When Apple announced that their new line of MacBook Pros were going to have a touch bar that would adjust itself per the need of the program that’s currently active, people were skeptical yet interested. It seemed like a fascinating concept that would allow for greater control of your work, such as in Photoshop, iMovie, ProTools, etc… But what if you could run a program directly through the touch bar itself?
YouTuber diffractive – b3ll tested that out and found that, yes, you can in fact run a program through that bar, although it looks rather ridiculous. Case in point, he ran the 1993 sci-fi/horror FPS classic Doom through the bar and played it at some ridiculously wide resolution. I saw one YouTube comment suggest that it was 21:9, although we all know how reliable those comments are.
To be completely honest, I can barely make heads or tails as to what’s going on in the touch bar. I recognize when a door opens but that’s really about it. If someone manages to beat the entire game using that screen, then I’ll be very impressed!
AROUND THE WEB
Linda Hamilton is Back as Sarah Connor in ‘Terminator 6’!
Bill Skarsgård Reveals “Disturbing” Flashback Scene Cut from ‘IT’
Everything We Know About David Gordon Green’s ‘Halloween’
The Classic Ghostface Mask Returns in Season 3 of MTV’s “Scream”!
[Review] ‘Gerald’s Game’ Hits ‘Misery’ Levels of Cringe-worthy Tension
FEATURED SHORT FILM
House Mother (Short Film) - Written and Directed by Andrew Bowser
"House Mother" features Barbara Crampton's first time playing a MONSTER! Check out the short film by Andrew Browser right here!Posted by Bloody Disgusting on Thursday, September 21, 2017