According to http://www.color-blindness.com/color-name-hue/ the color is Pale Violet Red and the hue is red.
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Why was the thread discussing this under Atari deleted? Not sure if it was a user or a moderator. Sad that regular news sources like ABC News were discussing this 24 hours ago and the team here certainly didn't miss putting up the video/story about Elder Scrolls Online hours before this came up but then again they're getting paid to run ads for that.
Don't forget that there are EyeFinity cards that are running at massive resolutions RIGHT NOW for games like HAWX, Crysis and others. It's not an imaginary goal to get massive resolution with reasonable performance without breaking the bank in this day and age.
If you're saying 4K wont make a significant difference for smaller displays, you're wrong. Pixel density does wonders for displays. You don't reach diminishing returns with UHD/4k even at a 21" display, much less one like I run (46"). The only thing that reaches that point is 8K TV, which hopefully will become a major focus for TV manufacturers and the film industry.
Thinking that there wont be a push for this is wrong, what better way to sell new TV's then advertising you more than tripled the quality?
Hopefully consoles stop knee capping technological performance in AAA games and the GPU industry shows its game face to be able to run games at that kind of a quality within the next 5-10 years.
Hey Fobwashed, in your article you mention that front doors to buildings all appeared to open toward the outside. Where have you seen this? I have never in my life seen the front door to a house or other building that opens in that fashion.
Great read! Glad to see some insight brought to something that tends to break my immersion. Would love to hear what sort of resources you used to learn more about things like this! :)
Although things seem rather dead here as far as activity is concerned, just received this which may be of importance to some:
At Cryptic Studios, your privacy and security is important. As part of our ongoing efforts to monitor and enhance security, we recently detected evidence of an unauthorized access to one of our user databases. The unauthorized access occurred in December 2010, and evidence of this has just been uncovered due to increased security analysis.
The unauthorized access included user account names, handles, and encrypted passwords for those accounts. Even though the passwords were encrypted, it is apparent that the intruder has been able to crack some portion of the passwords in this database. All accounts that we believe were present in the database have had the passwords reset, and customers registered to these accounts have been notified via e-mail of this incident.
While we have no evidence that any other information was taken by the intruder, it is possible that the intruder was able to access additional account information. If they did so, the first and last name, e-mail address, date of birth (if provided to Cryptic Studios), billing address, and the first six digits and the last four digits of credit cards registered on the site may have been accessed. We have no evidence at this time that any data other than the account name, handle, and encrypted password were accessed for any user.
We are continuing to investigate this incident, and are taking even further action to strengthen our systems and redouble our security vigilance and protections. For your own security, we encourage you to be especially aware of e-mail and postal mail scams that ask for personal or sensitive information. Cryptic will not contact you in any way, including by e-mail, asking for your credit card number, social security number, or any other personally identifiable information. If you use the same password for other accounts, especially financial accounts or accounts with personal information, we strongly recommend that you change them.
While we have no evidence of unauthorized use of personal information as a result of this incident, to protect against any possible identity theft, we encourage you to remain vigilant, to review your account statements and to monitor your credit reports. Further information regarding the prevention of identity theft can be found at the Federal Trade Commission’s website here.
We apologize for any inconvenience this unauthorized access may have caused our customers. Customers with questions about this incident and how it may affect them can contact customer service by submitting a support ticket at https://support.perfectworld.com/app/cs_cryptic/iss/log.