At least, that seems to be the view held by Japan’s (where else?) Liberal Democratic party. Their ploy to regain leadership after losing it to the current leaders the Democratic Party of Japan is to seriously consider building bi-pedal mecha. They’re due to discuss the idea in an upcoming broadcast on Japanese video platform Nico Nico – I shall be watching YouTube awaiting the translation!
Monthly Archives: June 2012
I have just found out that there will be a Dance Central 3. I do apologise if this is old news as I am not very up to date with game releases at the moment. As a massive fan of the Dance Central games this is very exciting for me.
With Dance Central and Dance Central 2 the majority of dances featured were for songs that had been very popular around that time. But Dance Central 3 seems to be focusing on learning popular moves from the 70s and through the decades to now with songs from Gloria Gaynor’s “I Will Survive” and Usher’s “Scream”.
There is also the new Crew Throwdown mode which allows two teams of four to go head to head in dance battles. There will also be other new mini games and new characters.
Miss Aubrey will be making a return along with Emilia but was hoping that Oblio would be back, I’m still not over the fact that he’s not in Dance Central 2.
I’m so excited!
This video has made my day.
It’s uncanny how well the moves match up with the music. And this new song is far less irritating than the original!
Made by a chap named TheBaglee on YouTube, and pointed out to me by Martin.
As the title so…. bluntly puts it, this is NICT’s Daedalus system, which monitors networks at organisations for cyber attacks, be they viruses, malware, or whatever other nasty tricks the hackers come up with. This in itself is pretty damned cool, but then you see the 3D interface they’ve given it, and it wouldn’t look out of place on Home One or S.H.I.E.L.D’s Helicarrier!
And here we have a very nice chap explaining a little bit more about the system and how it works.
Having something like this would make monitoring the network at work so much more interesting! Plus, when people came to pester me in my office and saw that monster running on a massive flat-screen TV, they’d be suitably in awe of me.
Check out EnGadget.com for the original story.