It's official--technology's taking our efforts at being lazy as possible to the next level.
And of course the epic exit shot:
Rumors are flying around that it's still backing up to this day.
So it turns out that insects--specifically Sensei Mantis--might be useful for better understanding 3D vision. Dr. Jenny Read of Newcastle University, a professor of vision science, confirms:
"Despite their minute brains, mantises are sophisticated visual hunters which can capture prey with terrifying efficiency. We can learn a lot by studying how they perceive the world," she said. "Better understanding of their simpler processing systems helps us understand how 3D vision evolved, and could lead to possible new algorithms for 3D depth perception in computers."
Short and skinny of it--that's awesome.
That was kind of chill as well.
This is what heaven looks like, or at least what a hand-pressed Wagyu beef, nutella smoked bacon, and double jack cheese between a fresh motherfu*king grilled doughnut shows up as.
And take note, it's called the "Doughnutfukwitdis".
New year, healthier you right?