Entries for Tag: 'software'
I am sure this is written in flex; It is a very compelling layered photo editor. Lots of brushes, lots of options. And it seems pretty snappy considering what it all it does. Its not going to replace photoshop for any serious users, but for the casual user, yeah, I think it would.
Brought to you from the ministry of the obvious, Wired does a piece telling you what you already know. Sci-Fi has a healthy dose of the "Fi". I watched the movie for the first time last night and was really impressed. It seemed remarkably well done. If you haven't seen it, skip the Wired article till you do, but its worth your couple of hours.
On a side note, the software and tech (not related to the suit directly except for that awesome HUD) featured a very prominent role in the film as well. Some scenes heavy on the "minority report" type effects, but all well done. If anyone knows of any discussions about the software around the internets please let me know.
Using software to show proportions of countries based on things other than land size. I have seen this somewhere else before but still quite interesting. If anyone has any other links related to this please let me know. The housing prices map is particularly interesting in today's economy.