Re: What is that depth information used for?
You can't avoid that bloody effect. Every documentary uses it. I'm a purist. I like my images as they were shot, flat and no sodding fake colorization (TM) either.
267 posts • joined 8 Jan 2014
As a long term user of web search there's vastly more garbage in search results than there used to be. Plenty of you here must have noticed that.
Some of that may be down to Google's algorithm but mostly that garbage gets views, views make money so they make more garbage.
Half the rabid sentiment on the net is designed just for clicks and likes.
It's a self full dumbing shit machine that is consuming us.
Yep - I had a claims adjustment guy, phoning from Liverpool when I live in London, saying " Now we've inspected your lovely motor all you need to do is approve this..."
You'd think I had a flash Jag or a Beemer, nope.
Nothing to link him to the insuracne company either.
There'll be a short section of tube that opens to the air like a tube train station. I will work like an spaceship airlock. Then maybe plenty of sub sections that can each be isolated if there's a problem, the locks open and close automatically if a train approaches.
I can't believe your comment - how do you think railways manage to avoid collisions? Ok it fails sometimes but not often.
Getting 28 pods in and out is easy to automate - look at the food industry programmes on TV, e.g. Ocado warehouses, where everything is on automated lines.
Long, long ago in the days of SE30 Macs, a user said her machine kept switching off while she was typing. It kept happening day after day. In the end I got a cup of coffee and sat with her while she typed. She was one of those hyped up people who fidget and she swung her lower leg so her fancy pointy shoe tapped against the power switch just enough to kill it.
A year later she had a go at me for not double checking her sums when we placed her 'maths' in a business proposal. A marketing exec in case you wondered.
I've been using Illustrator since version 88 (you may not believe it but in 1988 they chose '88' rather than version 2 or 3 or whatever).
Scribus is usable, but not at all refined, not even to QuarkXpress standard as it was in 1988. (Yes I've used more recent versions).
But why is this export not just a straight "Export as PDF"?
As for Freehand - oh, the delights of orphaned Freehand EPS files that can't be edited!
Illustrator has a very good interface, better than Photoshop, shame about the rental license.
Yeah I had a modem in transparent blue plastic, it did 14,400 Baud and was for my Quadra 840.
These iMacs came along a good few years after the funky SGI boxes. My Quadra was contemporary to those.
Thanks Apple, but I went to Windows just after the iMacs arrived. Macs, even the big ones, were too slow for 3d rendering (plus the 3d software for Macs sucked).
The thing is countries should have opened new factories to manufacture this stuff, PPE in particular. They haven't. (Yes I know there's a big lead time on injection moulding).
However when every country needs the same stuff at the same time, in large quantities, there are going to be *lots* of problems.
Nothing mean spirited or trivial about it - it's very bad communcation to use two different logos on one thing. Shouldn't use two diffferent logos at the same time either.
Brand identity has knock on effects. Using two logos clearly displays that the organisation is NOT a single integrated, coordinated entity.
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