an altogether higher class of gibbonindex
Old hardware, new techniques. Or something. It's almost as if I choose the theme after throwing some random links together.
Bonus Teletext Design Corner:
- edit-tf - fully authentic Teletext frame editor. Fill your nostalgic recreations / low-fi pixel art / anachronistic somethings with visual verisimilitude!
- Enhanced Teletext specification - describes a futuristic upgraded Teletext, but also explains how those elusive held graphics work in older Teletext versions. I still can't get my head around them.
- Horsenburger's Textworks - hipsters get excited about '8-bit' pixel art which looks nothing like actual 8-bit hardware capabilities. True artists do it with Teletext. Also, completely insane.
It's 2017? Crikey. Have some more non-photos on Destinations:
I might point a camera at bits of Seattle eventually. As soon as I find myself a castle.
Bonus Not Scanned By Me But Awesome corner:
- Fark Mechanical Workshop in Staufen - Fark’sche Werkstatt in Staufen - gorgeous capture of an historic workshop thingy somewhere in Germany.
- Botany Bay, Antarctica - chunk of Antarctic coastline shot from a drone. Bit fuzzy, but gloriously desolate.
- القلعة The Umayyad Palace - one of several ancient buildings in Jordan captured by mkhamra. Splendid stuff.
- South Corsica - beach and campsite for lazing around in while you pretend it's not bloody freezing outside in Seattle.
There's loads more stuff on the Workshop to go exploring - this brief list was by no means exhaustive. Also, this was a covert Sunday Things. IT BEGINS!
More work on that increasingly world-spanning Destinations - a couple more non-photos for you to explore. The full-3D versions are included with recent Destinations updates, while those of you lacking the necessary virtual reality goggles can feast your unfortunate virtuality-deprived eyes on these 2D screenshots of 3D scenes:
If you still haven't already discovered the magical secret 3D capture device hidden inside your existing digital SLR, more documentation is available - this time on Advanced Indoors Photogrammetry. Exciting.
And if you don't have a dSLR? YOU'RE WEIRD. Although decent mirrorless efforts are also acceptable. Just.
Edit 2016-10-30: now with another bonus random YouTube video recording!