The VR app "BigScreen" is the least interesting and the most interesting. It doesnt even require a controller, its barely interactive. Its focus is your environment while watching 2D media. You can sit in front of a bigscreen at a theater, or an outdoor campground, etc. I love how the patch notes include things like "Added plants back into Lobby for mobile users." "Cinema carpet material fixed." Feels like the Truman Show.
today's livestream is looking at a lipo cutoff circuit board. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k8QzTwUnuak
its the piano.
Digital painting timelapse of web cartoon Pepper&Carrot. All open source tools. Video hosted on peertube.
This track is putting mucho bounce in my Monday.
the OpenStreetMap project weekly update is a shining example of how to keep people informed. http://www.weeklyosm.eu/archives/11350
waiting for #hackerbeach pics...
The Chicago Tribune has an excellent fact check on Trump's Border speech tonight. Nearly every point was refuted by easily verified info from our own agencies.
archive.org's collection of books from 1923 that entered the public domain this year.
put in some electro-voice and chances are good i'll be head-bobbing like crazy.