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Check out what Andrew Glassner​ has been up to: quick looping Processing videos. I think of them as little mind cookies: http://theimaginaryinstitute.tumblr.com/
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The “parent site” is interesting too: http://www.imaginary-institute.com/
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Great documentary, and forgery is just the tip of the iceberg - I saw it last night. Fascinating on a bunch of different levels. Go see it: http://artandcraftfilm.com/
ART AND CRAFT follows Mark Landis, one of the most prolific art forgers in US history, as he is exposed and must confront the legacy of his 30-year career.
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Nice trippy WebGL demo: http://pixlpa.com/flow/melter.html
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Flying like an eagle, or more like, a pigeon (though, sadly, there was no "bomb" control), at SIGGRAPH 2014. Definitely the most fun thing I found there.
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Very impressive and fun: http://christmasexperiments.com/2013/21/ - here's a preview.

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Nice article. You and others might also enjoy http://www.virtualglobebook.com/Under_the_Hood_of_Virtual_Globes.pdf, pages 26-52. I suspect you know of it, since your work is used on page 37.
Common depth buffer setups used in 3D graphics hardware to this day are woefully inadequate for the task. One can easily get artifacts known as z-fighting even with relatively limited scene depth range. Utilization of the ava...
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Thanks! Yes I know about the book, I've been asked to review the chapter.
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How cones and GPUs don't get along: http://www.realtimerendering.com/blog/limits-of-triangles/
Tracking the latest developments in interactive rendering techniques
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Quite the collection. I have to admit to liking the first ones more ("alpha" is my favorite).
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Are the walking teapots free at SIGGRAPH?
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From FIGMENT Boston.
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Oh, and one more reference (pointed out to me by Morgan McGuire): http://research.microsoft.com/pubs/79213/GH%202006%20p027%20Akeley%20Su.pdf
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What a great place! A makerspace, with a mix of pros and hobbyists. There's like 4-5 classes going on any night of the week, along with various social activities. Lots of interesting people doing fun stuff. Get checked out on equipment and you can then use it any time. About the only downside is that you usually need to have a fair bit of disposable income to be a member from month to month.
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Great for lunch, get the vermicelli with the pork roll (#22? #20? Somewhere in there), it's lovely.
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