Frame rates are boring tech jargon, we know. But YouTube has just made a major upgrade that will affect content creators everywhere.
This is a video of Mario Kart playing on the Wii U. I know, you might not play video games. That’s not the point. Watch it anyway, using YouTube’s 1080P60 setting, starting about ten seconds in. Oh, and make sure you’re using the Chrome web browser.
Is that every Apple product ever? I mean…probably? Possibly? Sure.
Everyone always wants the very best and newest Apple product [poster]. So if you have an old Apple product [poster], you may want to replace it immediately with this new Apple product [poster]. Because the last thing you want is for your boss to walk into your office, his latest Apple product [poster] in-hand, see your old Apple product [poster], and be all like, “I think it’s time we have a talk about whether or not you belong here.”*
The Line Hotel is playing host to attendees at the first-ever Hello Kitty Con, complete some new interior digs for the occasion.
Downtown L.A. is currently playing host to the first-ever Hello Kitty convention, the beloved Sanrio character who is definitely not a cat. In honor of the occasion, Hello Kitty Con’s official hotel partner, the Line Hotel, has decked out some of its rooms in full Hello Kitty regalia from interior designer Sean Knibb.
A new show at the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute examines the fashion etiquette of Victorian- and Edwardian-era grief.
After Oscar de la Renta’s death last week, his legion fans among New York society paid tribute to the designer by donning his brightly hued gowns for parties and charity galas. It was a freeform response that felt both spontaneous and appropriate.
It’s not too late! Just follow these simple tips, from designer Ken Tanabe, and you’ll be hacking Halloween like a pro.
It’s Halloween. All the good costumes are sold out. You might think it’s too late to make yourself a great Halloween costume from scratch, but think again. Multidisciplinary designer, educator, and holiday hacker Ken Tanabe has been designing wonderfully inexpensive Halloween costumes for himself using six simple rules. Here, he a few guidelines for whipping up a creative costume in no time.
The creators of three of the freakiest, most futuristic computer interfaces we’ve ever seen weigh in on the HP Sprout.
This week, HP announced the Sprout, its bold attempt to reinvent what it means to work on the PC. Forget a mouse and keyboard. You control the Sprout by sliding your hands across an illuminated touchpad, on top of which various interface elements have been projected. This touchpad uses Kinect-like sensory technology to see what your hands are doing, allowing you to use the Sprout’s touchpad like a keyboard, touchscreen, or even as a Leap Motion-style 3D interface.