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Ever since the beginning of video gaming, people have been finding ways to unfairly gain the upper hand by employing various tricks. Sometimes these cheaters manage to get away unpunished, but there are situations when they are caught red handed and shamefully exposed in front of the entire gaming community. Without further ado, here are 10 times that hackers, match-fixers, aimbot-users, and even screen-cheaters got caught and were publicly humiliated for their appalling actions. Gameplay 4:54 undercoverdudes https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7cybL6GA3GM Narrator: Davide Arbisi http://www.fraghero.com http://www.facebook.com/fraghero
(Turn on captions [CC] in the lower right corner for more information while viewing.) I made a brick mold that makes bricks 25 x 12.5 x 7.5 cm from wood. A log was split and mortise and tenon joints were carved using a stone chisel and sharp rocks. The mold was lashed together with cane to prevent it from coming apart when used. Next, I made a mixture of mud and palm fiber to make the bricks. This was then placed into the mold to be shaped and taken to a drying area. 140 bricks were made. When dry, the bricks were then assembled into a kiln. 32 roof tiles were then made of mud and fired in the kiln. It only took 3 hours to fire the tiles sufficiently. The mud bricks and tiles were a bit weaker than objects made from my regular clay source because of the silt, sand and gravel content of the soil. Because of this, I will look at refining mud into clay in future projects instead of just using mud. Interestingly, the kiln got hot enough so that iron oxide containing stones began to melt out of the tiles. This is not metallic iron, but only slag (iron oxide and silica) and the temperature was probably not very high, but only enough to slowly melt or soften the stones when heated for 3 hours. The kiln performed as well as the monolithic ones I've built in the past and has a good volume. It can also be taken down and transported to other areas. But the bricks are very brittle and next time I'd use better clay devoid of sand/silt, and use grog instead of temper made of plant fiber which burns out in firing. The mold works satisfactorily. I aim to make better quality bricks for use in furnaces and buildings in future. Wordpress: https://primitivetechnology.wordpress.com Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=2945881 I have no face book page, instagram, twitter etc. Beware of fake pages.
MarI/O is a program made of neural networks and genetic algorithms that kicks butt at Super Mario World. Source Code: http://pastebin.com/ZZmSNaHX "NEAT" Paper: http://nn.cs.utexas.edu/downloads/papers/stanley.ec02.pdf Some relevant Wikipedia links: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neuroevolution https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Evolutionary_algorithm https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Artificial_neural_network BizHawk Emulator: http://tasvideos.org/BizHawk.html SethBling Twitter: http://twitter.com/sethbling SethBling Twitch: http://twitch.tv/sethbling SethBling Facebook: http://facebook.com/sethbling SethBling Website: http://sethbling.com SethBling Shirts: http://sethbling.spreadshirt.com Suggest Ideas: http://reddit.com/r/SethBlingSuggestions Music at the end is Cipher by Kevin MacLeod
Three roommates must survive when the floor... is lava! ZEISS provided CP.3 XD lenses in the making of this video. More information: https://www.zeiss.com/camera-lenses/int/cinematography/products/compact-prime-cp3-lenses.html Directed by Clinton Jones Written by Shawn Lebert & Clinton Jones Story by Shawn Lebert, Clinton Jones, Cliff Lloret, Brett Driver Starring Cliff Lloret, Clinton Jones, Brett Driver, and Casey Edwards Original Music by Casey Edwards Sound by Kevin Senzaki Producer - Ashim Ahuja Exec Producer - Snehal Patel Director of Photography - Jan-Michael Losada 1st Asst. Camera - Ryan Magrish Gaffer - Tyler Hart Production Assistants - Cameron Covell and Brandon Le Additional Story - Matt Arnold and Will Campos Additional VFX Roto - Cameron Covell and Freddie Wong Special thanks to Zeiss for production assistance More awesome videos at RocketJump.com! RJ Store ➤ http://shop.rocketjump.com Follow RocketJump on Twitter ➤ http://bit.ly/RJtweet Follow RJFS on Twitter ➤ https://twitter.com/rjfilmschool Join the discussion ➤ https://discuss.rocketjump.com/ For licensing and usage inquiries please email email@example.com
Robot breaks the record for Piano Tiles on the iPad. Technical details: Overhead iPhone 6+ processes video of the iPad screen at 120 fps. iPhone tracks tile speed and sends timing info via MIDI over USB through the camera connection kit. Teensy 3.2 receives tile data and sends step/direction to stepper drivers, which smash the tiles via conductive foam on brass bars.
In this video, I will show you how to make a house tour video! If you look at the links down below, you will see my social media, the link to the game I was playing, and the button to subscribe to my channel. If you want more of these gameplays or if you guys want to make this game a series, let me know down in the comment section, I’d REALLY appreciate it!
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