People have asked how I go about sorting out systems - and find my answers very unsatisfactory. Well, I have come across a book which very nicely addresses some of the key areas where I find a lot of the issues arise - and gives a lot of suggestions of very, Gasp!!, technical gear that can be used to chase these things down. It's a very practical book, minimum high falutin', equations for equations sake guff - what I find especially endearing is that there are a lot of cheap and cheerful tricks
First YouTube videos of the High End show over there have gone up, courtesy of B HiEnd, https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCve-Zui5Z5AaHruHv9MylJQ/videos. Closed sound on some, and when one of them tries for the Big Sound it can't pull it off, the drumming fails rather badly,
It's getting close to projecting the atmosphere of this intro, but can't reach high enough ...
This was probably the pick of the bunch,
If you don't know William Gibson, you should. Neuromancer? Anyone?
William Gibson's fiction often is set in the near future. Unfortunately, some of his plot elements, in some form, come to pass.
There is a collection of his early short stories entitled "During Chrome" highly recommended.
One of the short stories is titled "Winter Market".
Without a spoiler, the story involves the future of entertainment AR, VR and more.
Winter Market also has a short riff on th