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wxs.ca/iso/ presents a simple “isometric” field of cubes, Q*Bert-style. Click and drag across it and the cubes will rise and fall in series of waves. They also start to flash wild colors… or do they? Yes, they do!
On Reddit, folks are wondering why these photos of piles of blue powder look like they are 3D. Some don’t see the effect, but I do.
Reality shatter. The two objects are traveling in exactly the same manner. Watch when it turns gray. pic.twitter.com/HpZsudeXSG— Cliff Pickover (@pickover) June 18, 2016 Clifford Pickover says, “Reality shatter. The two objects are traveling in exactly the same manner. Watch when it turns gray.” And this: Reality distortion. The orange dot that doesn’t actually change […]
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This Python Mega Course will help you learn to code by teaching you to build 10 real-world apps that each highlight a unique use of Python.Job prospects for coders are still growing steadily—and with Python being one of the most popular coding languages out there today, it’s important for job seekers to demonstrate a widespread understanding of the […]
The Atmos R2 may be bigger than the brand’s previously-released vapes, but we argue that in this case it’s definitely a good thing. A bigger heating chamber means more room for packing it full. And the bigger battery means longer, more fulfilling vape sessions. In fact, you can use the Atmos R2 for up to about 25 […]