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The majority of 3D software out today, from Disney’s modeling tools (Maya) to any popular game engine (Unreal/Unity/Crysis) or engineering CAD (SolidWorks, AutoCAD) use programming libraries that define low-level tasks to simplify and hasten the development workflow. Almost all 3D software can be expected to do low-level tasks such as draw a 3D model in 2S space, texture an oblique...
Some don't believe me when I tell them that I have had the pleasure of enjoying a meal of chicken and waffles, topped with a fried egg, and experiencing the fluffy flavor punch that came with a stuffed French crepe along with tasting the intoxicating bliss that Korean Brisket fries offers the strong punch of traditional German sausage, all...
I completely forgot God of War 4 was coming out this year. It came out on 4/20, the coolest time to release anything, and I'm a little disappointed in myself that I forgot. When this game was revealed back at E3 2016, people were excited. With God of War 3 coming out in 2010, everyone was excited to see...
The infamous and rapidly growing mobile game show, HQ, has taken the world by storm. Millions of people storm the app for a chance to win $5,000. How it Works When joining the game, the host will talk for about two minutes, allowing other people to participate. The game usually has around one million players per night. The app asks you...
Cormac McCarthy’s No Country For Old Men is not only my favorite book but also a book I think everyone should read. Although it may not immediately appeal to the majority of readers, as the western genre has become increasingly niche and the story overall has a dark tone, the themes and characters have a profound impact on the...
There is nothing better than a new game.  For this article I decided to do something a bit different. I think everyone knows what it’s like to get hyped for a new game in his favorite franchises, and because there's a really good lineup for 2018 from almost every developer, I thought I'd share what I'm excited for and...
Pacific Rim Uprising, the second installment in the franchise, opened this weekend to moderate success. It ended Black Panter's six-week reign of the weekend box office, bringing in $28 million domestically opposed to Black Panther's $17 million. I saw Pacific Rim Uprising since I enjoyed the original and it was a chance to hang out with my friends on a Friday night. I...
So... what does the land of the rising sun have to offer besides anime and California rolls? Well, Japanese people, like myself, pride themselves on the huge variety of good food that the country has to offer, besides sushi. This article, will primarily showcase some of the best "non-sushi" meals that the Japanese culture has to offer, things that...

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