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Kinetic mirror display

kinetic_mirror_display.jpga public display that uses the spaces, people & objects it faces as a “palette” to display messages from hidden viewpoints. “Aleph” consists of a matrix of car side mirrors controlled by a network of micro-controllers to position each mirror relatively to each other, revealing animated pixel-like graphics that literally reflects the environment.
cameras are used to analyze the environment reflected through the mirrors, which is used to position the mirrors & thereby controlling what the visitors will see.

As your child gets older, the more technology-based their toys are going to get. That doesn’t mean that they can’t be just as educational as the toddler toys they had in preschool, though. There are a lot of choices out there when it comes the best robot toys for kids.


May 5, 12:36
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The Future of Sports Betting

Fantasy sports are becoming a lot more popular now a days and that’s one of the biggest reasons why we are still at the top in the industry. We are providing players with the ability to find any fantasy sports game they can imagine, including the best fantasy baseball games. You can have the same results that the pros do. It is the same formula, however, that everyone uses and that is how we have become as popular as we have become. The biggest thing is that you don’t even have to have a computer. It works on virtually any modern device. We get an overwhelming response from our players when they open up a new draft and see that they can just log onto their computer, log into our website, and start playing right away. We have become a worldwide company, yet we are still doing just as well as we have in the past. It’s because there is always room for improvement. We feel as though we are still in our infancy as a company and are still learning. We will continue to work hard to do better and create new ways for people to find our games and play them. In the long term, we’re determined to find ways to improve and bring people from all over the world into our world.
The development team at Larian has a very strong history with RPGs. You’ve created games like Divinity: Original Sin, Divinity: Original Sin 2, Divinity II: Ego Draconis, Divinity III: The Wolf Among Us, and Torment: Tides of Numenera, among others. What were some of the challenges you faced when transitioning into free-to-play development? The transition to free-to-play is definitely not the easiest. It’s different, and it’s not the easiest, but it’s a completely new process. Larian is a big team and you’re just one person on a team of thousands, so it’s a challenge to keep everyone motivated to work hard on our new projects. A lot of the challenges we faced along the way are related to the new platform. For example, there are many new people involved in the production of the game, which means a lot of new meetings that require a lot of new communication. Our goal at Larian is to create a robust platform that anyone can interact with, and to work really hard to make sure that our players get to see and touch the new content as it arrives. As a matter of fact, the entire game design team has been working on the expansion of Divinity IV: Black Flag, which is coming this year to PC. To a large extent, the creation of Divinity IV: Black Flag has just as much of a bearing on the content for the upcoming expansion as any of the other new projects that we’re working on in terms of the tools and tech that we have to support and facilitate them.

 


Dec 5, 17:20
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Thanks Regine Debatty

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Turbulence because they’ve been consistently commissioning net.art for ten consecutive years and because they have a great blog called networked_performance that documents better (much better) than me the calls, essays and events that interest the whole new media art community. Net artists, activists and digital artists have been contributing books, DVDs, CDs, archival prints, T-Shirts and the kind of fancy little mask i’m proudly donning on the left of this post (because that’s what matters to me today, really. Not net.art but something to cover up the spot on the chin i woke up with.) More >> [blogged by Regine on we-make-money-not-art] THANKS EVERYONE FOR GIVING US ANOTHER YEAR OF TURBULENCE!


Dec 26, 19:45
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Celebrate our 10th Anniversary

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It’s not too early to start your holiday shopping! And you can support Turbulence’s networked_performance blog at the same time! WE CANNOT CONTINUE TO PROVIDE THIS SERVICE WITHOUT YOUR HELP. Please go to our website and make a donation today. Choose from artists’ books, drawings, DVDs, CDs, archival prints, T-Shirts and more by Annie Abrahams, Kate Armstrong, Diane Bertolo, Andy Deck, Onome Ekeh, Jason Freeman, Tal Halpern, Peter Horvath, David Jhave Johnston, kanarinka, Brooke A. Knight, Steven Lam, Patrick Lichty, Michael Takeo Magruder, Michael Mandiberg, microRevolt, Mouchette, MTAA, Andrea Polli, Preemptive Media, Gustavo Romano, Yoshi Sodeoka, Nathaniel Stern, Helen Thorington, and Jody Zellen. Or simply make a donation.

