The Nerdwriter on what makes Toy Story 4 feel so authentic.
Due next summer.
From the “Vox Darkroom” series: Robert Falcon Scott was a British explorer who dreamed of being the first person to reach the South Pole. In 1912, he reached the Pole only to learn that his Norwegian rival, Roald Amundsen, had beat him to it. Caught by freakish weather and a string of bad luck, his […]
Rob from Tech Craft has been wild about using a Raspberry Pi 4 along with his iPad Pro. Never thought of this use case, but I was nodding in agreement whilst I was watching this. 😴 The video only gets interesting halfway through; feel free to skip the first part
Nice experiment by Google: A lot of people feel that they spend too much time on their phones and struggle to find a balance with technology. Paper Phone helps you have a little break away from your digital world by printing a personal booklet of the key information you’ll need that day. Paper Phone →
When diving you’ll notice that the colors start acting up: everything will become more washed out (and look more green/blue) from the moment you look down in the water, and everything will become darker as you descend. Colors like red go first: at a depth of 10m it looks brown. To correct this, underwater photographers […]
At the most recent edition of Fronteers Conference – a conference which I’ve been attending for over 10 yeras by now – Jeremy Keith & Remy Sharp did a two-person talk on their rebuild of the original WorldWideWeb application back in February. Join (Je)Remy on a journey through time and space and code as they […]
At CSS Day 2019, I was fortunate to see Hakim El Hattab bring his talk Building Better Interfaces. A recording of his talk – and all other talks – are available on YouTube: This session is a deep-dive into the areas of interface design that Hakim has specialized in for over a decade—interactivity and animation. […]