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Polytopia
 
I have been wondering lately on the actualization of the web’s nervous system, especially...
From Wildcat
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“I woke up as the sun was reddening; and that was the one distant time in my life, the strangest moment of all, when I didn’t know who I was – I was far away from home, haunted and tired with travel, in a cheap hotel room I’d never seen, hearing the hiss of steam outside, and the creak of the old wood of the hotel, and the footsteps...
From hodus_anseed
"Forget Jurassic Park, forget digging through fossilized and shredded remnants of DNA. With modern informatics algorithms and the vast database of genomes gathered by robotic sequencers, we are able to travel back in genetic time. We can statistically infer the genome of any common ancestor of any surviving group of organisms. We can even...
From michaelerule
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I had an interview and some artworks published in Luminous Magazine Issue #2 recently, here is the last question and my answer to it: You have stated that you believe art will save the world. How do you see this occurring in day-to-day life? This is a complex multi-faceted question and there are so many different ways to answer it. For one...
From feanne
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From Andy Gilmore
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Larsen = son + énergie +boucle clef de sol = son yin et yang = énergie infini = Boucle om =...
From wedz
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Project:
Polytopia
"A century ago, most of the world's premier observatories sat atop hills just a brisk walk from their home institutions. But no more. These days the Big Eyes of astronomy crown some of the most remote and hard-to-reach spots on Earth: from Mauna Kea in Hawaii to Cerro Pachón in to Chile to Las Palmas in the Canary Islands to Concordia...
From gamma
Shoreline poison The Blues Swamp Thing Acid Bubblegum Expresso Random abstract landscapes created with layers of acrylic, ink, water, gravity, and air over time on synthetic water color paper, then digitally enhanced and printed on high quality metallic photo paper. Selling prints on Etsy!
From spiritform
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If human beings could actually endure biological degradation, could we establish a different relationship with death, understanding it as a choice rather than a fate? It seems this would definately mean the creation of a whole new species, where the term human would make sense no more. In fact, death would become even more daunting and...
From carlos
 
As technology has become more and more advanced and increasingly prevalent in our lives, we...
From ahmattox
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Traditionally music is analyzed as - pitches, which sum together to make - tones, which are sequenced together to make - rhythm These divisions are artificial and restrict the range of sounds which can be produced. We want to create a new composition environment within which musicians can manipulate the perceptual objects in music in an...
From michaelerule
 
Aliens are watching us toil.
From samuel-gerard
 
From telepresent
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Project:
Polytopia
Paul Virilio "One of the major problems now facing political as well as military strategists is the phenomenon of immediacy, of instantaneity. For `real time' now takes precedence over real space, now dominates the planet. The primacy of real time, of immediacy, over space is an accomplished fact, and it is an inaugural one. A recent...
From HackerLastPip
 
a compilation of some experiments by Daniel Piker : click here some patterns used... ......
From marianne
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http://www.pablovalbuena.com/ nuts
From Scatt3rBra1n
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From Wildcat
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I've been working for a while with Processing. Most of my recent work with the language has...
From ahmattox
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From wordofcommand
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From wordofcommand
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http://www.datavisualization.ch/ The world’s eyes From the Senseable City Lab of MIT comes this interactive visualization displaying geotagged Flickr photos on a map.
From alert
 
Perspective makes the single eye the center of the visible world. Everything converges on to the...
From Rourke
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If the day ever comes, there would be countless designers out of the tee shirt business.
From pacocamino
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Project:
The Total Library
 
"There are certain writers whose thought is so important that it doesn't matter whether you...
From Wildcat
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The internet provides some fantastically powerful ways to aggregate vast pools of knowledge and...
From carel
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From Andy Gilmore
Project:
Polytopia
 
And yet the future is already in our midst; it is the extending tendrils of a past, laying ahead of...
From Xaos
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From pointlessjon
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From Andy Gilmore
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Click the link^
From Scatt3rBra1n
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Video Craze (8bit & chiptune mix) by mexist
From vicente
 
When dimensions are understood as mere components of the grid system, rather than physical...
From nagash
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Project:
Polytopia
 
Voice: Alan Watts
From Rourke
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Project:
The Total Library
 
Grapholectic Thought and the Fallacy of Misplaced Concreteness --- published in full at...
From Rourke
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This is a recent image, I am trying to create humans within their own geometric spaces. Memories of...
From abhominal
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In Jeffer R. Weeks book he presented a hyperbolic surface which can not be folded to the plane....
From edanet
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I realize that this is a fantastical idea, but I would love to hear other peoples thoughts and knowledge in pursuit of expanding this idea. Don't be afraid to throw out wild ideas. Shooting for the stars will allow you to hit the moon. In order for one object to pass through another, all the negative space between the particles of each solid...
From innovativeedge
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Last month, with the celebration of the third group's birthday, the people from the spanish...
From eyeclipse
 
I beg for your apologize as a smaller form of forgiveness for using too much the I in the next...
From aeonbeat
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3.0 for 2008 - Newly Revised Edition Created by Karl Fisch, and modified by Scott McLeod;...
From eyeclipse
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In Search of Lost Time or Remembrance of Things Past (French: À la recherche du temps perdu) is a semi-autobiographical novel in seven volumes by Marcel Proust. His most prominent work, it is popularly known for its extended length and the notion of involuntary memory, the most famous example being the "episode of the madeleine". The...
From trubers
 
Afflictions for Cybernetic society Deep brain stimulation mood modulation dependence High...
From michaelerule
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The Klein Bottle experimental house design by McBride Charles Ryan started as a sphere but, as is...
From nagash
Project:
The Voyager update project
 
While researching Cosmic Background Radiation, I can across a few sound clips. They are a...
From fredjc
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Out of this World Pictures: First Direct Photos of Exoplanets Two groups of researchers...
From Hasan
 
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randoms that i like :)
From Scatt3rBra1n
 
i saw it once on Late Night with carson daly and NEEDED it haha <3 p.s you should get it...
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I'm Endlessly amazed :) more here -->
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