Turbulence is celebrating its first DECADE, the only program to consistently commission net art for ten consecutive years. Despite the expansion of our projects, the acceleration of our support for artists, and the valuable resources we provide in our networked_performance blog and New American Radio archive, we have seen a decline in our operating support. Please help us to continue to support emerging artists and technologies, and preserve our valuable archives. THANK YOU. Continue reading


Nov 10, 18:38
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FURTHERFIELD NEWSLETTER 12

Hi everyone, once again- a warm welcome to all subscribers to the 12th issue of the Furtherfield Newsletter, a resource that aims to inform everyone who is interested about what is currently happening at Furtherfield.org, HTTP Gallery and various connected projects. There is always loads happening, it shifts and changes all of the time. Currently we are very busy setting up for this Thursday’s opening of an exhibition of work by Stanza at HTTP. So lets waste no more time and get straight to it… Continue reading


Dec 6, 09:55
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Sports Betting Popularity

Sports betting is unbelievably popular now a days. It is one of the most popular forms of betting, with the biggest names in the betting industry being in on this. This is where most bettors get their odds. But how are you going to know what odds you are dealing with when the bookie isn’t willing to tell you?

With that in mind, how is it possible to get reliable odds online without having to give away your phone number to a professional betting broker? Well, the answer is, you can’t. This is will come very handy when playing capsa susun and other gambling games.

Even with the best odds available, sometimes it is very hard to get even the most basic information regarding the winning and losing odds. That’s because some bookies will keep you in the dark regarding the details of their odds, while others can be quite forthcoming, but not always. Sometimes there are popular gambling games that have many rules and regulations that can exclude many people, but not like slot games not on gamstop that are more flexible and you can compete worldwide online and have fun.

How to Find the Best Odds Online?

I recently visited a reputable online betting site in the United Kingdom called Bwin. The reason for this trip was to test the betting site’s odds calculator, and to see if it could offer me a good and fair betting offer. My reason for checking out Bwin’s odds calculator was the fact that the site is the oldest online betting provider that has a well-established history, and this allowed me to check some of the common odds offered by the UK’s oldest online betting service. So, let’s see what the calculator offered: The most popular betting terms are odds, odds on, free-loans, win on, free-loans, odds against, etc. For every type of bet the website displays the total odds of the bet. I would recommend that you check out these odds to get an idea of how each betting type is valued in Bwin’s odds calculator. After checking the odds I found that the largest amount offered was 6x odds. This offered me a maximum payout of 6x my stake (the amount I put down to start the account). For betting on and free-loan there is also a maximum payout of 6x my stake. The maximum payout for a betting on a free-lancer, in the calculator’s odds, is 4.5x my stake (a total of 35% increase in value). This bet was then listed in the site as a win (the payout value was a win). I would consider this to be a good bet as a win and a free-loan could have a high probability of pay-outs. Another win was the 6x chance of winning if I had placed my stake down to 20p (on the odds of 7-2 that this bet could win at a 5.25% return). I believe I could have had a better return in other bet types than this one – probably 4.5x my stake would be a better choice. With this in mind, this could be a better bet if I want to keep my money for betting on a free-lancer in the future.

The ncaa tournament spread is for a single bet. If you have multiple bets, you can combine the sheets to show the actual probabilities.

Predicting my position The spreadsheet combines the calculations of all three spreadsheet formulas. The risk/reward spreadsheet gives the probability of winning and how much each bet will earn. The odds sheet shows the probability of betting my stake down to 20p and the return for my bet. The stake calculator shows my stake, the probabilities of winning on each of the three bets and the return.


Feb 5, 17:16
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