I think i will have to think about the space program again. it seems too loose
From sarahs 3
Here's a more down-to-earth investigation of an already existing model for a space colony...
An episode of This American Life from 2002, investigating life on an aircraft carrier.
Vernor Vinge, references from Rene:
It makes a difference to conduct experiments on yourself and to experience it yourself, as opposed to reading about someone else's experiences. Here's my plan for this month:
1. Visual Deprivation
Single non-vision In-Progress
Under two conditions:
With two variables:
A confusing reading... A Thousand Plateaus but I really liked getting carried away by chapter six, "How do you become a Body without Organs?"
Deleuze and Guattari were way too abstract so I broke it down to what I'd like to get from it. I came up with two ways to look at it:
1. The body is the Mind
2. The body is our Posthuman...
Cosmos: A Personal Voyage is the name of a thirteen-part television series written by Carl Sagan, Ann Druyan, and Steven Soter, with Sagan as global presenter. It is executive-produced by Adrian Malone, produced by David Kennard, Geoffrey Haines-Stiles and Gregory Andorfer, and directed by the producers and David Oyster, Richard Wells, Tom...
From josh 4 comments12
Project: Studio Lynn, Vienna
wow look at this exosceleton
What do I want individuals to feel? What aspects of nature do I want them to experience so that I can convey my personal ties and attractions to the natural world?
Do I want [them] to play with sand and let it trickle through my fingers? Do i want to play with a clump of dirt - roll it a ball in my hand and then break up it again - how can I...
What types of technology already exist that could provide alternatives to heating and cooling that require a closed, 'controllable' environment to function?
Any ideas? These are a few I have brainstormed
Ideally the technology used adopts a relatively seamless or invisible connectivity to the user - hopefully easily forgotten as it does not...