Marble Marcher – A Fractal Physics Game

Yeah, 3D fractals are awesome. But then, why do you rarely see procedural rendering used in games? I mean, raymarching unlimited objects in real-time seems really useful, right? Well, the problem is: Sure there’s efficient ways to draw these objects, but how do you actually interact with them? Well, I’m gonna show you Marble Marcher. It’s a proof of concept to show that fractals aren’t just fun to look, but real games can be built with them using a fractal

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The Toy Master is in our House!

(pen scratching) – [Child] Tic Tac Toy. (paw scratching) (dog barks) – Why does Sandy keep going in your closet and barking? – I have no idea. She’s been doing that all week long, and it’s super annoying. – I bet. (dog barks) – She’ll even go in there and start barking in the middle of the night. – Knock it off Sandy. – Hey girls, I just spoke with my boss at the CTIA and we had a major

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CGRundertow POKEMON TRADING CARD GAME ONLINE for PC Video Game Review

Man. Judging from the reaction to my Huge-Freaking-Shaymin Award-winning coverage of the Game Boy Color version of the Pokémon Trading Card game, you folks were kinda hungry for a proper follow-up. Well, here’s… this thing. It’s an online client for the Pokémon TCG that actually runs on cards obtained in real-life booster packs. Me, would you demonstrate by opening a pack? Thank you. Oooh, Dragons Exalted. Nice. Anyway, included in each pack since the dawn of the Black and White

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The 48 Laws of Power (Animated)

Law #1: Never Outshine the Master Nicolas Fouquet made the mistake of appearing larger than his King, Louis XIV, and spent his remaining days incarcerated. Avoid victories over superiors. It will cost you more than it is worth. Law #2: Never Put too Much Trust in Friends, Learn How to Use Enemies Michael III of the Byzantine Empire was saved from death by Basilius, who Michael in turn favored with gifts and prestige. Basilius, lusting for more power, murdered Michael

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Making Food out of Play-Doh! Learn How To Make Diy Edible Candy vs Real Squishy Food Challenge

DONUTS Collins: (screams) – Oh my gosh! – It’s Play-Doh, bro! You’re telling us to turn real food into Play-Doh food so right now, let’s go. I gotta wash my mouth out, my gosh! This round we are going to be making a hamburger, no! Let’s start with the lettuce. – The what? Oh the lettuce. – Called a wham bam. This is how you make some good quality organic free range lettuce. – Where’d you get this bowl? –

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Professional Dancers Try The Fortnite Dance Challenge • Professionals Play

(Russian dance music) (Techno dance music) – So I’ve been a dancer all my life. I’ve toured with Becky G, I’ve toured with Yo Gabba Gabba, I was Brobee. – I’ve danced videos, live performances, awards shows, Beyonce, Kelly Rowland, Bieber. – I think it’s gonna be easy. I’m a dancer, I should be able to pick it up. – Jesus, take the wheel. Electro Shuffle. It’s like, Chicago and what is that thing called? I didn’t go to the

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Movie Bloopers That Will Have You Cracking Up For Years

There’s something undeniably entertaining about watching actors mess up a scene by flubbing a line, breaking character, or even walking into a wall. These classic movie bloopers are just as entertaining as the films they came from — in fact, in some cases, they’re even better — and they’ve kept us cracking up for years. Smokey and the Bandit 2 More than 35 years after the release of Smokey and the Bandit 2, many comedies still run a blooper reel

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Michio Kaku: The Universe in a Nutshell (Full Presentation)

My name is Professor Michio Kaku.  I’m a professor of theoretical physics at the City University of New York and I specialize in something called string theory.  I’m a physicist. Some people ask me the question, “What has physics done for me lately?  I mean, do I get better color television, do I get better internet reception with physics?”  And the answer is yes.  You see, physics is at the very foundation of matter and energy.  We physicists invented the

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