Cool technique: rather than crystallizing the to-be-analyzed material, just embed it in a crystal in a way that…
This is something I haven’t seen before: Sony had its marketing claims backed up with data and published the results.
Cool article, but my favorite part was this throwaway line: “…most of the heavier elements—carbon, oxygen, and so…
This is fantastic. Well worth the read. I won’t post any spoilers here. 🙂
This is a nice analogy.
A lot of people are linking to the Times Square lego x-wing today.
Yay! SIGGRAPH video time!
This ia a fantastic quantitative analysis of Chrome’s network performance.
Backside illuminated CCDs, chips flexed to the focal plane, tens of megapixels, active optics, HDR raw.
When debugging C++ in Visual Studio, this hack makes it easy to skip Boost methods (like shared_ptr dereferences)…