Star Citizen’s first-person view isn’t like other games, where you’re essentially in control of a floating camera. That approach is tried and true, but not wholly realistic. In the preposterously ambitious space game, your view and your body are one-in-the-same, just like in a real human body. Problem: turns out, human bodies have a lot going on. Read more...
Angry Birds in Space! Join us for a very special issue of Angry Birds Comics as the birds go into space for one stellar story event! The post Angry Birds Comics #9 appeared first on CBR.com.
Stepping outside a battered space pod, I drink in the forest's sights and sounds. A shallow river meanders to my left. Some birds chirp overhead. It's a tropical paradise. Or it would be, were it not for the legions of dinosaurs roaming around. Show More Summary
NASA astronaut Jeff Williams spent 534 days in space, setting a new record for the space agency. While there, Williams snapped pictures of earth from his own 'bird's eye view'. And the photos are out of this world! SEE ALSO: SignalsShow More Summary
It looks like a Star Trek Bird of Prey, and acts like a drone that terrorists cannot escape: A new military aircraft that’s powered by the sun and can conduct missions without landing for 45 days. Airbus Defence and Space calls the new drone the High Altitude Pseudo Satellite (HAPS), but it’s been dubbed the Zephyr. Show More Summary
The Japanese style grill and tapas restaurant should premier January 2017. The post Former Iberian Pig Chef To Open Whiskey Bird In Timone's Pizza Space appeared first on What Now Atlanta.
Alien enthusiasts concoct a novel conspiracy theory that space alien lasers struck the ill-fated Space X rocket right before takeoff and point to a video that seems to show a bird flying past right before the explosion.
(Image credit: Selena Kirchhoff) If anyone has any insight into sharing a small space with another person (and pets), it's got to be Julie and Andrew, who have been (successfully) living together in a Blue Bird school bus for a year....Show More Summary
The sun is shining, the birds are chirping and the kids are…playing video games. Trying to usher your kids outside... The post Five Ways to Design an Outdoor Space for Your Kids appeared first on Lifehack.
There are always gads of outer space and cosmic comparisons when it comes to writing about experimental music. Often, it’s a semi-lazy prop to get the job done. (I’m guilty of it). Sometimes, though, the analogy is quite apt. So, when it came to this new Baby Birds Don’t Drink Milk’s, I was not prepared to fall into this trap once more. Show More Summary
One of the more distinctive chapters in the history of jazz music was the so-called “loft scene” of the ’70s in New York City, wherein avant-garde musicians would gather for concerts in the city’s many loft spaces. Four decades hence,...Show More Summary
CANAVERAL NATIONAL SEASHORE, Fla. — This secluded beach on a barrier island off the Atlantic coast is a sunbathers’ paradise of nesting sea turtles and wading shore birds in the shadow of the Kennedy Space Center. But for rangers, visitor guides and many of the 50 employees here, working at this national park is anything but paradise. Multiple […]
Fortes Vilaça presents Pássaro que me engoliu [Bird That Swallowed Me], Janaina Tschäpe?s sixth exhibition in São Paulo, which will simultaneously occupy the exhibition spaces of the Galeria and the Galpão. The German-Brazilian artist,...Show More Summary
Having any outdoor space in a New York City apartment is the definition of living the dream, but having a bird of prey hang out and not eat your dinner (or your dog)? It's time to buy a lottery ticket! [ more › ]
Tomorrow morning, Tim Kopra, Tim Peake and Yuri Malenchenko are coming home from the International Space Station. But if you live in the United States or Europe, you're going to have to get up pretty early—or stay up late—to see it happen.
Young folk musician Billie Marten is slowly but surely carving out a space for herself in an already-crowded field. Her string of singles over the last year — “Heavy Weather,” “Bird,” and, most recently, “Milk & Honey” — point at a tenderness and complexity far befitting her age, and Marten’s latest, the dusty and sentimental […]
Photograph by John Hafner Last time I said you could do all North American wingshooting with one shotgun, a light 12-gauge gas gun. Sorry to be no fun, but it’s true. However, this space is not about need, therefore, here are the five...Show More Summary
Look! Up in the sky! It’s a bird that can breathe in space! It’s a plane that can fly in space! No! It’s… the Space Ghost Glow-in-the-Dark 1:12 Collective Action Figure. You probably thought the Space Ghost Pop! Vinyl Figure was the only way to scratch your Hanna Barbera itch but you’d be wrong because […]
He sure didn’t act like a genius. He didn’t take up much space in a room, didn’t want to be the center of attention. What he loved were fish and flyfishing, birds and chasing upland game. And drawing. He loved to draw, would have “doodled” (his word) whether he got paid for it or not. Show More Summary
May the Fourth is quickly arriving and I’m looking forward to seeing all you DC-Area people out in Clarendon to celebrate! I’ve got the space reserved starting at 5pm if you want to be an early bird, but given jobs and DC traffic, probably expect most people to be out there around 6pm. Show More Summary