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Photo Realism is Yet to Make its Way to the World of Gaming

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With modern times, comes modern ways of thinking. With modern ways of thinking comes new ways of approaching old things. This is done by blending the old and the new by correcting the old with the new. Such is the way with photorealism.

The process of photorealistic rendering is that in which artists make use of photographs of a specific subject so that they may be able to create digital images that look like realistic photographs. In other words, photorealism allows people to create images that look like actual photographs of certain things, when in fact, they were simply made through computer programs and software. It is believed to stem from what is simply known as photorealism where paintings are produced by using photographs and cameras to gather visual information of a subject. The output is a picture that appears to be an actual photo. This was made famous in the late nineteen sixty's up to the early nineteen seventy's through the United States art movement.

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IT Outsourcing - A Strategic Direction

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Some business owners are still not entirely comfortable with the "mysterious" field of information technology. They know they need a website and are concerned about getting viruses on their equipment, but they do not know if they are ready for a full-fledged IT outsourcing service. Perhaps there is an employee or two that seem "good with computers" and they have managed to save the day occasionally during an IT crisis. However, there have also been some instances where business was lost or a customer turned away dissatisfied due to a technical glitch. Perhaps the desired growth in your business just isn't happening, and you suspect it is because you do not yet have an online presence.

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Here’s Why Microsoft’s Edge May Never Be Your Default Web Browser

Posted on October 21, 2015 by James A. Martin

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If you look at web browser U.S. market share over the past several years, you’ll notice the freefall of Microsoft’s once-dominant Internet Explorer (IE). With Microsoft’s latest browser, Edge, can the company reverse its dramatic slide?

As recently as 2008, IE was by far the top dog, with over 76 percent of the desktop browser market, according to StatCounter. Its nearest competitor was Firefox, at a distant 18 percent market share.

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Netflix's Utter Bandwidth Dominance in One Chart

Netflix's Utter Bandwidth Dominance in One Chart

Posted on October 7, 2015 by Ben Taylor Frederick M. Brown / Getty Images

You’ve probably lost a weekend (or three) to a Netflix binge, blazing through "House of Cards,” re-watching "Breaking Bad” or playing your favorite season of “The Office” on loop—a three-day carnival of cliffhangers, lost sleep and bad wine. Yes, you have a problem. No, you don’t need help.

The data says you’re not alone.

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