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2021.12.02 13:00 AcademicActivity4636 Shadow questions.

I'm still pretty green with composites, so please be patient.
I rendered a small spaceship with alpha in c4d. I'm making a composition where it flies across my desk. It looks good so far, but I need a shadow.
I used a makeshift "hdri" using the video footage in a luminance channel to light the scene. Apparently it didn't cast a shadow onto my shadow catcher material.
Now that I'm in after effects I'm trying to make a shadow. What is the easiest way to get a shadow?
Track the ship...attach data to a null and pickwhip shadow plug in to the null position data?
Re-render in c4d?😪
Can I add a light in c4d to cause a shadow, and then bring the scene into AE with cineware to create a shadow in AE?
is probably my best stuff so far, so I want to see it through the right way. That said, I would love not rendering for another full day.
Thanks in advance!
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2021.12.02 13:00 MatchCaster [Pre-Match thread] Newcastle vs Burnley

[Premier League - 2021/2022] Newcastle - Burnley Match Info
Date: December 04, 2021
Time: 15:00 (Europe/London)
Venue: St. James' Park
Head to Head

Date Result Competition
25.08.2021 18:45 Newcastle 0-0 Burnley League Cup
11.04.2021 11:00 Burnley 1-2 Newcastle Premier League
03.10.2020 19:00 Newcastle 3-1 Burnley Premier League
29.02.2020 15:00 Newcastle 0-0 Burnley Premier League
14.12.2019 15:00 Burnley 1-0 Newcastle Premier League
Team Statistics
Games Played 4 5 9
Wins 0 0 0
Draws 2 2 4
Loss 2 3 5
Goals For 7 4 11
Goals Against 10 10 20
Goals For 1.8 0.8 1.2
Goals Against 2.5 2.0 2.2
Games Played 4 5 9
Wins 0 0 0
Draws 2 2 4
Loss 2 3 5
Goals For 2 5 7
Goals Against 4 11 15
Goals For 0.5 1.0 0.8
Goals Against 1.0 2.2 1.7
Recent form
Newcastle: DLLDDL
Burnley: DLDDLL
# Team GP W D L GF GA GD P
1 Chelsea 14 10 3 1 33 6 +27 33
2 Manchester City 14 10 2 2 29 8 +21 32
3 Liverpool 14 9 4 1 43 12 +31 31
4 West Ham 14 7 3 4 25 17 +8 24
5 Arsenal 13 7 2 4 15 17 -2 23
6 Wolves 14 6 3 5 12 12 0 21
7 Brighton 14 4 7 3 13 15 -2 19
8 Leicester 14 5 4 5 22 25 -3 19
9 Tottenham 12 6 1 5 11 17 -6 19
10 Manchester United 13 5 3 5 21 22 -1 18
11 Brentford 13 4 4 5 17 17 0 16
12 Crystal Palace 14 3 7 4 19 20 -1 16
13 Aston Villa 14 5 1 8 19 23 -4 16
14 Everton 14 4 3 7 17 24 -7 15
15 Southampton 14 3 6 5 13 20 -7 15
16 Leeds 14 3 6 5 13 20 -7 15
17 Watford 14 4 1 9 19 26 -7 13
18 Burnley 13 1 7 5 14 20 -6 10
19 Norwich 14 2 4 8 8 28 -20 10
20 Newcastle 14 0 7 7 16 30 -14 7
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2021.12.02 13:00 Windy_Tech Renewable Energy Workers are Sucked Dry and Burned Out. The Industry is in Crisis.

