by conspiracy theorists.
Still though, teleportation and less garbage? Count me in.
Sketchbook Exercise #85404
For a change, try to create unappealing cartoon characters of low-charisma and limited commercial appeal.
This would be a good exercise if I didn’t do this all the time anyway
Not on purpose though
My first original content post. Just some illustrations I’ve made lately… nothing special, surely, but my blog doesn’t have anything else on it yet! I want to do more.
We had a project that involved making a practice demo reel of content we have so far to present at a pretend job interview. I think mine went fairly well, considering I didn’t trip on my own words or find myself at a total loss for things to say.
The questions that were asked were very simple (“what would you consider your best piece in that reel,” for example) so we got through the whole process…
There is something that bothers me about the state of top-of-the-line video games. Why is it that nearly every high-end project has to be a grittily realistic show where the main premise is to go on a murderous rampage, shooting and destroying everything in sight? Call of Duty is one of the best-selling franchises of all time, so naturally it make business sense to release a new version as often…
I recently had to do an oral presentation as an assignment for my Communications class. We were free to choose the topic, and I chose Pixar Animation Studios because it’s a company whose work is very dear to my heart. As far as the preparation stages, I…
What if a planet was doughnut shaped? Yes, it´s possible.
According to the laws of physics, a planet in the shape of a doughnut (toroid) could exist. Physicist Anders Sandberg says that such planets would have very short nights and days, an arid outer equator, twilight polar regions, moons in strange orbits and regions with very different gravity and seasons.
Read more: http://bit.ly/1kPLXGT via io9
But he who controls the centre controls the fate of the world.