the mashup you didnt need.
It took me two days to find this again and I’m never letting go
ohmy god. its the smash mouth fugue i’ve been looking for it for so long GOD DAMNIT IT’S HERE AND IT’S BEAUTIFUL
I HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOR THIS FOR MONTHS
Brings me back to the good old YL days haha
From a magical adventure in Alaska this past winter, I made a time lapse film to capture the wonder of the Aurora Borealis. I cannot wait to go back for more.
So dang pretty!!!
Via Mandy Sloan
Velma is having none of your vampire shit today
Via Radiating Elegance and Quality
Cyber Heist an innovative, award winning co-operative stealth/hacking game that allows a hacker and a thief to work together to erase all student debts from the corrupt United States Department of Education of 2114.
The asymetric gameplay of Cyber Heist superb, with both players having completely different experiences but working together to achieve the same goals. One player plays as a hacker, viewed from a 2D top-down view, rerouting power to unlock doors, revealing sensitive information, and providing intel. The second player takes on the role of the theif, viewed from a 3D first person perspective and uses stealth, skill and intel from the hacker to avoid drone detection, recover passwords, and dupe the security detection system.
Cyber Heist is a game where co-operation really matters, more so than almost any other co-op game. A successful team is dependant on good communication and players working in unison. It’s an excellent experience and a worthy winner of 2014’s IGF Student Showcase award.
Via Alpha Beta Gamer
A water droplet can rebound completely without spreading from a superhydrophobic surface. The photo above is a long exposure image showing the trajectory of such a droplet as it bounces. In the initial bounces, the droplet leaves the surface fully, following a parabolic path with each rebound. The droplet’s kinetic energy is sapped with each rebound by surface deformation and vibration, making each bounce smaller than the last. Viscosity damps the drop’s vibrations, and the droplet eventually comes to rest after twenty or so rebounds. (Image credit: D. Richard and D. Quere)