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Studio Lynn, Vienna
 
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Design Media Arts at UCLA
 
A Nasa spacecraft able to drill thru the ground, similar to the ones in the movie 'Amagadon', but...
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Design Media Arts at UCLA
 
(Apologies for the fuzzy images. My scanner at home is dead, so I had to shoot these with a...
From kbug
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Design Media Arts at UCLA
 
"All things have an ultimate nature. A real existence that ordinary people's...
From muskan
 
One station is basically one continuous space, differentiated into zones by the ceiling. I...
From Lisa Sommerhuber
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Studio Lynn, Vienna
 
From iPenguin
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Design Media Arts at UCLA
 
Conceptual: Nature is a place where one can release their inner energy It is an escape from the...
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Cymatics, originally named 'Kymatik' in the title of Hans Jenny's books, is the study of wave...
From Counterform
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Studio Lynn, Vienna
 
I think i will have to think about the space program again. it seems too loose
From sarahs
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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:
From jetonski
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 Double non-vision Under two conditions: Rested Sleep deprived With two variables: ...
From Xarene
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Design Media Arts at UCLA
 
Why are we going to space? To save ourselves, to save our humanity and in turn to save our...
From daniel
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...
From Xarene
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Design Media Arts at UCLA
 
knowledge/resources/energy/happiness/pain(emotions)/evolution/purebred/muts/integration...
From petergng
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Design Media Arts at UCLA
 
"The Primitive Hut for the 21st Century aims to combine the essential elements of...
From daniel
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Design Media Arts at UCLA
 
Water Bringing the essence of water into space Water is… wet, liquid, sensual, powerful,...
From rbirla
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Design Media Arts at UCLA
 
DESIGN COLONY SKETCH Incorporating organic architecture from coral reef colonies and...
From shaunwe
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Design Media Arts at UCLA
 
Miccorhizae within Plants Myccorhizae (bacteria) forming root nodules maintains a...
From henrys
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Design Media Arts at UCLA
 
Gregor Mendel's work provided the first firm basis for the idea that heredity occurred in...
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Design Media Arts at UCLA
 
Variation Evolution consists of two basic types of processes: those that introduce new genetic...
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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
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Studio Lynn, Vienna
 
wow look at this exosceleton requiem_robot_antunez
From juliak
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Design Media Arts at UCLA
 
beehive- each spore contains one of five elements of nature, come and go as you please. upon...
From csayeghh
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Design Media Arts at UCLA
 
From lhogberg
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Studio Lynn, Vienna
 
http://www.soundsofsilence.de/ a more recent example of layered distances in...
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Design Media Arts at UCLA
 
HUBERT DUPRAT AQUATIC CADDIS-FLY LARVAE WITH CASE 1980-2002 Animal as artist? The Aquatic...
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Design Media Arts at UCLA
 
imagine possessing the freedom to let go of all inhibitions, all forces tying you down to your feet...
From kbrinsho
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Design Media Arts at UCLA
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...
From henrys
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Design Media Arts at UCLA
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...
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Design Media Arts at UCLA
 
L.A. Times review on Open House at Art Center: Vitra Design Museum: Architecture...
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Studio Lynn, Vienna
 
From bixar
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Studio Lynn, Vienna
 
by redrawing the section diagramms, I regonized different spacial qualities qualities:...
From juliak
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Design Media Arts at UCLA
 
I think this CD becomes immersive for the person experiencing these sounds outside of the place...
From daniel
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Studio Lynn, Vienna
 
on earth i can use the landscape as outside elements but in space there has to be an atmospheric...
From sarahs
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Studio Lynn, Vienna
 
trying with textured elements trying to make the pattern 3d always the question of how...
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make something which experiences, reacts to its environment, changes, is non-stable... ... make something indeterminate, which always looks different, the shape of which cannot be predicted precisely... ... make something which cannot 'perform' without the assistance of its environment... ... make something which reacts to light and temperature...
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"Sachs has played a key role in transforming the contemporary mood of pessimism into a...
From joakim
A documentary from Channel 4. Commentaries on the film: "Scientific consensus: the starting point of debate" "Keep politics out of science – and vice versa" "Apocalypse My Arse" "Don't let truth stand in the way of a red-hot debunking of climate change"
From joakim
"Take the case of courage. No quality has ever so much addled the brains and tangled the definitions of merely rational sages. Courage is almost a contradiction in terms. It means a strong desire to live taking the form of a readiness to die. "He that will lose his life, the same shall save it," is not a piece of mysticism for...
From joakim
- Gilbert Keith Chesterton
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Studio Lynn, Vienna
 
further soft/hard core relation samples
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