Chris Natt has created simulated mines to help train deminers - responding in a way similar to real explosives they give trainees a chance to accidentally detonate a mine without potentially losing a limb. (link) (via)
Slinky like light pattern in the blackness of moonlight sky produced by a time exposure of the light tipped rotor blades of a grounded helicopter as it takes off into the dark sky, Anacostia, MD, US, 1949
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Kudos to that.
One of the students I have been critiquing at LCA over the past year just held a blindfolded event - Imagined Heights - at a local gallery. It was perceptionally intense, full of curious little wonders and was all deep fried in mystery. Here’s some footage of the pre/post experience interviews, shot and edited by Charlie Dixon in conjunction with Envision. Good stuff.
Matt from work showed me this, and it’s pretty damned cool. (link)
Curious to see how much of your city would be destroyed by a nuclear weapon? Well now you can find out! (via)
Computer Vision constantly measures a red Siamese Fighting Fish, displaying its dimensions on a tablet.
Completed for Golan Levin’s Interactive Art and Computational Design course at Carnegie Mellon.
This is quite frankly, perfect.
Ever feel like you need some more man-points? Try shooting at your wife’s face. Just don’t forget to make her hold the bulletproof glass up first.
Oh, and in case you are wondering - the fair lady in this video gets man-points too.