XboxScreens.com the only place on the internet for Xbox One and Xbox 360 Splash Screens. You know, the screens that pop up on your Xbox One before the game loads. Xbox Screens has many of the splash screens and loading screens from the most popular games. Some of the images (the Xbox 360 splash screens in particular) make great wallpapers for your desktop.
Each image page on XboxScreens.com has a full HD 1920 x 1080 picture. And after some diligent searching, none of the splash screens have so far been found anywhere else, making them exclusive to XboxScreens.
If you are looking for HD wallpapers from Xbox One or Xbox 360 Backward Compatible games, hit up XboxScreens.com. They update their website with new splash screens as they come in.
In the 1960’s, comedian Benny Hill made Yakety Sax famous. He made it so famous, he practically stole credit for the song’s existence. Most people hear Yakety Sax and think “The Benny Hill Theme”. The song has become so popularly associated with high-speed antics that video makers often seek to use the Benny Hill Theme for their background music. What these producers often don’t know, is the Benny Hill Theme is not royalty-free or public domain. This means you would have to pay for a license to use Yakety Sax in your original video. Continue reading →
Today’s grudge match is between two precooling pugilists. In the red (and blue, based on the logo design) corner, we have the MACS Cooler (designed by Scott Hawkins). In the white corner, the Jet Precooler (by “Banana” Jeff Still). We’ll look at a variety of factors to determine who has the better precooling machine. Round 1, fight! Continue reading →
Hidden images in company logos are not new. From the hidden chocolate kiss in the Hershey’s Kisses logo to the “31” in the Baskin-Robbins logo, and many more in between, clever graphic designers have been sneaking things into company logos for years.
Well a new hidden image has been found in the iconic Hot Wheels logo. It had gone unnoticed for about 5 years. But one clever blogger discovered it recently. The image craftily hidden in the Hot Wheels logo is that of a tire. The tire is standing vertical and appears to be ready to roll to the right. Do you see it?
I’ve compiled a list of valuable resources regarding the produce cooling industry (pre-cooling). Some of the equipment used and techniques for precooling fresh fruits and vegetables. Visit these links for more information. Continue reading →
In the broader field of Agriculture, and the more specific sector of postharvest production, precooling is a key step to extend shelf life. Without precooling, many produce varieties would rot before making it to market. But what is precooling? It’s simple. Continue reading →
MACS Coolers are automated produce cooling systems (precoolers). MACS stands for (Modular Automated Cooling System). They are designed to quickly cool fresh fruits and vegetables. Precooling is an important part of the postharvest phase of agriculture, as it extends the shelf life of fresh produce. After the fruits and veggies are picked, they begin to deteriorate immediately. It’s critical then to get them cooled as soon as possible. Here is where the MACS Cooler enters the picture.Continue reading →
In addition to the already announced Xbox 360, PS3, Wii, Wii U, and 3DS versions, you can add Xbox One and PS4 to the list of systems that will allow you to swap parts to create the ultimate Skylander.