new Jenkins UX. looks great
good history on the crapfest that is DST
Anecdotal evidence has suggested simulator sickness is less intense when games contain fixed visual reference objects – such as a racecar’s dashboard or an airplane’s cockpit – located within the user’s field of view. “But you can’t have a cockpit in every VR simulation,” Whittinghill said. His research team was studying the problem when undergraduate student Bradley Ziegler suggested inserting the image of a virtual human nose in the center of the video display. “It was a stroke of genius,” said Whittinghill, who teaches video game design. “You are constantly seeing your own nose. You tune it out, but it’s still there, perhaps giving you a frame of reference to help ground you.” The researchers have discovered that the virtual nose, or “nasum virtualis,” reduces simulator sickness when inserted into popular games.
Interesting new collections lib for Java 6+; generates Map-like and Set-like collections at runtime based on the contract annotations you desire. Fat (20MB) library-based implementation also available
ugh, so dodgy
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