A problem showing wavy white lines that don't roll up the screen, and are worse when a game is loading/CD spinning. I think its a Model 2 Saturn. The problem, though, is only noticeable on my Samsung LCD HDTV using RGB SCART (the TV has SCART input). It is not present using RF cables. Also, it's not there at all using the smaller Panasonic LCD HDTV I have using the same RGB SCART cable. All I get there is the standard slight hardly noticeable wave when a disc is loading, but that isn't the same issue. The loud click at the Saturn menu is me closing the lid, loading the disc - you can see the problem is worse at this point.
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The normal way of completing this stage is to keep going forward until you reach the middle where it is really fast and difficuly. In this method, you jump over the bounce spheres towards the middle of the stage and complete the inner parts first. Much easier, but the last two blue spheres still catch me out in this run... (I think this is stage 32 - let me know if it's not). SHAREfactory™ https://store.playstation.com/#!/en-gb/tid=CUSA00572_00
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A title sequence for a fictitious movie called Lucky (Christmas themed romantic comedy). By Alistair Fellowes (http://www.alistairfellowes.com). Submitted for a kinetic typography motion graphics uni module, it features the song I Should Be So Lucky (which has had the pitch lowered for YouTube), taken from The Abbey Road Sessions album by Kylie Minogue. I was inspired by Oliver Harrison's 1988 short film Amore Baciami for the lyrics part in this sequence (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JSqFNw56kp4). Created in Adobe After Effects CS6.
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A title sequence for a fictitious movie called Lucky (Christmas themed romantic comedy). By Alistair Fellowes (http://www.alistairfellowes.com). This alternative ending version I created for a kinetic typography motion graphics uni module, features the song I Should Be So Lucky (which has had the pitch lowered for YouTube), and a little of Love At First Sight, taken from The Abbey Road Sessions album by Kylie Minogue. It also includes a short clip from the 2003 movie Elf. I was inspired by Oliver Harrison's 1988 short film Amore Baciami for the lyrics part in this sequence (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JSqFNw56kp4). Created in Adobe After Effects CS6.
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A uni project I've made that demonstrates some of the technologies used in Japan to help families be more self sufficient in the event of an earthquake. I used the Arduino microcontroller and the following sensors: Hall effect sensor, light sensor, button and a Piezo disc. I had planned to use a shift register, but didn't need it in the end. ----------- Being self sufficient The 9.0 magnitude earthquake hit Japan on 11 March 2011. Being the strongest to hit the country in recent times, this megathrust earthquake shook the country to the ground, followed by a huge tsunami with waves up to 40.5 meters in height. 15,854 people died, 26,992 were injured, and 3,155 people are still listed as missing (according to a Japanese National Police Agency report, dated 12 March 2012). The Japanese trade ministry says around 4.4 million households served by Tohoku Electric Power in northeastern Japan were left without electricity. In the year since this disaster there has been a surge in Japanese families to have independent energy systems, and therefore not to be as reliant on the national grid. Larger personal wind turbines have gone on sale, as well as cheaper solar panels, and Panasonic have created new in-home batteries to store wind and sun power that is not used straight away. In fact, the new city currently being built in Japan, Fujisawa, aims to be completely self sufficient by 2015. Nissan have created technology that allows you to plug your house into your car. The car battery connects to a charger, but rather than charging the car, at the push of a button it can power the house, changing the current and voltage from the battery to what the appliances in the house need, providing on average two days of electricity in the event of a disaster.
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The Best Man speech.
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The Maid of Honour speech.
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Created in LBP3 and played on the PS4.
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LPB2. SHAREfactory™ https://store.playstation.com/#!/en-gb/tid=CUSA00572_00
Trailer for the LBP3 level Hidden Temple Zone. Inspired by Sonic The Hedgehog. LBP.ME = https://lbp.me/v/qvd3wgy/trailer SHAREfactory™ https://store.playstation.com/#!/en-gb/tid=CUSA00572_00
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A mashup of Light Years and Can't Get You Out Of My Head, with elements of I Believe In You. I made this back in April 2006, when I came up with a few Kylie remixes. I'm not a DJ, though it was good to try this out.
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