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Gotu Kola powder German Chamomile flower powder Tulsi powder Juniper...
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body wrap spa: Xanadu
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be prepared for our conceptart workshop...
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I CREATED MY POD PROJECT ASSUMING THAT WE WOULD NOT HAVE CREATED GRAVITY IN SPACE. I'M WARMING UP TO THE IDEA OF FLOATING AROUND BUT I WOULD ALSO LIKE TO HAVE THE OPTION OF BEING HELD IN PLACE INSIDE A PERSONAL POD. THE ENVIRONMENT/ ROOMS WILL BE SCREEN BASED AND INTERACTIVE, TACTILE MULTI TOUCH INGTERFACES. PEOPLE CAN MANIPULATE THEIR...
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In my research and my personal life I try to explore what I don't know. In my research I've found...
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An idea. clicky, clicky.
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I am agnostic more than atheistic, but I agree with this video that there might be some confusion existing in religion. I get confused when I talk with my mum over the long distance phone call... how about something passed down hundreds of generations.
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Edward Leedscalnin presentation
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Oakland Bridge Collapse The portion of one of Oakland's bridges that recently collapsed is...
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Water fx reel
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RealFlow test
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Baileys' Zero Gravity Bar
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OVERVIEW In our day-to-day lives, sound is interpreted as auditory information generated from...
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I was just thinking of places and our feelings and memories that are conjured up when we go to those places. In a airplane I feel a little anxious in the beginning, but then above the cities and clouds I get very reflective. Reflecting on the life that exists below on the surface. Actually I think anytime you are overlooking a city you get a...
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Roy Ascott is a visiting professor for Design|Media Arts at UCLA, a pioneer of telematic art, and a seminal theorist in the field of new media. Syncretic Reality and the Technoetic Universe The convergence of silicon-dry computational systems and wet biological processes provides new media for all creative fields. The human mind and telematic...
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So, I kind of overheard about this "secret" thing, kinda heard Oprah saying something about it. Having a clean house you can have a better life or something. Well I decided to find out what this whole thing is about. It's about the Law of Attraction. Here is the first 20 minutes of the docufilm: In a way it's related to what I was...
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Part 1 of 4 Documentary about Nikola Tesla
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So, for the past few hours I've been researching metaphysics, quantum physics, secret societies, mind control, teleportation, and Nikola Tesla. My objective is to find the relation to memory and to make a respective project. The first film is a montage put together by a student with many clips from Waking Life and What the Bleep Do We...
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So, I had just wrote a whole entry about the refinement of people and their consequent evolution in...
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DYNAMIC SCULPTURE Sachiko Kodama This work is conceptualized as an "organic tower." The magnetic fluid, with a smooth black surface that seems to draw you in, reaches the top of the tower, spreading like a fractal, defying gravity. The form and texture of the physical surface of the tower constantly alter between the hard iron...
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2002 M.I.T. FLUID MOTION EXPERIMENT A fluorocarbon-based ferrofluid, with about 400-G saturation magnetization and low field magnetic susceptibility of 3, is placed within a glass Hele-Shaw cell of 1.1-mm gap. Magnetic fields are applied that have in-plane clockwise rotating and dc axial magnetic fields.
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INTERACTIVE INSTALLATION Sachiko Kodama + Minako Takeno Protrude Flow expresses the dynamics of fluid motion of physical material, the dynamics of organic, wild shapes and movements of liquid by means of digital computer control. Protrude Flow uses magnetic fluid, sound, and moving images. Affected by the sounds and spectators' voices in...
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Scientists have discovered a planet of similar size and temperature in space. It could be the next best hope of finding life in our universe. Super Earth
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Images from test shots done underwater. Photos shot with Canon point and shoot digital camera with...
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light to dark little to large invisible to visible narrow to wide cloudy to clear intangible to tangible quiet to loud soft to hard hot to cold closed to open off to on stop to go slow to fast pause to play full to empty in to out more to less up to down left to right departing to...
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Weisser Körperfächer (White Body Fan), 1972 Einhorn (Unicorn), 1970 + Handschuhfinger...
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The real naturalization of terrritory (Barcelona) by: Vicente Guallart
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Bubble Inspiration: to provide myself with a little food for thought i decided to rig up an air pump (with an intensity dial) inside a tank filled with water and film the creation of bubbles from their birth inside the hose to their disintegration or merging with the air. static bubbles with strobe:
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Tools from David Cronenberg's Dead Ringer (1988) Tools that are for specific use may sometimes...
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vast /væst, vɑst/ [vast, vahst] adjective 1. of very great area or extent; immense:...
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I've begun to do more extensive research on ways of detection. One obiouvse option would be working with an Arduino and would make a lot of sense because it integrates with processing. Microsoft seems to be working on a similar project under the name Wasp which boasts integration of such things like GPS and image capture. This devise uses...
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beijing olympic stadium tree house underground house
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I strongly oppose attachment to ground. By becoming locked in our position, we become dependent on...
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Once again, Chris Marker, and amazing, take a look...
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Part 1/3 Directed by Chris Marker A short french film about memory, time, and perception. "Nothing tells memories from ordinary moments, only afterwards do they claim rememberance on account of their scars."
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I came across these by accident while browsing through Wired.com: + Hyper Space Couture Design Contest + Party in a NASA Hangar Really, quite amazing how commercial the space frontier is becoming...
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I just watched all 6 of the movies on the space collective homepage and while most of it was inspiring, I found some of it kind of scary. One of the clips even has a picture from an incident that happened 2 days ago, that was fast. It makes me think that the people who created those videos are leaning on the pessimistic side which inherently does...
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Bubble Painting
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Universialization could be the new globalization... Survival, and Growth.
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Light Therapy for Space
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Arthur C. Clarke once wrote that new ideas pass through three periods: * "It can't be done." * "It probably can be done, but it's not worth doing." * "I knew it was a good idea all along!" Bruce Mau Design An Incomplete Manifesto for Growth 3. Process is more important than outcome. When the...
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