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Simulator User Edition: canichaikait

 Simulator User Edition: canichaikait This is a side project I am thinking about making into a sort of "spin-off series".I used canichaikait as a guinea pig to see how this type of "Simulator" would be recieved.

"it's not complicated"

"it's not complicated" Girl hits a guy twice her size, gets hit right back.22 hrs agoWhen 2B Catches You Jacking off To Her 23 hrs agoSo what exactly happened to this guy?

Siri could one day respond to your voice — and your voice alone

Siri could one day respond to your voice — and your voice alone In essence, you could set a vocal password featuring an audio footprint, a sort of Voice Biometrics, and only be able to access your phone (or tell Siri what to do) if you’re … you.That means that just about anyone could tell Siri what to do, which could be a problem.

Pol User Kidnaps His Own Son After Wife Gives Him Estrogen

Pol User Kidnaps His Own Son After Wife Gives Him Estrogen Please console meZimI' m honestly thinking about this.I' m fucking wing right now.

Arm-mounted motors are delivering greatly improved VR haptics

Arm-mounted motors are delivering greatly improved VR haptics The idea is to have it offer much more nuanced and realistic resistance when a user encounters in-game objects.While arguably the Oculus Touch controllers offer a slightly more free-feeling VR experience, both systems still rely on rumbly internal motors to give the user the feel that they’re interacting with real objects in VR.

Smart office traffic light system knows when you shouldn’t be disturbed

Smart office traffic light system knows when you shouldn’t be disturbed Red and green traffic lights generally work pretty well on the street, which may explain one of the reasons you got to work today in one piece.“Knowledge workers are frequently interrupted by their coworkers,” Thomas Fritz, assistant professor of software quality at Zurich, told Digital Trends.

Brilliant new gizmo knows when you’re busy, gives coworkers a signal to bugger off

Brilliant new gizmo knows when you’re busy, gives coworkers a signal to bugger off Couldn’t a similar stop-and-go concept be used in offices to let your coworkers know when they should leave you alone?“Knowledge workers are frequently interrupted by their coworkers,” Thomas Fritz, assistant professor of software quality at Zurich, told Digital Trends.