This edition of the Mixer features a crumbling Hyrule (not Ganon's fault for once), an instagram motion revolution & the first human trial for neuralink - scary or something to embrace?

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Instagram Revolutionises Branding with Dynamic Motion System by Studio Dumbar/Dept®

Instagram has transformed from a rather static app to one bursting with motion, impacting every aspect from user experience to content and marketing. To ensure consistency, the brand has introduced a comprehensive motion branding system crafted by Studio Dumbar/Dept®. This system takes cues from familiar human actions like tapping, scrolling, and filming, harmonizing with the app's natural behaviors.

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Neuralink Debuts First Brain Implant Recipient: Paralysed Man Masters Gaming with Mind Control

Neuralink made waves on Wednesday as it introduced its first recipient of a brain implant, a 29-year-old man who has been paralyzed from the shoulders down for eight years. In a delightful livestream on X, Noland Arbaugh showcased his newfound abilities by playing online chess and the video game Civilization using the Neuralink device. With a grin, he pointed out, "If y'all can see the cursor moving around the screen, that's all me. It's pretty cool, huh?"

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The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom developers grappled with Hyrule's instability

Some game advancements, like Link's Ultrahand and Fuse abilities enabling players to craft various tools, demanded extensive development. Nintendo aimed for a grand sequel with Breath of the Wild, but the tools designed for crafting shield skateboards and log bridges caused significant disruptions, described by programmer Takahiro Takayama as "chaos." Learn More Here

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