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How Animorph Covers Were Made

How Animorph Covers Were Made

Animorphs’ book covers are more famous than the actual stories. Lazy Game Reviews got his hands on the software that artist David Mattingly used for his covers. But due to the software’s limitations, he painted about half of each cover to make them look, uh, better.

Jam with Chrome

Jam with Chrome

You don’t have to be a pro to enjoy enjoy playing with Google Chrome’s latest experiment. It lets you select from 19 instruments to jam with up to three friends in real time using your Chrome browser.

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ShoeSense

ShoeSense

Using a depth camera mounted on a shoe, Giles Bailly offers new perspectives on gesture-controlled applications and wearable technology. Minority Report style interfaces, here we come.

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