I’m playing dota 2 like 500 hours already, i love it so much… it’s really difficult but winning is very satisfying :) i’m elbartodaniele on steam, search for me
Horse… that is all
Jean Kirschtein: life prior to recon corps
I can’t breathe
I need one of those masks so bad ugh.
Excuse you the last one is a unicorn
xD oh my god
I love my simple home. But i hate my phone now: it’s getting slower and slower: even fstrim doesn’t seems to work anymore, and my battery dies so fast!
Yes, now i go to university, it’s two weeks now. I love the atmosphere and the new respect of me, i feel indipendent and cool now!
Physical Education (gym/P.E):
Students at the school:
After looking at this I realised that over half of the student population would be female
I am a history teacher. I like this post.
We don’t have a music teacher. This must be rectified…
Kinetic art piece by Benjamin Muzzin creates 3D light sculptures using a flat screen monitor spinning at high speeds - video embedded below:
With this project I wanted to explore the notion of the third dimension, with the desire to try to get out of the usual frame of a flat screen. For this, my work mainly consisted in exploring and experimenting a different device for displaying images, trying to give animations volume in space. The resulting machine works with the rotation of two screens placed back to back, creating a three-dimensional animated sequence that can be seen at 360 degrees. Due to the persistence of vision, the shapes that appear on the screen turn into kinetic light sculptures.
xD i love this song
Hiroshi Yamauchi, the Japanese businessman credited with transforming Nintendo into a world-leading video games company, has died aged 85.
Mr Yamauchi ran the company from 1949 until 2002.
"Hiroshi Yamauchi transformed a run-of the-mill trading card company into an entertainment empire in video games," said Ian Livingstone, co-founder of Games Workshop and former chairman of publisher Eidos.
"He understood the social value of play, and economic potential of electronic gaming. Most importantly he steered Nintendo on its own course and was unconcerned by the actions of his competitors. He was a true visionary."
(via BBC News)
Art: Goodbye Yamauchi by mdk7
A minute of silence.