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* (To Orochimaru)“You make me sick!”
* “I am an avenger.”
* (To Naruto) “You are one of the ones I want to fight the most.”
* “Sakura … thank you.”
* (To Naruto) “What do you know about me, with no siblings or parents?! You were alone from the start! What the hell do you know?! Huh?! I suffer because of the bonds I once had! You don’t know what it’s like to lose all that!”
* (To Naruto) “Your life was only spared on a whim, but this time, you will lose your life on a whim.”
* “With my hatred … I’ll turn the illusion into reality!”
* (To Madara) “If you think I’m just some stupid kid ruled by his emotions, then so be it. Saying I should follow in Itachi’s footsteps is nothing but pretty words. It’s nonsense meant for those who don’t know hatred. If anyone wants to deny my way of living, I’ll kill everyone they cared about! Maybe then they’ll feel a little of my hatred.” My quotes.
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Name: Hilary

Nickname(s): Hils

Star sign: Virgo

Gender: Female

Orientation: Asexual

Favourite colour: Purple

Time right now: 10:19am

Average hours of sleep: 6-8 hrs

Lucky number: 5

Last thing I googled: Veteran Cars

Favourite fictional character: Don’t make me choose from all my children

Dream job: Getting paid to watch all my favourite shows and movies and to play all my favourite game. My actual job is pretty decent but I wouldn’t call it a dream job ;)

What I’m currently wearing: Jeans and an Avegers t-shirt
When did you create your blog: I think originally in 2010 but I deleted a couple of years ago and started over. 

What do you post about: Mostly I just reblog stuff from my various fandoms. I really should try for more original content or to use it as an actual blog but who wants to read about me when you could be looking at Oscar Isaac or Sebastian Stan ;)

Do you have any other side blogs: I have a blog for my photography which is woefully neglected because I keep forgetting to post stuff there @hal-photography.
I also run @writerconuk as I am the social media person for the con

Who is your most active follower: Oh, gosh, I don’t know. Maybe @theniftycat
What made you decide to get tumblr: I think some people I worked with were talking about it so I decided to check it out. Took me a while to get the hang of it as I was used to Livejournal

Do you get asks on a daily basis: I wish

Why did you choose your URL: I’m so unoriginal. Hils is my name and I was born in 1979 (yes, I’m old)

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I tag: @amazingwhat @annundriel  @theniftycat @cockismybusiness @darthstitch @gaydamerons @hiddleskittles @jackymedan @ilovewintersoldiersandsebastians @kaciart @notebooksandlaptops @out-there-on-the-maroon @queernerdgasms @ronanskywalker @up-she-rises @velocillama @xlaurenp @yoyo-inspace @zen-sky

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2. Regina Mills- Once Upon a Time
3. Jessica Pearson- Suits
4. Michonne- The Walking Dead
5. Rayna Jaymes- Nashville
6. Rain- Resident Evil
7. Ripley- Alien Quadrilogy
8. Lisbeth Salander- The Millennium Trilogy
9. Ringer- The 5th Wave Trilogy
10. Harley Quinn- Suicide Squad

Special Mentions (up to 5): Clarice Starling (SOTL and Hannibal), Wanda Maximoff (Avegers), Olivia Dunham (Fringe), Brienne of Tarth (GoT), Jessica Fletcher (Murder She Wrote)

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Lego Marvel Avengers dethroned Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 In Top Sales UK Chart

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Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment’s Lego Marvel Avengers has dethroned Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 to take the top spot on the UK chart for the week ending January 30.

According to sales monitor Chart-Track, Lego Marvel Avengers is the eighth Lego game in the series’ history to reach the No.1 position. The last game, Lego Marvel Super Heroes, only managed to reach as far as No.2 in its debut…

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Headset Glyph cria ‘cinema portátil’ com imagem 3D e áudio de qualidade

