Anamorphic lenses are not soft focused. Star Wars is not a movie with shallow focus at all. Basically every single shot in Star Wars has deep focus. Using shallow focus extensively is a more modern technique which allows everybody to be lazy because they don't have to worry about anything other...
Very cool tech. I haven't seen the show, but in the video nearly all of the shots were quite shallow focused, which probably helps them out a lot. That way, the background graphics really don't even have to be very good for it to look believable, since they'll be way out of focus anyway.
Just wait until all cars are like this. It should come as no surprise that governments are pressing high tech electric cars across the globe. Once the car is synced with your government social credit profile the possibilities are endless. Gps tracking, facial recognition of driver and...
The article says the launch failures cost $700 million but the company settled for $46 million. The IRS will audit the shit out of you over comparably trivial amounts, but this company that is demonstrably and admittedly guilty is let off for 15 cents on the dollar.
Ditch cable because it's too expensive.
Go to streaming services and find that the a la carte pricing adds up to more than you paid for cable.
Also, you still have your internet bill which is cheaper when bundled with cable.
And there's still nothing to watch!
In the first one, to get one of the pearls, you had to go online to a website. Of course the website has been gone for many years. So when they shut down the servers after 1-2 years, will the game be unplayable?
They should strip all the assets from the company. Take all the hardware and electronics, search them for any evidence, then send them to e-waste. Can't risk auctioning them off cuz some other fucker would buy them for the same plan.
Next, they take the owner(s) and throw them in prison...
I think it looks good except for the rear. If they just shortened the back end and copied the rear end of most modern hatchbacks, it would look pretty cool. Less storage space though. The prototype is also missing mirrors... I guess because nobody seems to use them in Russia anyway.
Intel's dream gpu tech being developed by Nvidia instead? At this point, I'm really not at all surprised.
I'm a fan of basically all HL2 mods and custom campaigns. There's no gameplay presented in the video so it's too early to judge. Also, there is no price listed on the steam store. It's possible it will be released for free.
Did anybody notice the 60gb install?