Cartoonist Eric Beadu took these mangled, procedurally-generated 8×8 random sprites and interpreted them as fully-fledged cartoon characters. Now someone has to animated the rest of each character's sprites by hand!
Russell Kirsch (previously) the American computer scientist who created a digital image of his son Walden in 1957, has died of Alzheimer's disease at age 91. The image, created on a SEAC, is widely considered one of the most influential images in the history of photography. Via TechCrunch: His research group used "a rotating drum… READ THE REST
Tokyo based artist Yuni Yoshida created her Layered series by manually cutting out cubed "pixels" of foods that recreate the gestalt of the original. READ THE REST
Pixel Chart splits images into their constituent pixels, then organizes them in various interesting ways that you can define. [via] READ THE REST
You probably think you're pretty clever. You've been rocking the same Gmail account login since your freshman year of college — and it's still just as safe as the day you created the password. Hey, if "football" was good enough to get you through freshman year, it'll serve you well into 2021 and beyond, right?… READ THE REST
Consider this — are you someone who would want a full-sized pinball machine in your home? If you were a kid who spent more than 10 minutes in an arcade, a bowling alley, a family fun center, or a similar location during the 80s, 90s, or 00s, the answer from that kid is likely an… READ THE REST
If you include video in social media posts for your business, you'll see a 66 percent boost in serious engagement. Your brand awareness will be up over 50 percent. And an overwhelming 93 percent of marketers confirm that video on a social media post has resulted in a new customer. While the numbers are compelling,… READ THE REST