hd production

Biohazard / Resident Evil (Remake / HD Remaster)
Publisher: Capcom (JP/NA/EU GCN/Wii, Windows), Nintendo of Australia (AUS GCN), THQ (AUS Wii)
Developer: Capcom Production Studio 4
Platform: GameCube, Wii, Windows, Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4
Year: 2002 (GCN), 2008 (JP Wii), 2009 (NA/EU/AUS Wii), 2014 (JP PS3/360), 2015 (NA/EU/AUS PS3/PS4/360/Xbox One/Windows)


Those are some of my favorite full coverage foundations

+ Makeup Forever HD full coverage foundation - 42$

+ Tarte amazonian clay full coverage foundation (SPF 15) - 38$

+ Laura Mercier silk crème foundation - 47$

+ Kat Von D lock-it tattoo foundation - 34$

Biohazard 0 / Resident Evil 0 (HD Remaster)
Publisher: Capcom
Developer: Capcom Production Studio 3
Platform: GameCube, Wii, Windows, Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4
Year: 2002 (JP/NA GCN), 2003 (EU/AUS GCN), 2008 (JP Wii), 2009 (NA Wii), 2010 (EU/AUS Wii), 2016 (Windows, 360, Xbox One, PS3, PS4)

anonymous asked:

I've recently had to go through the horrifying task of pirating NFS U2, since it isn't sold anymore. wading through keygens that contain malware, I finally found one that worked. I could have, and preferred, to pay 5 - 10 bucks to just buy it on origin, download and run it, since it works perfectly fine, if you don't mind the resolution options. So why isn't this an option? am I missing some major hurdle to overcome before raking in basically free cash?

When a popular (but old) game doesn’t get a re-release, it’s usually one of two possible options here. 

Option 1: The numbers aren’t financially feasible

Somebody probably crunched the numbers and decided that there wouldn’t be enough sales to justify getting a small team of engineers and artists to go and update the game to run on current hardware. Remember, NFSU2 came out in 2004 and was targeted at PS2, Xbox, Gamecube, and Windows 98/XP. A lot has changed since then, and updating the software to run on 64 bit architecture via Origin is a nontrivial task. 

Option 2: The old archived data are lost

This is a far more likely scenario. NFSU2 was developed by EA Black Box, which had a large round of layoffs (as well as studio consolidation) in 2008, and was eventually closed in 2013. Most of the old devs have scattered to the winds, meaning almost nobody available knows how the game was constructed. Furthermore, there’s no guarantee that the old data archives were actually kept in any good or working order. Sad and scary as it might seem, there’s a lot of old games that are essentially lost to history because we no longer have the original code or assets available due to archival failure. I remember my studio was once looking into doing a remaster of a much-beloved game from their own past, but that project was cancelled because the archived data had been corrupted. Other devs I’ve spoken to about the matter told me that several times, they had to reverse-engineer the assets from the retail copy of the old game because those assets were unavailable due to corrupted archives. 

Sadly, this is a lot more commonplace occurrence than you might think. Hard drives fail. Contracts expire. Old storage gets lost or corrupted. People who know how to do things end up leaving the company. Publishers pay much closer attention to the projects that are currently in development than they focus on maintaining their archives, especially when the archives are only worth a fraction of the revenue of a new product. The sad fact of the matter is… we’ve lost a lot of gaming history this way, even if nobody will ever admit it.


NEW! Fly6 HD Bike Camera

We have seen a lot of safety gear for cyclists pop out of the woodwork and you really have no reason not to get yourself one because it just might end up saving your life. A pretty interesting one is the Fly6 HD Bike Camera, a device which serves a similar purpose to that of a car dash cam and has a very bright taillight used to increase your visibility.


Blackmagic URSA 4K Digital Cinema Camera

And now that one special, prestigious piece of gear has finally arrived to round off the years of camera development and take you to the vertiginous peaks of unbelievable footage quality and extreme equipment versatility: the recently released Blackmagic URSA 4K Digital Cinema Camera is the ultimate camera for professional film crews and keen solo cameramen looking to revolutionize their filming sessions.

Today was our first day of makeup lab. We only did really basic beauty makeup on our partner, but we got an awesome makeup kit that we get to keep. ANDDDD, next lab, we’re going to do bald caps/wigs/facial hair! ANDDDD, the lab after that is going to be any character of our choosing!

This month is going great! My other class, HD Production, couldn’t be more awesome, either. Five million dollar studio that I get to play with? Heck yeah!


New imagery from NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope is revealing details never before seen on Jupiter! High-resolution maps and spinning globes (rendered in 4k Ultra HD) are the first products to come from a program to study the solar system’s outer planets each year using Hubble.

New maps show the continuing changes in its famous Great Red Spot and also reveal a rare wave structure in the planet’s atmosphere that has not been seen for decades.

These annual studies will help current and future scientists see how such giant worlds change over time.

Robot, Imagica Make Live-Action/CG Project 'Luna'

“The anime studio Robot and video post-production company Imagica announced on Saturday that they have partnered to produce a next-generation media project titled Luna. The project combines live-action and CG images to create a modern retelling of the classic Japanese tale of Princess Kaguya. Production of the 17-minute project is expected to be completed at the beginning of September.

The project utilizes 8K resolution, the current highest resolution in digital imagery, and high-dynamic-range (HDR) imaging techniques. 8K resolution offers 16 times the pixels of current standard HD images.

The production envisions Luna as a ‘fusion of visual beauty and story’ and a 'visual representation of light.’ The project aims to weave a beautiful story by synthesizing 8K and HDR techniques with CG composite images and color grading.

Award-winning director Kazuma Ikeda (Servant X Service opening animation, Hero Bank ending animation) is helming the project. Kenya Hirata (SHINOBI - Heart Under Blade) is in charge of the script. Hirata previously wrote the script for the 2009 Oscar-winning short La Maison en Petits Cubes (Tsumiki no Ie) short, which Robot animated. He also scripted Boku wa Bousan. (I am a Monk), which won a Platinum Remi award in the Docu-Drama category at the WorldFest Houston International Film Festival this year.”