A MONKEY perched upon a lofty tree saw some Fishermen casting their nets into a river, and narrowly watched their proceedings. The Fishermen after a while gave up fishing, and on going home to dinner left their nets upon the bank. The Monkey, who is the most imitative of animals, descended from the treetop and endeavored to do as they had done. Having handled the net, he threw it into the river, but became tangled in the meshes and drowned. With his last breath he said to himself, "I am rightly served; for what business had I who had never handled a net to try and catch fish?'You remember the View-Master. It's one of those iconic items that everyone owned as a child, like a Slinky, or an Etch-A-Sketch, or a bag of marbles.You inserted the stereoscopic photo reel into the top of the View-Master, and the trigger on the side rotated the reel so you could marvel at the future through three dimensional images of places you'd never heard of. It dates back as far as 1939, and hasn't changed all that much down the years.Until now. The View-Master is coming back thanks a new venture between Mattel and Google.Cardboard-MasterThe all-new View-Master is built using Google Cardboard technology, according to Mattel. Which, when you think about it, means it's just Google Cardboard. Or, for that matter, any other virtual reality face case that uses stereoscopic split-screen to deliver a VR image.But View-Master promises a little more than that, and will tie itself back into its original premise using a new form of photo reel. This time they're going to be augmented reality reels. Oh yes.In a delicious slice of marketing design work, the View-Master will take hold of your smartphone to use as a display and motion tracker, and the 'reels' - which look just like their old photo-based ancestors - will sit on the desk in front of you and activate different VR experiences.A 3D model of the reel's subject will appear on top of the plastic disk when you look at it, and the old rotation switch will now be replaced by an activation button. It'll be used to zoom in and out, and to select options within the immersive VR tour you're taking.The new View-Master headset is set to launch toward the back end of this year at somewhere around $30, with three-packs of reels costing $15. And, of course, the View-Master will be compatible (by default) with Cardboard and split-screen VR games and apps.Since it's birth, over 1.5 billion View-Master reels have been sold, and Mattel now holds over 10,000 different topics in its View-Master archive. It'll be interesting to see how many of these are also revived in this first ever update to the View-Master technology.
"Ain't he a dear little man?" said Captain Jim gloatingly. "I do love to watch a little child asleep, Mistress Blythe. It's the most beautiful sight in the world, I reckon. Joe does love to get down here for a night, because I have him sleep with me. At home he has to sleep with the other two boys, and he doesn't like it. "Why can't I sleep with father, Uncle Jim?" says he. `Everybody in the Bible slept with their fathers.' As for the questions he asks, the minister himself couldn't answer them. They fair swamp me. `Uncle Jim, if I wasn't ME who'd I be?' and, `Uncle Jim, what would happen if God died?' He fired them two off at me tonight, afore he went to sleep. As for his imagination, it sails away from everything. He makes up the most remarkable yarns--and then his mother shuts him up in the closet for telling stories . And he sits down and makes up another one, and has it ready to relate to her when she lets him out. He had one for me when he come down tonight. `Uncle Jim,' says he, solemn as a tombstone, `I had a 'venture in the Glen today.' `Yes, what was it?' says I, expecting something quite startling, but nowise prepared for what I really got. `I met a wolf in the street,' says he, `a 'normous wolf with a big, red mouf and AWFUL long teeth, Uncle Jim.' `I didn't know there was any wolves up at the Glen,' says I. `Oh, he comed there from far, far away,' says Joe, `and I fought he was going to eat me up, Uncle Jim.' `Were you scared?' says I. `No, 'cause I had a big gun,' says Joe, `and I shot the wolf dead, Uncle Jim,--solid dead--and then he went up to heaven and bit God,' says he. Well, I was fair staggered, Mistress Blythe."
Super Stylist Mod Apk provides you with a zest to experience the real-like sale closing management simulation. Customers will come to your shop and will express to you their needs. They will then demand the same outfits and accessories; with your aesthetic attitude, you need to decide or design by understanding their values and desires instantly.Initially released on Steam and consoles in 2017, it was announced today that Super Hydorah is on its way to iOS, and both existing fans of the game and newbies are sure to love it.Super Hydorah is a non-linear shoot-em-up which has you traversing the deepest parts of space to take on the dreaded Metroptians. These bio-mechanical monsters have their hearts set on conquering everything and it's up to you to stop them.Having taken inspiration from shmup classics, the game is action-filled and weeping with nostalgic art and audio. With its iOS version you've got two modes, easy and hard, adjustable touch controls, Haptic vibration, MFi controller support, and much more.It's a little on the pricier end, going for £6.99/$6.99 on the App Store at the moment, and while it won't be for everyone it's got excellent reviews on Steam. I've got my fingers crossed that Abylight delivers the same quality, control, and fun factor in its mobile version.The Olympics are happening this year, which means we need tie-in games or the whole event might as well be cancelled. Thankfully, Sega is on hand to provide us with one, Sonic at the Olympic Games – Tokyo 2020 will be available for both iOS and Android on 7th May.Dr. Eggman has taken over Toyko, deeming it worthy of being his city since it's big enough to host the Olympic games. Sonic is having none of it though and challenges him to a series of Olympic events to decide whether Tokyo should be free or live under the tyranny of Sonic's old foe.
UK indie developer Climax Studio is the latest team to get in on the rapidly blossoming virtual reality gaming scene, and has announced its first Gear VR title Bandit Six.The game puts you in the gun turrets of a World War II bomber as it soars high above enemy territory on a frantic bombing run. Although you won't actually be doing the flying, you're right in the middle of the fire fight with a long way to fall.Chocks awayDeveloped with the Samsung Gear VR in mind, this looks set to be an intense trip into the big wide blue, with enemy fighters circling all around. But where similar games only give you a letterbox through which to see the action, the VR element lets you see the aerial carnage in 360 degrees.Your guns around mounted on the back of the plane, and it's your job to keep the Red Baron and his dastardly chums off your tail long enough to deliver the payload to Hitler's doorstep.Climax Studios has also teased that it's got another Gear VR game in the works, and although there's no precise release date for that, or Bandit Six as yet, we'll keep you posted on their progress.In the meantime, check out the intense dog fighting VR trailer. What ho, chaps!
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It matters little if those who are inferior to us in merit should be like us in outside appearances.
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