Tatsuo Horiuchi is a one-of-a-kind digital artist who has been making breathtaking pieces of scenic art for nearly 17 years.
But instead of using traditional painting or illustration software, the 77-year-old Japanese citizen decided to push his artistic prowess a bit further by creating his mesmerizingly detailed pieces using Microsoft’s popular spreadsheet tool, Excel.
Chinese scientists have successfully created the largest virtual universe on the world’s fastest computer.
The feat, disclosed to the Chinese public last week, is expected to catapult the country as the global leader in discovering new information in the cosmos.
A Japanese schoolgirl is sweeping the internet with her superficial looks, except this girl is actually not a girl at all but an animated creation.
Saya is a 3D creation constructed by husband-and-wife computer graphics team Teruyuki and Yuki Ishikawa. They created the strikingly realistic school girl using computer animation techniques and 3D-modelling tools including Matya, according to Kotaku .