The ‘Oceanwings’ is a swimsuit designed by Aqua Lung and takes it’s cues from skydiving wingsuits. There’s a video demo of it here, but I think it would benefit significantly from some kind of propulsion. Although I guess speed isn’t everything…
- Adam

The ‘Oceanwings’ is a swimsuit designed by Aqua Lung and takes it’s cues from skydiving wingsuits. There’s a video demo of it here, but I think it would benefit significantly from some kind of propulsion. Although I guess speed isn’t everything…

- Adam

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Tuesday 23 April, 2013

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- Aidan

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Monday 22 April, 2013
There’s a weekends work here. If at least one person appreciates the work that’s gone into this, I will have achieved.
Thank you and goodnight.
- Adam

There’s a weekends work here. If at least one person appreciates the work that’s gone into this, I will have achieved.

Thank you and goodnight.

- Adam

Chris Hughes has been buying used cameras that still have film in them. It’s like forgetting what’s on a roll of film and developing it but 100 times better. (via)

- Aidan

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Saturday 20 April, 2013
Carrilho da Graça - 
Pedestrian Bridge Over The Carpinteira Stream - 2009
Funky, check his other stuff out.
- Adam

Carrilho da Graça - 

Pedestrian Bridge Over The Carpinteira Stream - 2009

Funky, check his other stuff out.

- Adam

From the same guys as the Everything perfume, a physical representation of one pixel. Also in SD, 720, 2K and 4K resolutions. 

- Aidan

The European Extremely Large Telescope (E-ELT), with a main mirror 39 metres in diameter, will be the world’s biggest eye on the sky when it becomes operational early in the next decade”

Aside from the having a most unimaginative title, this looks like it could be the shit. Still, it could have been the ‘Overwhelmingly Large Telescope’, which was planned to be around 100m in diameter. Also, for context, the lower photo is the proposed site, and depicts some of the view. (source)

- Adam

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Wednesday 17 April, 2013
Presenting data in a new way is much more interesting when you didn’t even think there was data there to represent. Four Seasons by Vivaldi. (via)  - Aidan

Presenting data in a new way is much more interesting when you didn’t even think there was data there to represent. Four Seasons by Vivaldi. (via

- Aidan

Just a quick one tonight, you may have already seen him and his stuff, but, this dude is an inspiration to us all. Check out more crazy Norwegian shit on his channel

-Adam

Distance to Mars

Definitely worth a look.

- Aidan

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Sunday 14 April, 2013
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