In 2020, I travelled. While most of North America sheltered at home, many unwilling to even venture out for groceries, I boarded a dozen flights and drove well into the five-figures of mileage around the continent. While crowds raged about having to wear a mask and skip yoga, I crossed international borders constantly. No vaccines available yet, no time off for reflection on circumstances, nothing but work. Quite frankly, the pandemic never existed for me beyond lineups at grocery stores early on. I didn’t have the time to notice it. While this sounds like a fantasy life to many, it quickly becomes a nightmare with a steep cost attached.
In 2021 my travel increased, criss-crossing more than 17 states and provinces. By summer, I had completely burned out. I had been home to see my family once, for a week, in eleven months. My average work week was in excess of 65 hours. Rarely in one place for more than a day or two severely degraded my diet by virtue of living on fast food, and with it went my physical and mental health. Due to the remoteness of wind sites, my average daily commute was an hour in each direction, pushing hours “worked” well above 70.
I am a travelling wind turbine technician, and my situation is not an outlier. These conditions were not exacerbated by the pandemic, they have been the norm for many years. Across the industry, my co-workers are walking away from their careers and either returning to old trades or taking up new ones - rather than continue working in conditions which are borderline exploitative in what they demand from us. Wind is an industry where multiple 18 hour shifts in a row are not uncommon, where months at a time away from family and only a few days at home with them throughout the year is the norm. Safety, despite frequent claims about improvements, falls to the wayside as deadlines fall months into the past, fatalities and maimings on construction sites continue to occur - just ask RES Americas. Quality of workmanship is a concept, but certainly not one often seen in the field under pressure.
This is an industry with a 32 month attrition rate of skilled field workers in excess of 90%. It takes at least a year to train someone new to the industry to a competent level, longer for specialized roles such as blade repair or turbine commissioning. And yet, the industry is one of the fastest growing in North America and will continue to grow exponentially for years to come - if projections regarding the scale of rollout to decarbonize our grid are to be believed.
Is this a sustainable state of affairs?
Can companies continue to grind experienced technicians into dust, via sub-standard compensation and outrageous hours worked, when the need for tacit knowledge in this has never been greater? Taking anyone with a pulse, regardless of skills or competency, is hardly a recipe for success - and yet that is exactly the level to which most of the OEM’s and Installation Contractors have been dragged into due to their own HR policies. I have encountered fresh techs on install projects who were unaware of what basic tools such as channel-locks or torque wrenches were, let alone how to properly use them. An improperly torqued electrical connection will turn a $4M turbine into a very expensive candle surprisingly fast.
We build and service generating stations, not condos. We are assembling 100 ton+ components 80m-140m in the air, abseiling down blades on ropes to use grinding tools inches from our faces, working with systems which push 34Kv+ through them, and risking hydraulic injections while troubleshooting an errant pressure fault. A moment of ignorance or incompetence, in Wind, will kill yourself or someone you see every day.
Yet, we are witnessing a race to the bottom, on all fronts. Most manufacturers are failing to turn any profit, despite the renewables industry being in a boom such as it has never seen before and order backlogs doubling annually. All companies combined cannot supply sufficient product to meet demand in the USA alone. As such, one need only look at the consistent quarterly losses sustained by giants such as Siemens-Gamesa & GE, the issues at Vestas, or the hard restructuring of Enercon last year, to observe that something is clearly very wrong systemically.
Is an industry, which cannot turn a profit and is hemorrhaging workers during the largest multi-year boom period it has ever experienced, sustainable?
There are likely less than a thousand individuals in North America with these skills, tickets, and breadth of training / experience. I have worked with skilled technicians brought over from Poland and Romania to desperately try and fill the labor gap. Yet, despite this shortage, we are worked like a dog with little reward. Merchant Mariners receive a more balanced work/home rotation than any wind technician. As a technician you are required to become troubleshooting professionals in hydraulic, electrical, and mechanical simultaneously within months - and you will be paid less than a first-year apprentice in any single trade for that privilege of stress.
If a person with these skills decides to leave permanently, and ply them in a registered trade elsewhere, their compensation would immediately increase by more than $10/hr on average - yet they cannot because they gain no apprenticeship hours working in this industry. While on paper my annual gross income is certainly not inconsiderable, 60% of my annual comes from the excessive overtime. Banks will rarely consider overtime when applying for products such as mortgages, and require higher downpayments if they do.
Building wind turbines is extremely rewarding, we are contributing to improving the planet - rather than harming it or simply extracting wealth from the backs of others. Unfortunately we cannot buy a house, or find time for hobbies, or maintain a relationship, by capitalizing on feeling good about our jobs. Love of the job does not buy these things. I am very tired, my coworkers are very tired, we have collectively spent far too many years on the road rather than with our loved ones. The response from management, time and again, remains “Then quit, there’s warm bodies waiting to replace you” - despite a widespread labor shortage which directly contradicts this. We cannot hire anyone for love or money, right now, and we need thousands of competent technicians to meet projected industry growth targets through 2025.
Unless this industry seriously looks at how it treats and compensates its workers, it will continue to lose talent until there is none left. For an industry reliant on tacit knowledge, this is a grim outlook. Given the necessity of a rapid transition to renewable energy, to avoid the collapse of our planetary biosphere, we have very little time to make considerable structural changes before a manpower shortage threatens both their contractual commitments and our collective futures.
Personally, I've already quit. I've done this for five years and it's not getting any better, there's more important things in life than money (like seeing my family more than four or five weeks a year) and the money here isn't even good.
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2021.12.02 13:00 UpvoteBeast I've been using defi for a year now. Here's my take on the Good, Bad, and Ugly of Defi

