Discussion in 'Reality Check' started by Scott, Oct 1, 2015.
Holy shit! Did the boat sink? Are these people dead?
If so someone must have just found a camera
I think I'm gonna re-watch that series this winter
I'm just finishing up re watching Seinfeld. Curb is next
Today summed up
Well my wife is up on the sunroom stripping away old caulking and redoing it, so on top of my man card being revoked (I don't do heights), I am sick as hell today.
i dont see a road. i only see a nope
That man has a beautiful piece of land.
Yeah it looks like an amazing place to live.
Star vs black hole
is that Universe Sandbox 2 on steam? kind looks like it
you might like this game
Create & destroy on an unimaginable scale... with a space simulator that merges real-time gravity, climate, collision, and material interactions to reveal the beauty of our universe and the fragility of our planet.
I own the first one and it was pretty boring. Might check out 2.
Check Out This Awesome Aerial 360º Image Of The Department Of Defense's Boneyard
Filed to: AERIAL SPHERE10/25/15 3:50pm
Aerial Sphere, a company that uses 360 degree photography in an aerial format, took this awesome image high over Davis Monthan Air Force Base and its sprawling boneyard ran by the 309th Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Group (AMARG). You can spin the image in every direction and zoom in wherever you like, it’s pretty awesome.
Check out AerialSphere here, as they already have the majority of Phoenix mapped with 360º images like these and they seem to be expanding. 360 photography and video has become increasingly popular in the aviation community, providing virtual tours of cockpitsand even virtual ride-alongs in fighter aircraft. Once Virtual Reality headsets become just another fixture in most people’s homes, this technology should really, well, takeoff.
So awesome. Bye bye productivity...
Seen heading to the MacDonald Bridge....
Peter Stoffer's office
I missed a call from Peter Stoffer recently
Gif's of Phenakistoskope's that predate Gif's by 150 years.
How many cans of fix a flat will this require?
And in a Porsche none the less. There's no way they're getting out of that for less than $2,500.