Personal Climate Control, Lasers, and the Wild Future of Thermostats
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MIT Invents a Radical New Way to Heat Buildings: Spotlights That Follow You | MIT's Local Warming Concept is a hyper-localized blast of heat that follows a person around like a spotlight. MIT | WIRED.com
Stop wasting energy and... own your own sun?? @MITpics is building a "personal heating spotlight" called Local Warming, which will follow you beam infrared heat down. #DarkRoom #DarkRoomPros #tech #technology #3Dtech #3D #newtech #futuretech #filmtech #instatech #innovation #heat #globalwarming #climatechange #enegry #conservation
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A harbour seal floats majestically through a forest of kelp near San Diego. Taken by amateur photographer Kyle McBurnie, this shot won the National Geographic annual underwater photography contest for 2013.
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From: Best Underwater Photos of the Univ. of Miami Photo Contest 2013. This photo won Best Overall and is by Kyle McBurnie. Harbor seal (Phoca vitulina) in a kelp forest at Cortes bank, near San Diego.
The Rabbit by Collettivo Gelitin
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It's a giant bunny sculpture! You can see it on Google maps it's so big! I love it! After almost 5 years of knitting the rabbit found its final place in the Italian Alps
Check out this Huge Rabbit sculpture by Gelitin collective, near Artesina, in the Italian Alps - you can see it in Google maps
Giant knitted Rabbit sculpture by Gelitin collective, near Artesina, in the Italian Alps – you can see it in Google maps.
Old book smell.
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Old Book Smell - Did you know? Lignin, the stuff that prevents all trees from adopting the weeping habit, is a polymer made up of units that are closely related to vanillin. When made into paper and stored for years, it breaks down and smells good. Which is how divine providence has arranged for secondhand bookstores to smell like good quality vanilla absolute, subliminally stoking a hunger for knowledge in us all. -Perfume: The Guide
Old books smell awesome!
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Old book smell - half the reason I became a bookworm!
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Crows use tools, understand physics, and recognize themselves and humans. Given a complex problem and an assortment of tools, New Caledonian crows came up with a creative solution that hints at higher-order thinking.
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Called “feathered apes” for their simian like smarts, crows use tools, understand physics, and recognize themselves and humans. But new research suggests that the brainy birds may be even smarter than was previously thought. Given a complex problem and an assortment of tools, New Caledonian crows came up with a creative solution that hints at higher-order thinking…; and they used to say our ability to use tools is what separates humans from animals.
A Miniature City Built with Metal Typography
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Type City - Cityscape made from letter press type by Hong Seon Jang.
New York-based artist Hong Seon Jang re-imagines lead type letters as a sprawling metropolis reminiscent of his New York City home. His show, titled “Labyrinth” at David B Gallery in Denver, on view through through June 16th, will feature Jang’s mixed-media sculptures and this miniature cityscape formed from letterpress pieces.
Gay folk have been getting married for centuries. Maybe now it will come with actual rights.
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Tomado de FB: Arte Gay
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Do NOT Steal Mike's Bike
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random funny sign on the street
FUNNIEST NOTES TO BIKE THIEVES: http://thecyclingbug.co.uk/bugfeed/fixie/b/weblog/archive/2014/09/17/10-funniest-notes-to-bike-thieves.aspx?utm_source=Pinterest&utm_medium=Pinterest%20Post&utm_campaign=ad Having a bike stolen is one of the most devastating things that can happen to a cyclist, and when it does, some of us find the need to vent in a very public way.... #thecyclingbug #cycling #bike
Don't jack this kid's stuff.
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Alvin Lustig was a graphic designer working in the 1940s and 50's. This book cover was one of several exhibited at the California Design Review at LACMA.
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Alvin Lustig, A room with a view, 1946. http://www.designishistory.com/1940/alvin-lustig/ "Lustig would attempt to get a sense of the writers direction from reading the book and then translate it into his own graphic style (The previous trend was to summarize the book with one image). The combination of technology and creativity in his designs was reminiscent of the Bauhaus, as did his intellectual approach to problem-solving."
A Room With A view, EM Forster. Book cover design by Alvin Lustig (1946) | RIT Graphic Design Archive
Fibonacci Spirals, Olives Oil, Romanesco Cauliflowers, Physics, Food, Fractals Art, Plants, Knock Knock, Edible Flowers
Romanesca cauliflower. Fibonacci spirals up the wazoo. I have always hated math, but this Fibonacci thing really fascinates me!
Breaking Physics Cauliflower. How crazy is this cauliflower?! Looks like a piece of fractal art..
Romanesco Cauliflower - fractal food!
Breaking Physics Cauliflower.. to plant in soon
Knock Knock Organics: Knock Knock special feature - Romanesco Cauliflower.
Break Romanesco broccoli into florets. Combine ¼ cup olive oil, 1.5 tsp salt and 1/4 tsp pepper. Toss florets until well coated. Bake in a single layer at 200F, turning once or twice, about 45 min. until tender & crispy brown in spots. Puree 1/4 cup tahini paste, 1/4 cup water, juice of 1 lemon, 1 minced garlic clove and 1/4 cup finely chopped cilantro. Remove florets from oven, toss to combine with dressing & serve.
Romanesco broccoli, it’s an edible flower, a version of the cauliflower. I love its vivid chartreuse colour and the self-similar patterns of the natural fractals of its shape. Each bud is made of alike smaller buds that together they form a spiral. It's so cute that I think I can not eat it!!!
3d diagram of extended families in a village. American Museum of Natural History.