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Jérémy Laviole
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Here is the #augmentedreality library I made for #processing. Feel free to try it ! It is now open source.
More information here: 

https://project.inria.fr/papart
https://github.com/poqudrof/Papart-examples


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This is how i felt when I installed Ubuntu Linux for the first time :) 
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In case you needed more proof that Linux is becoming an important player in the gaming market, we, here at Softpedia, are happy to announce today, September 19, 2015, that Valve's Steam library now features 1,500 titles.
As you might know, Steam is the world's largest digital game distribution platform, supporting all major operating systems, including Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, and GNU/Linux or SteamOS, Valve's own distribution derived from the acclaimed Debian GNU/Linux OS.

Some months ago, there was a lot of discussion about Valve's decision to remove the official mascot of Linux, Tux the Penguin, from its Steam library and replace it with the SteamOS logo, and while we understood the fact that Valve wanted to promote its GNU/Linux distro, users demanded that at least the "Linux" text be displayed.
Valve listened to the Linux community, and it's now displaying SteamOS + Linux when you attempt to browse the Steam library and filter the results. And if you do that right now, you will see that there are exactly 1,500 game titles for GNU/Linux users, at least at the moment of writing this article.

More games are coming to Linux soon
To understand these numbers better, we can tell you that there are approximately 6,500 titles in the Steam library. Almost all of them are being supported on the Microsoft Windows platform, a little over 2,300 have support for the Mac OS X operating system, and 1,500 titles offer support for Valve's SteamOS and any other GNU/Linux distribution out there.
The even more good news is that many other games will have support for the Linux platform soon, mainly because Valve will finally release its Steam Machines gaming console / personal computer in November, which will be powered by the company's Debian-based SteamOS GNU/Linux operating system. But this is a different story for a different day.

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