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JonOomph (1922630) writes "Director Alex Cox, the creator of “Repo Man” and “Sid and Nancy”, is making plans for his next film, “Bill, the Galactic Hero”, a feature-length science fiction comedy set in the reaches of our galaxy. He is challenging the norm by shooting the film on 35mm monochrome (black and white) film, possibly the last film to ever attempt this, and possibly the first feature film to be edited with popular open source video editor, OpenShot." Link to Original Source
Well. They have to find a very unique angle to be able to do that.
Either they can go for superior hardware. Or they go for cheep, secure, user controlled or something that neither Apple or Google will provide.
Why a desktop needs 3d acceleration is beyond me.
All research into computer interface design indicate that the concept "black cockpit" is the best
When a game or a film making application drives hardware levels I can understand it but not when a workbench or a desktop does it.
Am I the only one here to get a bad taste from this. Take a loved childtoy and a open operaring system and develp a weapon?
This is somthing I expected from the bully in ToyStory.
Why not develop a electric chair from lego controlled by android when you already have started?