Our readers have bought thousands of Velocifire’s affordable mechanical keyboards, and two of the most popular models are back on sale today. These don’t have name-brand Cherry MX key switches (unsurprising at these prices), but the switches they do have should closely mimic Cherry MX Browns.Read more…
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The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows. In this Star Wars edition, Star Wars Battlefront 2 gets an […]
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Dezeen had another record-breaking year in 2017, increasing unique visitors and visits by 11 per cent and winning a host of awards. Thanks to all our readers! Read more
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You want more cash. Here’s how to use your design skills to get it.
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British studio Design Engine has won an invited competition against Foster + Partners to design the new UK headquarters for Formula One car designers Gordon Murray Design. Read more
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Japanese Poster: The stereotype you have. Yutaka Satoh. 2015
View Full Article Here: Japanese Poster: The stereotype you have. Yutaka Satoh. 2015
Silly yes–but also potentially dangerous.
The algorithms that computers use to determine what objects are–a cat, a dog, or a toaster, for instance–have a vulnerability. This vulnerability is called an adversarial example. It’s an image or object that looks one way to the human eye, but another way to the algorithm.Read Full Story
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While I think it could feel wrong to wipe off my shoes on a rainbow I do love the idea of being greeted by a rainbow doormat when I come home.
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I know you got soul.
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UX may be the star of this year’s Consumer Electronics Show.
Your run-of-the-mill 4K television is a remarkable totem to human progress. The display is made from 8 million separate pixels, each rendered in 1 of 1,024 different colors, each firing 30 times or more a second. These images are coordinated with a tiny brain, a microprocessor that contains as many as 100 million transistors per millimeter.Read Full Story
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