Looking Around

Turn your head to the left. Up then down. Now, turn your head to the right.

thefuuuucomics:

look another of one of those gifs that you can hear

thefuuuucomics:

look another of one of those gifs that you can hear

illuminaughtyprincess:

went str8 to heaven

illuminaughtyprincess:

went str8 to heaven

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chatoyantstone:

fucking-tiger:

bashirsultani:

Johnny Depp

oh now this is cool

♥

chatoyantstone:

fucking-tiger:

bashirsultani:

Johnny Depp

oh now this is cool

sh4ne:

fencehopping:

Melting aluminum with an electromagnet.

splat

sh4ne:

fencehopping:

Melting aluminum with an electromagnet.

splat

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stillnotdavid:

swag

stillnotdavid:

swag

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txchnologist:

3-D Interactive Display Uses Fog As Screens

Engineers have built an interactive display using a tabletop system and mounted personal screens made of fog. Projectors light the fog for each user and a camera system monitors movements, allowing each person at the table to manipulate and share three-dimensional data.

A team at the University of Bristol in the UK say their device, called MisTable, is see-through and reach-through. Both fog screens and the table display can be manipulated by users.

"The personal screen provides direct line of sight and access to the different interaction spaces," said Sriram Subramanian, a professor of human-computer interaction. "Users can be aware of each other’s actions and can easily switch between interacting with the personal screen to the tabletop surface or the interaction section. This allows users to break in or out of shared tasks and switch between individual and group work."

Compare this to the Displair, by Russian inventor Maxim Kamanin. See the MisTable video below.

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Trying to find my way back

alizabug:

I’ve posted this before but this gives me strength when I have none

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f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

macro butterfly wings by linden gledhill look like prismatic quilts

biochemist and photographer linden gledhill has captured a mesmerizing series of images which study the structure of butterfly and moth wings. using various levels of magnification, the macro shots zoom in on what is an incredible and kaleidoscopic visual: the intricacy and delicacy of insects’ wings. specimens of varying species and physical characteristics are collected, documented and later photographed using an automated macro focusing rail. forming an iridescent quilt, the scales layer in depth, volume and chroma, shimmering and glittering in a multidimensional composition. at the range of enlargement gledhill shoots the images at, they are near impossible to recognize as the physical characteristics of the flying species, but instead transform into dazzling perspectives on a part of the natural world.

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vvhatserface:

vvhatserface:

KITTY. WHAT HAVE YOU DONE?!


I HAVE MADE A MISTAKE

vvhatserface:

vvhatserface:

KITTY. WHAT HAVE YOU DONE?!

I HAVE MADE A MISTAKE

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dapussnboots:

ME VS THE REAL WORLD

dapussnboots:

ME VS THE REAL WORLD

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