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Posts Tagged ‘3D



Estoy en una importantísima reunión en Albacete city. Una cena de navidad improvisada en un laboratorio de alta tecnología fluye como un haiku cyber en una poesía punk. I’m in the middle of a very important meeting in Albacete. An improvised christmas dinner takes place in a high tech lab. The main meal was sushi. […]

Fragments of a 3D rose


In 1977, William Gibson (PBUH) wrote a short story called Fragments of a hologram rose. In it, a dejected lover relies on partial, fragmentary holographic and sensorial recordings of his relationship to manage sleep. From William Gibson went on to greater things. He invented an entire literary genre (Cyberpunk). His novel, along with Snow […]

The Hobbit: The desolation of 3D


I’m not going to do what I usually do. I saw The Hobbit Pt.2 the other day and I would like to say more than a word about it. Now, the film in itself is fine. It’s fun, adventures, and swordplay, elves and shit. Fine. But this movie has helped me understand what is it […]