Cycling, boxing and running studios, as well as some full-service gyms, are using sophisticated lighting systems to heighten the exercise experience.
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If Star Wars: The Last Jedi were a retro video game, we imagine it'd look a lot like this.
Indonesian illustrator Wahyu Ichwandardi made it his mission to remake the upcoming Star Wars trailer using only an Apple llc from 1984.
Ichwandardi, who is based in New York, painstakingly drew his tribute on a KoalaPad from the '80s, using a 1984 bitmap paint program, Dazzle Draw.
In the '80s, the setup was deemed the "most complete computer graphics system," but it's clear from his process how far we've come.
For instance, in order to draw in layers for the animation, the illustrator had to draw each layer by hand, using plastic sheets held over the monitor, to trace each frame from the trailer, for reference. Read more...More about Apple, Star Wars, Indonesia, Movie Trailer, and Graphics
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Uber and Lyft are finally moving to the rest of New York.
The two ride-hailing competitors, long operating in New York City, are now allowed to operate in the entire state. Legislation signed by Gov. Andrew Cuomo went into effect June 29, bringing Uber and Lyft to upstate New York, Long Island, Westchester, and pretty much the rest of the state.
Ride-hailing drivers have worked in other parts of the state before, but local legislation banned the services from some areas, including much of Long Island. The new law allows ride-hailing throughout the state—with specific regulations surrounding background checks and other concerns—but permits local governments to opt out if they wish. Westchester came close, but ultimately went ahead with the services. Read more...More about Uber, New York, New York State, Ride Sharing, and Lyft
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