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Nixie Tubes

I found an excellent tutorial on YouTube for this one.

I have always loved the look of these things. I’ve been tempted on more than one occasion to purchase a Nixie tube clock, but really nice ones can be a bit extravagant. Despite the high cost, they are still very much in demand.

If you are a Nixie tube aficionado, you will love this amazing video of the exacting art of making Nixie Tubes.

Our Fastest Sequencer Ever!

A fun project for this special day.

From the e-mail sent to the whole company:

Finished with subtle touches from the impenetrable genius of industrial design guru Jim Pire, the new system’s speed will leave the competition in the dust.

Have I ever told you how much I love my job?

Happy New Year!

A little more fun with V-Ray and PhotoShop.

Let’s toast to a wonderful 2017!

Merry Christmas

In case you’re wondering, I created thedude & Kelly action figures in Cinema4D and composited them into a photograph of our fake tree with PhotoShop.

I just have to follow up with this favorite Photobooth shot of sister-in-law Jill showing her best holiday spirit.

This is My Brain on kubrick

My mind is still reeling from this weekend’s viewing of the Kubrick classic accompanied by the San Francisco Symphony. The orchestra was flanked by two choirs. Their performance of Lux Aeterna was positively spine-tingling. I believe I shed a tear or two.

In case you forgot, filming for this ground-breaking film was begun in 1965, and made entirely without CGI. Amazing.

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