Big Deal. I’ve announced 65-bit Tablet support. The other seven bits? I don’t get it.
Actually it hasn’t. You should see the system that I have at home that you, yes you, can’t purchase. hehehe
Actually to prove a point. We’ll use Star Wars Episode 4 to help us out.
Now in the scene everyone assumes that Han shot first.
That is not the case.
Greedo has an overclocked CPU driving his character on the storyboard.
But alas. The computer rendering Han actually has one of our chips that you can’t purchase but we just take home for the hell of it and we did Han on one of those computers.
The reason why it looks like Greedo just died is because the amount of time it took to render him is so boring that Han can be seen to actually fall asleep waiting for Greedo to draw because his character is being rendered on one our super duper faster chips.
So Han dozes off for at least a half hour and when he finally wakes up Greedo is still reaching for his weapon. Han catches the movement, as slow as it is, out of the corner of his eye.
Trying to move as slow as possible Han slowly draws his weapon and defends himself.
Your honor. This a clear cut case of stand your ground.