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‘Archie Meets Predator’ to be released by Dark Horse & Archie Comics

‘Archie Meets Predator’ to be released by Dark Horse & Archie Comics

No, that title is not a joke. And yes, we do mean that Archie. And that Predator. Yeah, it's weird, but it is 100% real! Coming in Spring 2015, a collaboration between Archie Comics and Dark Horse Comics will result in Archie Meets Predator, a four-issue miniseries written by Alex de Campi.

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App replaces boring subway ads with lively art

App replaces boring subway ads with lively art

Street art is one of those things that can make a city feel more vibrant. Good, actual art slathered on otherwise dull concrete is a fantastic thing. Ads for goods and services? Not so much. A new app aims to take care of those annoying ads, and like any good art, is free.

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Virtual Reality art: Tilt Brush expands our horizons

Virtual Reality art: Tilt Brush expands our horizons

Inside virtual reality you can create whatever you want to see and whatever environment you’d like to exist in. One fabulous example of a creation app that’s ready for testing today on a limited basis with the Oculus Rift is "Tilt Brush." This app allows you to effectively sculpt with paint - flat, yet 3D.

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Canviz digital art frame brings animated portraits to your living room

Canviz digital art frame brings animated portraits to your living room

Digital picture frames have been around for a while, but we've seen products in recent times that aim to take them a step farther, making them into large elegant displays of digital art. Canviz is the latest among these, but rather than just showing static images, the frame shows off animated portraits.

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Omote “living makeup” uses mind-blowing projection mapping

Omote “living makeup” uses mind-blowing projection mapping

Projecting computer graphics onto buildings or rooms to make them digitally come alive isn't new, but how about if your canvas is a living, moving, human face? Omote does just that, a combination of real-time face tracking and projection mapping that takes a model's face and turns it into something far more mesmerizing, even as it moves around.

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Just what is ModBook doing for Mac artists now?

Just what is ModBook doing for Mac artists now?

MacBook finagler ModBook is back, teasing what looks to be a new tablet based on Apple's notebook but reworked to suit artists and pen lovers. The unnamed project has been teased in portions over the past week or so, with ModBook promising a full reveal this week. One thing's for sure: there's a stylus involved.

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Artist teams with JP Aerospace to photograph plants in space

Artist teams with JP Aerospace to photograph plants in space

The art of taking pictures of objects is space got recent attention via astronaut Reid Wiseman, who took a picture of dice floating in space and more, sharing the images over his Twitter. A Japanese artist has done something similar, teaming up with JP Aerospace to take pictures of plants in the stratosphere.

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Framed 2.0 puts motion-controlled digital art on your wall

Framed 2.0 puts motion-controlled digital art on your wall

Judging by the "home of the future" documentaries, nobody goes to museums on their hoverboards in the 21st century, but instead has dynamically changing artwork beamed to virtual picture frames in their homes. We may not have the hoverboards yet, but Framed 2.0 is aiming to deliver the art at least, with a new crowdfunding project to put a smartphone and gesture-controlled display showing everything from the classics through to tumblr GIFs, Flash animation, and more.

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EO1 framed computer brings digital art to your wall

EO1 framed computer brings digital art to your wall

Electronic picture frames are nothing new, but Electric Objects' new EO1 digital art device is a bit different. This framed HD display and computer offers a WiFi connection, delivering art from across the Internet to your living room or anywhere else you want to mount the device.

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Creative Cloud 2014 revealed with Photography Plan

Creative Cloud 2014 revealed with Photography Plan

Adobe has a new version of Creative Cloud for 2014, along with a Photography Plan that pairs together two shutterbug favorites, Photoshop CC and Lightroom 5. The new app suite sees fourteen titles updated for this year, including changes to Photoshop CC, Illustrator CC, Dreamweaver CC, and Premiere Pro CC, in addition to a batch of new mobile apps.

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Adobe Ink & Slide Review: The iPad stylus grows up

Adobe Ink & Slide Review: The iPad stylus grows up

Adobe got tired of waiting for a great stylus for the iPad, and so it took on the challenge itself, coming up with Adobe Ink and its companion ruler, Slide. Pens for the iPad aren’t new, but neither have they been especially proficient, but Adobe is aiming to change all that with slickly designed hardware and tightly-integrated software. I’ve been using Adobe Ink & Slide with the iPad Air for the past few weeks; read on for my full verdict.

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Researchers use infrared to find hidden Picasso painting

Researchers use infrared to find hidden Picasso painting

It isn't unusual to find paintings hidden beneath paintings, and the latest amongst these discoveries is a new Picasso work of an unknown melancholy man. The image was discovered using infrared technologies, and while research isn't complete, it has finally been revealed to the public.

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