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Daniel Dur
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We need to ensure our right to take photos in public isn't taken away from us. Please sign the petition. Even if you're not a photographer. Especially if you're not a photographer.
On 9 July 2015, the European Parliament might destroy photography. The Freedom of taking photos in public places is under attack. Until now, in most countries in Europe you were safe to take and publish photographs that are taken from public ground – This is called Freedom of Panorama. When you were on vacation, you could take a photo from the London Eye and share it with your friends on Facebook*. If someone wanted to pay you for using this p...
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I'm trying to create a scene where one of the elements would act as a control point for music playback via stroke actions. More exactly, I want to be able to launch different actions depending on the direction of stroke over this element. Is this somehow possible?
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+Daniel Dur Just watch my tutorial about gestures: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IpysL0m3Bdg
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Am crescut într-o familie pe jumătate cu frica lui Dumnezeu, pe jumătate cu indiferență față de Dumnezeu. Mama, învățătoare, merge în fiecare duminică dimineața la biserică și este o enoriașă respe...
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Bought this strap this morning for about 5€ from a watch shop next door (nothing fancy). After 8 hours of wearing it I can say that it is way more comfortable than the original. It is a bit wider than 22 mm (by about 1 mm), but at least it's suppose to be genuine leather on the inside. 
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I'm trying to create a scene where one of the elements would act as a control point for music playback via stroke actions. More exactly, I want to be able to launch different actions depending on the direction of stroke over this element. Is this somehow possible?
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Just watch my tutorial about gestures: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IpysL0m3Bdg
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I'm starting a series of short articles with the expressed intention of putting the reader in the position to reflect at today's technology, market and society in general. I'm not a writer by profession and it's my first time when, after a few weeks of thinking about this, I'm actually getting to write something down. Any comments and suggestions are highly appreciated. 
Today's subject is the outrageous efforts that various OEMs get to in order to "easily" impress the buyers. Just the other week I had some time to spend, so I decided to walk in an electronics shop and check the newest gadgets. And there I saw it: a 13" laptop/tablet with the impressive 3200 by 1800 pixel resolution. That's about 275 PPI. Not much, by today's smartphone standards, but when you run Windows 8.1 on that screen, the Run window (which on my 23", 1080p, 115 PPI monitor is about as big as my Nexus screen) becomes TINY! So tiny that I could cover it with my thumb! Now imagine editing a spreadsheet on such a screen without scaling up! IMPOSSIBLE!
By my loose standards, a 1080p Windows interface looks perfectly fine on my 23" monitor. I wouldn't say no to a bump up in resolution, but only for the sake of more real estate, as the graphics look more than decent as they are.
Extrapolating a little bit towards the Android smartphone market, I can find countless examples like this, things that have only piled up in the last year, ever since I gave up on my Galaxy Nexus in favor of a new Nexus 5.
Since I started this article with screens and their resolution, I'll mention the nice article from XDA portal (http://www.xda-developers.com/resolution-war-1440p-smartphones/)  dealing with resolutions, PPI's and the whole "my screen has more pixels than yours" arguments. I'm only going to state that, by my humble opinion, 720p is enough for any phone with a diagonal smaller than 5" and 1080p could be used all the way to 6" screens. Let's face it: who is trying to count the pixels on the screen? And only very few of us use their smartphones as VR screens.
Another aspect that's been bugging me lately are the processors, Snapdragon 810 SoC being the best example: a underdeveloped product, released before its time, only to bring something new for the newest devices. One only has to search "snapdragon 810 overheating" on their search engine of choice and the articles and discussions would pour in like crazy.
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Do you guys ever use graphic editors to create scene elements (like backgrounds, buttons, etc)? Can you recommend me any?
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There are also lots of graphical elements in some lesser known Unicode categories. You'd need something like this: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=uk.co.cwd.unicodekeyboard to get them. Or copy & paste from web sites. But they will work on other people's phones as well.
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Software Validation Engineer
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  • ALTEN Romania for Continental Automotive
    Software Validation Engineer, 2014 - present
  • Marquardt Schaltsysteme
    Software Validation Engineer, 2013 - 2014
  • Sandoz
    IT Analyst, 2009 - 2013
  • Avenir Telecom
    Sales representative, 2008 - 2009
  • AEGEE Târgu Mureș
    Member, IT Manager, Branch President, 2005 - 2010
  • AIESEC Târgu Mureș
    Member of the PR department, 2007 - 2009
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  • Petru Maior
    Automation Engineer, 2004 - 2009
  • Andrei Barseanu
    Assistant programmer, Mathematics - Informatics, 2000 - 2004
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