Lucas. 18. Somewhere over the rainbow.
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He who imagines he can do without the world deceives himself much; but he who fancies the world cannot do without him is still more mistaken.
 

He who imagines he can do without the world deceives himself much; but he who fancies the world cannot do without him is still more mistaken.

 

(Source: xaradar)

micro-universe:

Scanning Electron Microscope animations created by James Tyrwhitt-Drake at the UVic Advanced Microscopy Facility.

omgthatdress:

Shoes
Isabel Casanovas, 1989
The Metropolitan Museum of Art

omgthatdress:

Shoes

Isabel Casanovas, 1989

The Metropolitan Museum of Art

likeafieldmouse:

Heike Mutter & Ulrich Genth - Tiger & Turtle (2011) - A walk-along “roller coaster”

prostheticknowledge:

Prototype Real / Digital Info Interface System

Using projection and gestures to create interactive relationship with information - video embedded below:

Fujitsu Laboratories has developed a next generation user interface which can accurately detect the users finger and what it is touching, creating an interactive touchscreen-like system, using objects in the real word.

"We think paper and many other objects could be manipulated by touching them, as with a touchscreen. This system doesn’t use any special hardware; it consists of just a device like an ordinary webcam, plus a commercial projector. Its capabilities are achieved by image processing technology."

Using this technology, information can be imported from a document as data, by selecting the necessary parts with your finger.

More at DigInfo here

RELATED: This is very similar to a concept developed in 1991 called ‘The Digital Desk’ [link]

(Source: v0tum, via rollership)

likeafieldmouse:

Jack Kerouac’s On the Road

"Using a manual typewriter in a New York City loft, Jack Kerouac produced the original manuscript of On the Road during a three-week period in the spring of 1951.

Kerouac produced the continuous scroll by taping pages of semi-translucent paper together to feed the typewriter and write without interruption.

The text is single-spaced, without paragraphs, and edited in pencil by Kerouac.”