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Post #361 Posted: Fri Sep 16, 2016 9:10 am 
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I can't find a screenshot, but very close to the beginning of "Kubo and the Two Strings" the young protagonist goes into his village and passes two old men playing Go.

Not related to plot, and not remarked upon in any way, but it was nice to see :)


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Post #362 Posted: Thu Oct 27, 2016 6:24 am 
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Amazon's TV series 'The Man in the High Castle' is set in an alternate reality in which Germany/Japan won World War II and have split control of the USA. There's a scene in the first episode in Japanese-controlled San Francisco where main character Juliana walks past two Japanese men playing what appears to be Go.


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Post #363 Posted: Mon Nov 07, 2016 12:12 pm 
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Humans: Season 2, Episode 2. Head of Global Synthetics, Milo Khoury, plays Go with Eric, the son of one of his employees, while waiting for Athena Morrow, an AI researcher, to show up for his recruitment pitch. The game finishes as Morrow arrives, and Khoury tells her that he plans on hiring Eric as soon as he graduates from high school. Paraphrasing: Khoury then tells Morrow that there are more possible moves in Go than atoms in the observable universe and that such facts put into perspective humanity's insignificance.


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Post #364 Posted: Tue Nov 08, 2016 6:10 pm 
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Humans: Season 2, Episode 2.


A tiny bit more description of the scene would be nice?

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Post #365 Posted: Mon Nov 14, 2016 9:18 pm 
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Relating go to politics. Also, a reminiscence of an 18 stone game from a top pro.

http://www.dailykos.com/stories/2016/11 ... r-Struggle

Another link where the person makes a more in depth comparison of go and politics. http://www.dailykos.com/story/2011/03/0 ... -and-White He even talks about some go proverbs. :) One annoying thing: he calls sente leading hand. :( I guess you could say that Trump kept sente throughout most of this campaign. ;)

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Post #366 Posted: Mon Nov 14, 2016 11:39 pm 
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One annoying thing: he calls sente leading hand. :(

That is literally what sente means, though.

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Post #367 Posted: Tue Nov 15, 2016 3:23 am 
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One annoying thing: he calls sente leading hand. :(

That is literally what sente means, though.


In this context, te means play.

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Post #368 Posted: Wed Nov 16, 2016 3:12 am 
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I'd devoted several years of my life to learning and achieving some degree of mastery of the game of go.
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Hi Bill, any rough estimate of the author's (peak) Go level ?
(I didn't thoroughly read his blog nor searched his articles...)

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Geenius wrote:
I'd devoted several years of my life to learning and achieving some degree of mastery of the game of go.
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Hi Bill, any rough estimate of the author's (peak) Go level ?
(I didn't thoroughly read his blog nor searched his articles...)

He's 7k AGA (though he hasn't played a tournament in 8 years) and told me a while ago that he was 5k KGS.

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Post #371 Posted: Sun Dec 04, 2016 1:03 pm 
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fireproof wrote:
I can't find a screenshot, but very close to the beginning of "Kubo and the Two Strings" the young protagonist goes into his village and passes two old men playing Go.

Not related to plot, and not remarked upon in any way, but it was nice to see :)


Here's that screenshot for you! :)
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Post #372 Posted: Sun Dec 04, 2016 1:35 pm 
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funny how they have bowl and lid on the board …

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Wikipedia says Kubo & the 2 Strings is 3D stop motion -- does that mean claymation ? No CG, all done by hand (literally) ?!

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Post #374 Posted: Sun Dec 04, 2016 6:39 pm 
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Bonobo wrote:
funny how they have bowl and lid on the board …


That's a great way to protect the corner! :razz:


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EdLee wrote:
Wikipedia says Kubo & the 2 Strings is 3D stop motion -- does that mean claymation ? No CG, all done by hand (literally) ?!


Not claymation, but little 3-d puppets -- there's an interesting video here:

[youtube]https://youtu.be/plXmbLAUTRg[/youtube]

They have a great demonstration of how the puppets are made, or how motion works, at the end of each of their films (I'm thinking of Paranorman and Boxtrolls, and Coraline in particular).


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Thanks. So much work. :)
We're so lucky someone found out about Go and hand-crafted it into the movie.
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Memory is a fascinating thing. :)


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Post #377 Posted: Mon Dec 05, 2016 9:59 am 
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funny how they have bowl and lid on the board …


One has to assume that the other go bowl was broken, and they use the lid in place of the black bowl.


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Memory is a fascinating thing. :)
Well, in this case it could be not a question of memory but perhaps of perspective, mh? ;)

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Memory is a fascinating thing. :)


Yes, I may be projecting a bit there...

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fireproof wrote:
EdLee wrote:
Wikipedia says Kubo & the 2 Strings is 3D stop motion -- does that mean claymation ? No CG, all done by hand (literally) ?!


Not claymation, but little 3-d puppets -- there's an interesting video here:

[youtube]https://youtu.be/plXmbLAUTRg[/youtube]

They have a great demonstration of how the puppets are made, or how motion works, at the end of each of their films (I'm thinking of Paranorman and Boxtrolls, and Coraline in particular).



When I saw this in the theatre, I assumed it was computer animated because of the incredible job they did with the detail of the art. After a while I started to notice that the frame rate was slower than standard, making the individual frames visible when there was quick motion on screen. Then I spent the rest of the movie marveling that it was stop-motion!

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