Wow..just found out the last article I posted here was on August 3rd, 2009. Time flies..
so..I'm playing Dragon Nest lately and finally I reach level 15 to choose my second class. :D
Since I solo in game most of the time so it took me longer to get there..=0= Not recommended..I don't have much time to play so the fatigue system didn't borther me much. But if you want to level up faster and play longer in Dragon Nest, remember to group people up to play together!
After finishing the second quest, go back to the NPC to return it.
She will ask you to choose your second class.
The first one is Elementalistand the se...
A short film for mtv worldwide to help raise awareness of the effects of global warming. A combination of live action and animation. A globe in a classroom was shot on 16mm which was then tracked and populated with cg toy-like clouds, cars, planes, and cities.
I played it for a while last night. And I found it kinda interesting~ The graphic and control are both special,too. ^0^
Give it a shot at : http://blurst.com/paper-moon/play
Video games with lots of action, such as the shoot-'em-up variety, can improve your vision, a new study finds.
Players became up to 58 percent better at perceiving fine contrast differences in the tests.
"If you are driving at dusk with light fog it could make the difference between seeing the car in front of you or not seeing it," study leader Daphne Bavelier told LiveScience.
The ability to discern slight differences in shades of gray, or contrast sensitivity, is the primary limiting factor in how well one sees, said Bavelier, a professor of brain and cognitive sciences at the University of Rochester.
"Normally, improving contrast sensitivity means getting glasses or eye surgery—somehow changing the optics of the eye," she said. "But we've found that action video games train the brain to process the existing visual information more efficiently, and the improvements last for months after game play stopped."
The new finding suggests action video game used as training devices may be a useful complement to eye-correction techniques, Bavelier said, since it may teach the brain's visual cortex to make better use of the information it receives.
This award winning short was created by filmmaker Bruce Branit, widely known as the co-creator of '405'. World Builder was shot in a single day followed by about 2 years of post production. Branit is the owner of Branit VFX based in Kansas City.
(Original : http://vimeo.com/3365942)
The sticky lamp is basically a lightbulb in a socket contained in a plastic case with an adhesive ring around it’s edge. The socket is connected to an extended power cord and a clicker.
This design brings a new function to packaging. The plastic which would normally be discarded has become the casing. The self-adhesive fixing offers endless possibilities. You can stick it wherever you want, on the ceiling, the door, wall or floor.
Weight : 0.35 Material PVC, 7W bulb Size 18 x 25 x 7 cm