The PlayStation Meeting 2013 Event was held about a week ago and a lot of people were expecting to have the next generation console revealed, but at the event, Shuhei Yoshida (Sony Boss) only displayed the controller design (picture above) and talked about its capabilities such as the “share” feature.
I’m sure many people were left “empty” without the presentation of the actual PlayStation Console. In the internet there have been many concepts of what the console’s design might look like, some look a bit too futuristic, but hey if google made Google Glass that literally looks like some of the Dragon Ball Z’s devices (Scouters) then we can take into considerations any designs!
Below are some of the concepts that I thought were pretty interesting, especially the one that seem to have a glass design.
Earlier this week, Google released a video of it’s astounding project glasses called Google Glass. It’s supposed to be a reality-augmenting device that we wear like regular glasses. What’s so special about these “glasses”? Well to start things off it’ll basically be a portable camera, you can record video, take pictures, and even send them to your friends on your social networks. That’s not all it is though, video chatting will be possible, sending text messages, checking the weather, and GPS all by transcribing your spoken commands! You’ll even get a “Good Morning” message when you wake up, haha!
Check out their Glass video:
It’s no doubt technology is rapidly advancing, perhaps more than the amount of calories we eat at our local McDonalds. The release of this badboy headgear is supposed to be sometime this year (most likely towards the end ). They will be sold for about less than $1,500. And People are already signing up to test this gadget! Here’s the Application.
Something I find funny about this new gadget is that it reminds me of the Scouter that characters from Dragon Ball Z used to measure power levels, maybe that’s were Google got it’s idea and inspiration from….. haha I just hope the price of Google Glass doesn’t boost to over $9,000!
What’s up players? Let’s get started by working! That’s right, you’ll even level up and get payed, and all the money you get can be used to purchase and rent property; buy from the store; or trade with others!
The default jobs are:
- bulldozer – default job
- taxes – default job
/mcjobs = Allows all the user commands such as joining and leaving a job. /jobs = Alias of /mcjobs
/jobs join jobname – replace jobname with the job you want to join!
/jobs list – gives you the list of available jobs for you
Hello everyone, in this post i’ll be giving you instructions on how to set up your property in the server!
First off you will need a wooden axe, and find where you want your property to start. In this case you want to get a diagonal property, so in theory you actually create a rectangle property shape. Left click the start point of your property then head to the end point which should be diagonally and right click a block on the end location. you should’ve gotten a message saying “primary selection point” and “secondary selection point”. Now on your keyboard type the following without the parenthesis: “/res select vert” press enter on your keyboard. Next replace housename with the whatever you want to name your property, type: “/res create housename” you should now have created your property! Congrats, but now you want to protect your territory right? right!
here are a list of flag commands you can use in order to protect your property.
To set a flag type the following: “/res set housename <flag> <true>/<false>” and replace <flag> with one of the commands below (don’t type the < or > ) also replace <true/false> with either true or false. Again don’t type the < or >.
replace the housename with your property’s name!
for example, if I wanted to protect my territory from anyone else building on it or destroying blocks there then i would essentially type: /res set housename build false
||Controls building permission (placing and breaking) also prevents crop trampling. True = allows building, false = prevents building.
||Controls use of bucket. True = allows use, false = prevents use.
||Controls whether player/group can move inside the residence. True = normal movement, false = denies entry.
||Controls teleportation in the residence. True = allows teleports, false = prevents teleports.
||Controls ability to use/access objects in the residence. True = normal server rules, false = denies usage.
This includes doors, chests, furnaces, dispensers, levers etc. Overrides ‘container’ if applicable.
||Controls whether cake can be eaten. True = Cake is edible, False = Cake is inedible.
||Controls whether enchanting tables can be used. True = Can be used, False= Cannot be used.
||Controls whether brewing stands can be used. True = Can be used, False= Cannot be used.
||Controls whether workbenches can be used. True = Can be used, False= Cannot be used.
||Controls whether redstone repeaters can be used. True = Can be used, False= Cannot be used.
||Controls whether levers can be used. True = Can be used, False= Cannot be used.
||Controls whether buttons can be used. True = Can be used, False= Cannot be used.
||Controls whether doors and trapdoors can be used. True = Can be used, False= Cannot be used.
||Controls whether pressure plates can be used. True = Can be used, False= Cannot be used.
||Controls whether beds can be used. True = Can be used, False= Cannot be used.
||Controls whether note blocks can be used. True = Can be used, False= Cannot be used.
||Controls ability to break blocks. True = allows block breaking, false = prevents block breaking.
||Controls ability to place blocks. True = allows block placing, false = prevents block placing.
||Early “Macro” flag that adds a player with build, container, move, tp, and use.
||Macro flag that adds a player with diode, lever, button, and pressure.
||Macro flag that adds a player with brew, table, and enchant
College has been tough for the past couple of days, which explains why i haven’t posted as much as i regularly did on here, but aside from that, Rockstar games has announced that the release day of Grand Theft Auto 5, previously announced that the release date would be this spring, has been rescheduled for September 17th most most likely for extra “developer time”. Developer Dan Houser said “We know this is about four months later than originally planned and we know that this short delay will come as a disappointment to many of you, but, trust us, it will be worth the extra time.”
Although the game won’t be released until later this year, i’ll still be on the edge of my seat waiting. Only a handful of developers stick to finishing a game and not rush it for an early release, and who knows perhaps GTA 5 will also hit the next generation consoles too like the PS4? We’ll find out in September!