Headset Glyph cria ‘cinema portátil’ com imagem 3D e áudio de qualidade (via TechTudo): Um headset chamado Glyph pode se tornar a nova sensação entre os dispositivos vestíveis. Com jeito de fone de ouvido, o acessório arrecadou mais de US$ 1,5 milhão (cerca de R$ 6 milhões) no Kickstarter e oferece imagem em 3D e 360º, além do áudio de qualidade, que recria a imersão de uma sala de cinema. Loox VR: ‘Oculus Rift’ brasileiro aceita iPhone, Moto X e Galaxy Com um display sem tela, o headset totalmente portátil cria imagens completas sem desconforto na visualização, até mesmo para quem usa óculos. No entanto, a ideia do gadget não é ser como um Oculus Rift ou Gear VR , mas sim um projetor de conteúdo. Headset oferece conteúdo 3D e 360º como se fosse cinema portátil (Foto: Divulgação/Avegant) A experiência oferecida pelo Glyph é semelhante a de assistir a uma TV de 65 polegadas na sala de casa. O óculos utiliza o LED de baixa energia com microespelhos e projeta as imagens direto na retina do usuário. Download grátis do app do TechTudo : receba dicas e notícias de tecnologia no Android ou iPhone Totalmente plug and play , o acessório funciona com qualquer aparelho com entrada HDMI, como os smartphones mais recentes da Apple , o Sony Xperia Z , o LG G4 e o Galaxy Note 4 . Além disso, tablets, notebooks e consoles também são compatíveis com o gadget. Outra facilidade do aparelho é a possibilidade de assistir qualquer conteúdo com um campo de visão à parte para continuar vendo a pipoca e o refrigerante à sua frente, por exemplo, sem dificuldades. Glyph custa caro, mas promete ótima qualidade (Foto: Divulgação/Avangant) Qual óculos de realidade virtual vale a pena comprar? Comente no Fórum do TechTudo O Glyph mede 19 x 19 x 10,1 cm, pesa 434 gramas e tem resolução 1280x720p, com um suporte a conteúdo 3D para cada olho. A imagem é em 16:9, o campo de visão é de cerca de 40° na diagonal e a frequência é de 20Hz-20kHz. A bateria do headset é de Li-Ion de 2060 mAh, suficiente para até 4 horas de reprodução de vídeos. saiba mais Conheça os óculos de realidade virtual mais esperados para 2016 Óculos View-Master leva realidade virtual ao iPhone Tudo sobre o Oculus Rift: preço, como comprar no Brasil e mais detalhes Com as especificações avançadas, o preço do aparelho pode assustar. O Glyph está disponível no site da fabricante Avegant por US$ 699 (cerca de R$ 2,8 mil). A versão vem com o headset, uma tampa para a lente, quatro peças intercambiáveis para apoio do nariz, bolsa e cabos HDMI e USB. O usuário que preferir pode usá-lo também como headphone na posição padrão. Infelizmente, o acessório só é vendido nos Estados Unidos e na China, mas os usuários interessados podem aproveitar para encomendar em uma viagem ou pedir para um amigo trazer para o Brasil, lembrando-se das possíveis taxas extras. Confira o vídeo abaixo e veja como o headset funciona. Via Avegant , Kickstarter

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Our 3D FPV​ app is now compatible with the Avegant Glyph! Get the app: Android: http://bit.ly/1UUDS55 iOS: http://apple.co/1RvIgsA Learn more about the Glyph: https://avegant.com/

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Bird's-eye view: using Avegant's Glyph headset to pilot a drone

Despite my best efforts over the years I have never managed to master the art of lucid dreaming. My nightly visions come and go as they please. So when a dream arrives and I find myself flying, it’s always an unexpected and terrifying treat. But earlier this week I found myself soaring above the earth, skyscrapers in the distant background, ships gently rocking on the water below. I was wide awake, wearing the Avegant Glyph headset and piloting a DJI Inspire 1 drone.

The Glyph began as something in between the Oculus Rift and Google Glass, a slightly less intimidating piece of headgear that would allow for immersive experiences but not completely shut out the world around you. That makes it the perfect equipment for flying from a…

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Bird's-eye view: using Avegant's Glyph headset to pilot a drone
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Despite my best efforts over the years I have never managed to master the art of lucid dreaming. My nightly visions come and go as they please. So when a dream arrives and I find myself flying, it’s always an unexpected and terrifying treat. But earlier this week I found myself soaring above the earth, skyscrapers in the distant background, ships gently rocking on the water below. I was wide awake, wearing the Avegant Glyph headset and piloting a DJI Inspire 1 drone.

