The dream is a French digital artist, who has been active since 2005. Using digital technology, she creates celestial worlds and strange architecture. She also creates realistic oil paintings, that she enhances with digital brushstrokes and effects. In this blog, we will look at the role of technology in producing the work of Dream, and its influences on her work.
In a big article by Charlie Brooker, it was revealed that the computer in the TV series ‘Black Mirror’ is in fact the same as the Macintosh 128k. This blog is about how that might have turned out as well as other decisions made and what might have happened if the story was told from a different perspective.
The ‘1984’ advert may be the most famous Apple Ad ever made. It is a powerful ad that garnered much attention, being shown during the Superbowl in 1984.
PC Dream is a Raspberry Pi which is a small computer, similar to a laptop but it costs just $35. The PC Dream is a computer which is used to teach kids how to code. We start with a look at why we need to teach kids how to code and then we’ll look at what the PC Dream can be used for.
The arcade cabinet from the classic fighting game, Street Fighter 2 is one of the most iconic pieces of arcade history. Not only does it look great, but it’s also a true work of art. But how did Capcom produce it? And how close is the real thing to the arcade game? Read on to find out.
What does Dream mean for PC? We’re about to find out!
It’s been a year and a half since Samsung announced the Galaxy Note 7, and now, the wait is finally over. The OnePlus 5 is the successor to the OnePlus 3T, and it looks like it might just be the most powerful smartphone of 2017 yet.