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'Fortnite' from Epic Games
Written by Charles   
Wednesday, 14 December 2011 16:16

Epic Games is developing a new video game entitled "Fortnite", an expansive original world that invites players to be creative, resourceful and wow it's great canadian viagra collaborative by day and defend their prized fortress by night, all utilizing the latest Unreal Engine technology. The look of the take cialis game is intriguing as it embodies an appealing cartoony feel to the characters. Check out the trailer...

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'Arrugas - Wrinkles' makes its LA run
Written by Charles   
Sunday, 11 December 2011 19:14

Positioning itself for Academy Award nomination by screening in Los Angeles theaters this week, 'Wrinkles' is a traditionally animated feature film based on Paco Roca´s name-sake graphic novel, published by Editions Delcourt. In 2008 the Department for Culture prized it with the National Comic Award and Italy´s prestigious Lucca Festival bestowed it the Gran Guinigi Award for best long story. Wrinkles has also won the top prizes for Best Material and Best Script by the Salón Internacional del Cómic in Barcelona 2008 and the tramadol bygone online Award for Best Spanish Comic Strip by the Diario de Avisos of Tenerife 2008.

Directed by Ignacio Ferreras, Produced by Perro Verde Films (España) ‏ / Cromosoma (España)  / ‏TVG (España) with Manuel Cristóbal and Oriol Ivern as Producers, Wrinkles deals with Alzheimers, a disease that affects many people and their families the world over. 

Here's a clip from the film. The teaser can be found here.

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Ralph Baer - Father of Video Games
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Friday, 09 December 2011 17:17

We receive interesting articles regarding animation from a newsletter sent out by The Entertainment Economy Institute which are in turn posted on the Forums. Here's one that is intriguing since it involves the history of video games and in particular, Ralph H. Baer who is credited with being the father of the technology. Mr. Baer created the precursor to tramadol medication online tramadol medication the Odyssey way back in 1967. The "Brown Box," a unit with corded controllers that had a number of www.tedxamsterdamed.nl games built in, including a ping-pong game similar to the legendary "Pong" that University of Utah graduate and genuine cialis online Atari president Nolan Bushnell created five years later.  The now 89-year-old television engineer invented the buy levitra uk first home video game console, the Magnavox Odyssey, in 1972 - five years before the Atari 2600 took the world by storm.

Here's a look at Ralph Baer playing video ping-pong on the Brown Box in 1969. Here's the link to the Forum topic.

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Draw 3D in Space with Sandde
Written by Charles   
Wednesday, 07 December 2011 09:20

At this year's CTN eXpo in Burbank a couple weeks ago, there was a demonstration of an incredible new software. The kind that automatically makes you ask yourself, where are things going to next?

Sandde is the world's first freehand steroscopic animation system, and it is is it legal to bye viagra from canada amazing. Ever doodle in air to visualize an image? With Sandde, it goes without saying cuz that's how the software is utilized. Take a look at this video and you'll see what I'm talking about. Then head on over to their website to find out more.

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At Walt Disney's Grave on cambridgeacademyaz.com Birthday 110
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Tuesday, 06 December 2011 05:44

And as I've done for the past few years, earlier today I made a pilgrimage to cialis for order the grave of Walt Disney to pay my respects and show love on the occasion of his birthday. This is the place where his mortal remains are interred, along with his wife, his son-in-law and a marker for his daughter whose ashes were scattered. Walt's body was cremated at Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Glendale, California and placed here. He was born in Chicago, Illinois on December 5, 1901, marking 110 years ago today. The light colored flowers in the picture below were placed there by yours truly. Follow this link to see more photos from my visit to Walt Disney's gravesite.

  

 

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