I'm an artist. I've been working for startups in Latam for the past 5y as a software engineer. I love to learn. (Currently experiencing a mild existential crisis.)
cool interactive synth learning resource by ableton
"Explore Fushimi Inari" is an explorable environment, a painstakingly well-executed recreation of a real shrine in Japan. The 3D work here is professional quality; I'm not sure what combination of photogrammetry (if any) and conventional modeling and texturing went into it but it's very impressive as a small project by one person.
Finally there's Ritual of the Moon, a game played in 5 minute sessions over 28 real world days, a la Michael Brough's VESPER.5. I usually keep my desktop clean but I made an icon for this so I'd remember each morning - a ritual, like making tea.
Each day you get some scrap of text that illuminates your predicament - a witch exiled to the moon, possibly by an ex - and lets you make a choice. I'm four days in and eager to see how it develops.
We're particularly having an issue sharing the narrative of our data: how x and y interrelate, why x is named like that, why y might be named like that just in z context...
And kinda versioning it: two months ago this field could be x, y or z, but we had a bug that introduced a null for certain y occurrence, this incident is contained in the range <date>:<date>.
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