DNA Lounge: Wherein Above DNA has video.

We have our first video camera in Above DNA now, so you can watch as well as listen to shows up there! Just one camera for now, but we'll add additional views eventually.

We still have only one outbound video stream, though, so we can only do video for one event at a time, so the main room has priority (if we have two events, that's the one you see). But if Main is closed and Above is open, we show that one.

Live audio-only streams and archives are available from both rooms all the time, though (since late 2013.)

And here's our last batch of Christmas-themed galleries, plus the first Hubba of 2015:

Bootie: Hubba Holiday Show
Bootie: Santacon
So Stoked
Bootie: NYE Shit Show
Hubba Hubba: Warrior Women
Seeing Kingfish and Ariyana re-enacting What's Opera, Doc? touched my childhood in a very special way. If you missed it, rumor has it that they'll be doing it again at the Easter show.

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Weyland-Yutani: Building Better Creme Eggs

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Succulent

"A short interactive music video game thing."


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Scene missing! A video that used to be embedded in this post has disappeared. If you know of a copy of this video that is still accessible, please mail me so that I can update the link. (Search)
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The 510 render farm seems to have crashed

It also keeps blinking NODE OFFLINE, but that's not showing up for some reason.

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Today in "Print your own skull" news

Man Saves Wife's Sight by 3D Printing Her Tumor

At this point, Balzer requested Scott's DICOM files so he could work with them at home. It was a crucial step. A few months later, Scott had another MRI, and the radiologist came back with a horrifying report: The tumor had grown substantially, which indicated a far more grave condition than was initially diagnosed. But back at home, Balzer used Photoshop to layer the new DICOM files on top of the old images, and realized that the tumor hadn't grown at all -- the radiologist had just measured from a different point on the image. Once his relief subsided, Balzer was furious and more determined than ever to stay in control of Scott's treatment. "I thought, 'why don't we take it to the next level?'" Balzer says. "Let's see what kind of tools are available so that I can take the DICOMs, which are 2D slices, and convert them into a 3D model."

This is presented as woo-woo cheerleading about how awesome 3d printing is, but really it's an article about how incompetent the healthcare industry is.

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Fibonacci Zoetrope

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Today in Mechanical Screensaver news:

588×126 flip-dot display

Using it to display almost nothing but textual ad slogans was a despicable failure of imagination, but it's pretty sweet hardware.

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The proper way to cook a pancake

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He Took His Skin Off For Me

He Took His Skin Off For Me:

This short film is wonderful and disturbing, and the practical effects are awesome. The "making of" is interesting, too:

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30 signs that you probably didn't know that these 3-word phrases are the most important article titles in your life!

Number 18 will blow your mind!

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