Markus Altendorff <maa### [at] panoramasde> wrote:
> Stephen wrote:
> Ouch. Hey, you realize that by entering values for every frame by hand
> you're now in the same league as the creators of "Tron"? :)
that kept throwing the smoothness of the motion out.
> > I could have told you but then I would have had to transmogrify you :-)
> "Calvin & Hobbes" reference? :)
Oh! I thought that it had passed into common usage. Yes a "Calvin & Hobbes"
> Been watching it on my side-notebook at work, and that doesn't do
> "subtle" ;) will have to check again at home.
find the correct material settings.
> The "decanting" is just mentioned, not described in detail, i think, as
> the process when the New World (clone?) children are "born", i.e.
> removed from their nurturing containers. Isn't Huxley's Lenina character
> working in such a factory, or something? Reading it has been a while...
> Usually i'm more into TPratchett, Asimov, Lem, if i'm not wasting time
> on the intertubes ;)
> I've just finished the brothers Strugatzki's "Roadside picnic"
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roadside_Picnic - interesting idea for a book.
You remember Brave New World better than I do but I think that you are
right, I do remember something about a factory being mentioned.
Here and now!
Here and now!
"Roadside picnic" again it was years ago but the Wikipedia article refreshed
my memory. An excellent idea, unfortunately I found that style of writing
too literary for my poor dyslectic brain.
> > I always look forward to seeing yours
> Me too :)
>i'm even more looking forward to the comments... it's been cut
> to quite a fast pace, which might be too much for working with
> subtitles. If only i had some decent voice actors :)
That is a problem but it is one I ignore by making silent moving pictures
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