This video was up on Gizmodo. It’s done with projectors and real sculpture, but it’s not a big step to AR art and other “plain” sculpture manipulation.
Alright, boxes were fun. Bernini next.
If you haven’t seen the deluge of “Roger Ebert is awesome and moving” posts on the internet about his Oprah interview, here is all the good stuff from Gawker.
Often we ask, “Why does it take tragedy for us to notice these great people?” The reason is that it is not tragedy but crisis, […]
Done in 23 panes (as in the # of chromosomes). The artist takes to the Three Fs school of history: fighting, fashion, and fucking. Ladies are there to be ogled and make babies, non-Western cultures are static, and science and tech are there to enable the three […]
Richard Eskow makes the counter-intuitive argument over at Boing Boing. My two favorite points:
Elvis was not willing to accept traditional gender boundaries. Even as a teenager in Tupelo, Mississippi, Elvis dyed his hair and enhanced the beauty of his eyes with eyeliner. He wore a pink sport coat, in violation of gender norms, […]
A friend pointed me to Luke Jerram’s “Glass Microbiology” project, from which is the above photo of an e. coli bacterium. His work, plus the Vanity Fair article on the LHC which referred to the super-collider as a “cathedral to science” and listed its sublime statistics, got me thinking about a common […]
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