Wednesday, October 30, 2019

#geek - #Steam Is Now Asking Users To Re-Review Games After Playing Them Some More


Steam Is Now Asking Users To Re-Review Games After Playing Them Some More
https://kotaku.com/steam-is-now-asking-users-to-re-review-games-after-play-1839479076

Submitted October 30, 2019 at 06:03PM by OliverMarkusMalloy
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#geek - #“House of the Dragon”; la precuela de Game of Thrones que sí va a pasar


"House of the Dragon"; la precuela de Game of Thrones que sí va a pasar
https://lacomikeria.com/2019/10/30/house-of-the-dragon-la-precuela-de-game-of-thrones-que-si-va-a-pasar/

Submitted October 30, 2019 at 10:38AM by LaComikeria
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#geek - #I made an interactive page that visualizes the scale of space


I made an interactive page that visualizes the scale of space
https://neal.fun/size-of-space/

Submitted October 29, 2019 at 05:48PM by tottocotunio
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#geek - #AskGeek: What is the best way to capture the inside of a building as a 3D model that can later be navigated in VR?


AskGeek: What is the best way to capture the inside of a building as a 3D model that can later be navigated in VR?

I want to capture the inside of historically significant buildings so that school students can, using VR, visit and explore them.

Preferably students should be able to move around and explore the building (instead of it being a fixed position).

What is this process called? What equipment is required? Do you have any good guides to the process you could link me to?

Budget for the technology should be less than £2000, preferably less than £1000 - though I'm aiming to 'do it right' and create a professional quality result.

Any advice is most welcome.



Submitted October 30, 2019 at 04:22AM by SubjectsNotObjects
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#geek - #50 years ago today, the Internet was born. Sort of - The precursor to the Internet carried its first login request on October 29, 1969.


50 years ago today, the Internet was born. Sort of - The precursor to the Internet carried its first login request on October 29, 1969.
https://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2019/10/50-years-ago-today-the-internet-was-born-sort-of/

Submitted October 30, 2019 at 09:33AM by Philo1927
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#geek - #Thermal pic of an Acer Switch 5 on load


Thermal pic of an Acer Switch 5 on load
https://i.redd.it/lgxb5kx73pv31.jpg

Submitted October 30, 2019 at 09:15AM by MaxtheMan1234
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