If you’re picturing a chess match as a drawn-out slog — well, you’re not wrong. A classical game without time limits can last five hours. But many online battles, including nearly all the games that Nakamura streams, are blitz chess. Each player has just a few minutes to complete all of his or her moves, leading to an aggressive, risky style of play that fans say is exhilarating to watch. … [Read more...] about Chess (Yes, chess) is now a streaming obsession
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Professor Govind Swarup was an exceptional scientist. His pioneering works in radio astronomy have attained global commendation. Anguished by his passing away. My thoughts are with his near and dear ones. This thread gives a glimpse of Professor Swarup’s brilliance. Do read. https://t.co/S0PAsdWp8A … [Read more...] about PM Modi, President Kovind condole death of radio astronomer Govind Swarup
High Fidelity is audio only, yes. So why not host the DNC in, say, Fortnite instead, which would give people 3D avatars? It’s not a bad idea, but as Philip Rosedale, cofounder and CEO of High Fidelity points out, Fortnite can’t actually scale. “Computers still aren’t fast enough. You hear about Fortnite music events, and that’s 100 people or less, with people divided up randomly on a server. It can be closer to 30 people . . . or even 10-20 that you can see at any time,” says Rosedale. On the other hand, High Fidelity can scale to include hundreds of people across miles of space (the company hosted a party on a virtual Burning Man playa in the past). And in the coming months, the platform plans to expand to support thousands of people. … [Read more...] about The 6 wildest design concepts for a virtual Democratic National Convention
That’s because everyone’s experience on the streamer is different based on their tastes, but there still are common threads that tie it all together. One that the brand’s marketers are betting on is how our perspectives change after we’ve watched something. In a blog post, Netflix vice president of brand Eric Palotta writes, “The TV shows and films we watch bring out all sorts of different emotions, give us perspectives we’ve never seen before and even make us feel closer to each other.” … [Read more...] about Why Netflix built its first global brand campaign around one of the most controversial parts of its UX
Following viewers’ complaints of increasing duration and distracting format of ads, the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has dusted the rule book and reminded the broadcasters of the 12-minute ad cap introduced in 2012, a rule observed more in the breach than in compliance. It even triggered a legal battle and the next hearing in the case is in September. … [Read more...] about Explained | What is the 12-minute ad cap that TRAI is asking TV channels to follow?