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The Braids of Reality: A musing on higher dimensions and mind-expanding games.

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Ajith, check this out.
Here's a fascinating video preview (3.5 mins) of Siggraph 2012 technical papers. One can easily imagine how these will manifest themselves in games and animation in the near future. Glad to see Siggraph's back in Los Angeles this year...

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"And asking close friends never works quite as well as you hope, either. It’s not that they deliberately want to be unhelpful. It’s just they don’t know your world one millionth as well as you know your world, no matter how hard they try, no matter how hard you try to explain.

Plus a big idea will change you. Your friends may love you, but they don’t want you to change. If you change, then their dynamic with you also changes. They like things the way they are, that’s how they love you– the way you are, not the way you may become.

Ergo, they have no incentive to see you change. And they will be resistant to anything that catalyzes it. That’s human nature. And you would do the same, if the shoe was on the other foot."

The above is an excerpt from Hugh MacLeod's book 'Ignore Everybody'. He nailed it.

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