The Good
No more <1% interest rates, no more management fees, no more discrimination, no more paperwork, and no more long lines. And you can actually beat inflation with passive income and living off of interest. Bonus points because you can do so while being invested in crypto.
With Defi you can Be Your Own Bank and do most things that a financial institution would do without getting discriminated and without paying someone to give you access. In addition, because defi is open-sourced and collaborative, it works like Legos—dapps building on top of one another. This makes defi hyper-efficient unlike traditional finance, which is inherently closed in nature.
The Bad
Banks exist for a reason. It's not easy to 'Be Your Own Bank'. It's not easy to set up all these accounts and manage multiple assets across a number of platforms. And—when I first used it—Defi wasn't very user-friendly at all. Here's what I had to do:

  1. Buy a stablecoin from a centralized exchange
  2. Trade the stablecoin for the gas token (ETH for Ethereum, MATIC for Polygon, etc.)
  3. Install a Web3 wallet (then for Metamask, you had to manually add the network details)
  4. Secure the private key
  5. Send token to Web3 wallet (did a test transaction first, as always!)
  6. Connect Web3 wallet to the dapps I was using
  7. Approve the tokens in the dapp
  8. Swap, deposit, and finally do defi things
It took me 2 hours to set up a Web3 wallet for the first time (takes me 5 mins now). On the early days, you didn't have on-ramps yet for networks like Polygon so the initial onboarding was expensive. I avoided most of the fees by going to BSC first and then bridging to Polygon, which involves extra steps like buying BNB > sending it to wallet > setting up a bridge dapp > sending BNB from BSC to Polygon > approving the unwrapped BNB > unwrapping the BNB > swapping coins/tokens
Another difficulty of being your own bank is that you're solely responsible for managing your assets now. So when crypto crashed in May, I had to manage my positions. I remember being quite frantic, moving all of my assets—spread around multiple dapps—and also rushing to funnel money in to manage my positions.
Of course, I was never in any REAL danger, per se. I think I was ~20% away from paying liquidation fees at that time; but that was pretty much the floor amount of risk that I wanted to be in. Still, if I wasn't actively managing my positions, I would've been punished when the market continued to crash. If I wasn't online--for example, if I was out on vacation--then, quite frankly, I'd be royally f*cked.
The Ugly
A study recently came out that ~50% Liquidity pool (LP) providers using Uniswap were at a net loss while participating in a LP compared to if they just held their assets. This is because of impermanent loss. I reckon, this would also translate to most of Defi at its current state.
Impermanent loss is a major issue in Defi and also one that newcomers will typically be encounter. And it’s hard to spot also because you aren’t always losing money. Sometimes, you would’ve just been better off putting your money elsewhere.
I realized this when I was using the SOL-RAY pool while on the Solana ecosystem. This was around July to October when Solana had its run up. LPs are actually great if the market isn’t pumping. I wish I knew this earlier because when Solana did pump, despite earning 70% APY on the LP fees, I was actually down $200 had I just held SOL, which did a 8x while RAY only did a 4x.
And the current state of Defi is undeniably unsustainable. The way most of it works is that protocols incentivize users with high rates but high rates are only possible with high inflation. High rates will cause high demand, because everyone wants a piece of the pie, and high demands inflates the price. At first, this makes it seem like a good opportunity (because price is rising while rates are high) but eventually, rates will decrease because there’s more users to distribute awards to. And when that happens, users leave.
The people who benefit from these trends are the people who made it in early, while people left holding the bag get rekt. While I don’t see anything inherently wrong with this—I mean, technically early birds should get the most rewards since they’re the ones who took most of the risks—protocols and users who are late to the party are at the mercy of these nomadic farmers who come and go. Most protocols end up being in no-man’s land after a few months and users always have to be on the move.
Sticking to the theme of Defi user being farmers, Defi is currently at an era of nomadic pastoralism and needs to adopt sustainable agriculture practices.
Silver Lining
Defi is young and rapidly changing. Developers and users are aware of the problems and innovation is always seeking to find solutions.
There’s a movement in the space referred to as Defi 2.0, which revamps the current model in a way that still makes Defi fair and decentralized, while also making protocols less reliant on users who come and go.
It’s also getting easier to use and a bunch of protocols are being created to broaden the spectrum for those who prefer to have more security (of course, at the expense of trade offs in rewards).
When in doubt, zoom out. And looking at the world of Defi as we know it today, It’s really only just been 2-3 years. Since then, the Defi ecosystem has grown to an estimated $250B + in total value locked. Imagine what it can accomplish in the next few years.
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