So recently I’ve seen posts about the usage of whether or not to use the Oxford Comma. I remember coming across the dilemma in the 8th grade. My teacher then illustrated to the class why it makes more sense to use it. And so I pass on that knowledge to my followers.
A study (PDF downloadable) with some eye-opening insights on media convergence as seen through the eyes of kids worldwide who were asked: What would you like your computer or the Internet to do that it can’t right now?” Spoilers: They want to create, and play directly with media, seamlessly moving between the physical and the virtual… (via Study: Kids Are the Road to Tech Innovation)
GMUNK - Work on TRON Legacy (Portfolio and Discussions)
This incredible portfolio of digital designer GMUNK’s work on TRON:Legacy includes walkthroughs of some of my own personal favorite material, the ISO DNA of Quorra, as well as some breathtaking videos of the design process. Sadly, I can’t embed the videos via vimeo, but they’re all in glorious HD.
The IsoSurface, housing Quorra’s DNA, had to be broken down and unwrapped in order to be accessed… To accomplish this, Flynn used a Voronoi Noise algorithim that suspended the heart by spherically wraping around it, allowing Flynn to wade through an web-like interface to break open the DNA…