visual workouts

I did not realize it has been a month since I moved already. Had to wait two weeks for my stuff to get here. My computer started acting funny, and it took a week of me trying to fix it, realizing I can’t fix it, then sending it off to a repair shop twice to have it fixed. Luckily nothing was majorly wrong, mostly loose, it was a cheap fix, and I even had some malaware deleted that I didn’t know.

Still having trouble getting back into the groove of updating Vanishing Woods, but I have two pages scanned. I would only like to update them once I know I have my schedule figured out. Until then, enjoy this background. It’s time to get riiiiiiiiiiiiiipppppppppppppeeedddddddddd.

Bullwhip is a WIP wrestling-themed gay anthro visual novel. It is being designed by Bullwhip(NSFW!).


Scientists have developed an app to give you superhuman vision

A commonly misunderstood brag is to mention that you have 20/20 vision. While that’s great because it means that you have healthy eyesight, it’s actually possible to have up to 20/7.5 vision. And yes, there’s an app for that.

Researchers at the University of California, Riverside have created a two-month training program that is designed to boost the average person’s eyesight significantly. The program consists of 25-minute visual “workouts” that are done on an iPad every day, and tasks users with tapping a series of on-screen targets as quickly as they appear. As the game goes on it gets harder by introducing a series of decoys and progressively dimming the screen. This app, called UltimEyes, pushes the players’ vision to the limit.

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