A long time ago before we started playing the well-known game of strategy, chess, we played checkers in our old neighbourhood as it was simpler to play. It was difficult to play chess initially as different pieces on the board have different modes of movement and also because there was no one to teach us the right way to play. Photo by Simón Arroyave.
I have always been fascinated by the brilliance and creativity of 3D modelling & rendering using computers ever since I have gotten freeware but rather primitive computer-aided design (CAD) software many years ago. Photo by Uzunov Rostislav from Pexels.
Military shooter games these days is fast becoming so realistic and tactical, you can no longer simply switch on and shoot blindly. The war scenarios can be as real as an actual war scenario.
In the same manner, Polyphony Digital will soon be launching PlayStation all-time favourite and the next iteration in the Gran Turismo series, the Gran Turismo 7. The realism of the cars in this latest series is a galaxy away from my PlayStation game, Gran Turismo 2. Image source: Gran Tourismo.
(Why teaching maths have to be so boring so says Conrad Wolfram who runs the worldwide arm of Wolfram Research, the mathematical lab behind the cutting-edge knowledge engine Wolfram Alpha. Image source: Wikipedia)
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