the-inbetween yearly archives for: 2016

Wordseye TV Show Title Cards

Wordseye is one of those services that has some practical applications but only seems to get used for comedic result. It’s a service in which you can input real language descriptions of a scene and have it rendered out for you. It’s immediate use is for really weird looking scenes that are basically jokes but then you use it and think that the underlining tech can be really useful for quick 3D prototyping for all sorts of things. In other…

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Musical Malinchismo

Partly due to frugality and partly due to a fascination with curation the majority of my music consumption these days isn’t via singles or albums but, rather, through mixes for various publications and radio stations. Of those I prefer the mixes that exhibit broader worldly tastes beyond the narrow confines of London, Berlin, or some other electronic music nexus. It’s why Radar Radio’s BBC AZN Network was probably my favourite program of 2015. But even amongst that variety those mixes…

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