Min Seub Jung, Concept Artist From Korea
(blatantly reposting from discord)
"A reference is an alias, that is, another name for an already existing variable. A reference, like a pointer, is also implemented by storing the address of an object.
A reference can be thought of as a constant pointer (not to be confused with a pointer to a constant value!) with automatic indirection."
Always get a kick in the ass seeing the examples
while hardly obtaining my own.
Q1 Ranger Action Figure
Something I wanted for so long, untill my printer broke.
Not sure if it is legal what I'm doing here, as the object is copyrighted.
But it would be fun for a collection after a small polish in a paint editor.
A Thread About Some Japanese Architecture
Bernd And Hilla Becher Photography
I was wondering about a quake1 level I played over the years. It was called "Io" and was an absurdical large level of a spacecraft that tumbled down on the Mars moon. One had to collect several runes in a spherical astronomy lab.
I thought it was a map of mx or someone else but I can retrieve it only if I make a large jump in my archive.
after a large jump yes, it was called "TitanBeta5 / io" from MechTech and I'm surprised I can't find it on Quaddicted. Realy a top of the hat map, blew me sofar of my feet I would stop mapping.
Large Helical Device
Ran into this while reading about fusion reactors. Everybody knows tokamaks, right? They're just toruses ie donuts. Many movies have used that shape.
Then there's the stellarator. Wendelstein-7-X is the most famous one, and it's somewhat twisty but still kind of like a Tokamak.
But when I saw the stellarator known as the Japanese Large Helical Device, I thought about the board immediately. It is bizarre.
Looks like mfx gone wild...
Shooting High-Res Thermal Photos Of Iceland