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Solve the riddle – “Did you understand?”

November 9, 2012by Daniel Ovidiu Banicain Business, People, SocialNo Comments
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“Under certain circumstances, we could have had the possibility to see it from another angle and maybe would have done it differently.” “…” (silence) “F*ck, §$&%$§!, sh*t, aksjdhfa” (screaming) “you really don’t get it, do you, you little piece of sh*t?” (yelling) “It’s awesome, really! Still, there is something we should take into consideration” “It’s…

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The lizard brain

November 1, 2012by Alexandra Brăslașuin Design concepts2 Comments

As I recently developed an interest in what is called ‘the lizard brain’ (inferior part of the brain concerned with survival – amygdala), I wanted to know how its existence and functionality has a contribution in the process of design. Therefore, I sank deeper and so far discovered that: The lizard brain is the one…

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A new way for web graphics

October 25, 2012by Andrei Petrescuin DevelopmentNo Comments

I do admit I am a fan of games. So when I heard of WebGL and things it could do, I got a bit excited and started searching more info about it and of course, some examples. But let’s start with the beginning. What is WebGL? WebGL actually stands for Web Graphics Library and is…

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Case Study: DB Schenker Loco Planning

May 9, 2012by Andrei Dragomirin Development, Projects1 Comment
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Loco Planning is a web application that we built for DB Schenker as part of the DBS Trip project. Its main goal is to help DB Schenker employees to plan and view locomotive assignments and route informations (such as stations, distances, departure and arrival times) in a user friendly manner. Reasons Before the app, the…

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