The Glyph began as something in between the Oculus Rift and Google Glass, a slightly less intimidating piece of headgear that would allow for immersive experiences but not completely shut out the world around you. That makes it the perfect equipment for flying from a first-person view (FPV). In FPV you often need to slip back and forth between the onscreen visual and the real world drone. With the Glyph, I just had to drop my chin toward my chest and cast my eyes above the screen to find the drone hovering in the sky.


Drone racing and FPV flying are suddenly trendy

Flying FPV is not new, I did it for the first time a year ago at CES 2015, and hobbyists were pulling it off well before that. I even did it indoors this summer with the Blade QX Nano FPV, a drone that fits snugly in my palm but incredibly still manages to transmit a decent video signal back to a pair of FatShark glasses.

The difference between the Glyph and most of the FPV setups used for drone racing is that they rely on an analog signal, which has less latency than a digital setup. That’s a big deal when you’re trying to fly through hoops and make hairpin turns at 100 miles per hour. The advantage of a digital signal is a higher quality image, and the Glyph delivered a crystal clear live stream with sharp picture and vivid colors. The lag between the moves I made with the controller and the image was a small fraction of a second, enough to bother a high speed racer, perhaps, but nothing that impeded my experience. That higher quality does come at a price. The Glyph costs $699, which is a few hundred dollars more than the typical high-end FPV headset, but of course that is just a side piece to what it really wants to be: a portable, immersive, head-mounted movie theater.

Flying with head tracking is a thrilling experience

When used with the Inspire 1, the Glyph’s head tracking can control the orientation of the camera. I tried this first with another person piloting, acting as the camera operator. It’s ridiculously fun to have someone else take care of the flying and enjoy a full 360 degrees of view from the air. My companion Grant Martin, a product manager at Avegant, says he has gotten into flying a drone over the field for his ultimate frisbee league, leaving it to hover, and simply watching the game from above, allowing the way he follows the game to dictate the camera movement.

You can also pilot the drone and control the camera with head tracking simultaneously, but this gets tricky very fast. It’s easy to lose track of the difference between your aircraft’s orientation and your cameras, although a tap on the trigger button of the DJI remote resets your camera to center. I found it best to keep the camera fixed horizontally, but allow head tracking to pan up and down.

This gadget is great for anyone into FPV flying, but that is a pretty tiny market. So what exactly is the Glyph, and who is going to buy one? First off, it doesn’t have a screen. According to the company’s website “The Glyph recreates natural sight … Avegant’s patented Retinal Imaging Technology uses advanced optics and microscopic mirrors to project images directly to the eyes. It’s more like seeing than watching.”

For a long time we talked about the Glyph as a virtual reality headset, but the company says that’s not the goal. It wants to be known as a “personal theater,” the kind of thing you would bring on a long airplane flight to get lost in a film. The ability to easily peek out and see reality is meant to be a feature, not a bug. It’s hoping that form factor will make it more “socially acceptable” and less “intimidating” to wear in public, according to Martin.

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Our sister site Polygon loved the finished version, and I had a great experience flying with it. When we were done with the drone, Grant and I headed to a local coffeeshop. It was full of light, loud people, crying babies, and Tom Petty on the sound system. But when I slipped on the Glyph, it was possible to forget all that. The headphones do a great job blocking out external noise. The image was great, with no visible pixels. I did struggle a bit to find the perfect focal point, something the company claims would improve after I wore it for a few hours.

2016 will be an interesting year. A number of high-profile VR headsets will hit the market, and we’ll finally get to see just how much consumer demand there is for this new format. In the meantime, however, it seems like a safe bet that there will be a lot of 360-degree video created and a lot of drones sold. The Glyph dovetails nicely into these rapidly growing categories, while making a compelling case as a stand-alone viewer for more traditional media. I’m not going to make a wild prediction about how well it will sell, but if you’re a drone enthusiast interested in flying FPV outside the race track, this is a gadget worth your while.



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