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Creativity requires the courage to let go of certainties.
– Erich Fromm
saschalobe:

Simtec Signage, L2M3, 2012

saschalobe:

Simtec Signage, L2M3, 2012

(via andren)

Sports monitoring system for headphones, earbuds and/or headsets

Sports monitoring system for headphones, earbuds and/or headsets

A good science fiction story should be able to predict not the automobile but the traffic jam.
– Frederik Pohl
Louis Kahn’s 1965 Salk Institute for Biological Studies in La Jolla, California

Louis Kahn’s 1965 Salk Institute for Biological Studies in La Jolla, California

(Source: nomadculture.net)

Chladni figures for a square steel plate (adapted from Waller, 1961) demonstrate the fantastic variety of standing-wave patterns that can arise from a simple resonating system. A square steel plate is clamped at its midpoint and sprinkled with sand. It is then set into vibration either by bowing with a violin bow, or by pressing dry ice against it. The resultant standing-wave patterns are revealed by the sand, which collects at the nodes of the oscillation where the vibration is minimal.

Chladni figures for a square steel plate (adapted from Waller, 1961) demonstrate the fantastic variety of standing-wave patterns that can arise from a simple resonating system. A square steel plate is clamped at its midpoint and sprinkled with sand. It is then set into vibration either by bowing with a violin bow, or by pressing dry ice against it. The resultant standing-wave patterns are revealed by the sand, which collects at the nodes of the oscillation where the vibration is minimal.

(Source: cns-alumni.bu.edu)

Progress is for those who can’t quite take in the future.
– Ken Hollings: THE FUTURE IS WHAT HAPPENS AFTER YOU’RE DEAD
Extracted from The Bright Labyrinth: Sex, Death and Design in the Digital Regime, published by Strange Attractor Press, February 2014.
From the paper Flexible Muscle-Based Locomotion for Bipedal Creatures
Thomas Geijtenbeek
Utrecht University
Michiel van de Panne
University of British Columbia
A. Frank van der Stappen
Utrecht University

From the paper Flexible Muscle-Based Locomotion for Bipedal Creatures
Thomas Geijtenbeek
Utrecht University
Michiel van de Panne
University of British Columbia
A. Frank van der Stappen
Utrecht University

Creativity requires the courage to let go of certainties.
– Erich Fromm
saschalobe:

Simtec Signage, L2M3, 2012

saschalobe:

Simtec Signage, L2M3, 2012

(via andren)

Sports monitoring system for headphones, earbuds and/or headsets

Sports monitoring system for headphones, earbuds and/or headsets

A good science fiction story should be able to predict not the automobile but the traffic jam.
– Frederik Pohl
Mark Gonyea

Mark Gonyea

(Source: fastcodesign.com)

Louis Kahn’s 1965 Salk Institute for Biological Studies in La Jolla, California

Louis Kahn’s 1965 Salk Institute for Biological Studies in La Jolla, California

(Source: nomadculture.net)

Chladni figures for a square steel plate (adapted from Waller, 1961) demonstrate the fantastic variety of standing-wave patterns that can arise from a simple resonating system. A square steel plate is clamped at its midpoint and sprinkled with sand. It is then set into vibration either by bowing with a violin bow, or by pressing dry ice against it. The resultant standing-wave patterns are revealed by the sand, which collects at the nodes of the oscillation where the vibration is minimal.

Chladni figures for a square steel plate (adapted from Waller, 1961) demonstrate the fantastic variety of standing-wave patterns that can arise from a simple resonating system. A square steel plate is clamped at its midpoint and sprinkled with sand. It is then set into vibration either by bowing with a violin bow, or by pressing dry ice against it. The resultant standing-wave patterns are revealed by the sand, which collects at the nodes of the oscillation where the vibration is minimal.

(Source: cns-alumni.bu.edu)

(Source: grnhrn, via nichtkunst)

moritzresl:

Transient Series, Part I
Moritz Resl, 2014

moritzresl:

Transient Series, Part I

Moritz Resl, 2014

Progress is for those who can’t quite take in the future.
– Ken Hollings: THE FUTURE IS WHAT HAPPENS AFTER YOU’RE DEAD
Extracted from The Bright Labyrinth: Sex, Death and Design in the Digital Regime, published by Strange Attractor Press, February 2014.
From the paper Flexible Muscle-Based Locomotion for Bipedal Creatures
Thomas Geijtenbeek
Utrecht University
Michiel van de Panne
University of British Columbia
A. Frank van der Stappen
Utrecht University

From the paper Flexible Muscle-Based Locomotion for Bipedal Creatures
Thomas Geijtenbeek
Utrecht University
Michiel van de Panne
University of British Columbia
A. Frank van der Stappen
Utrecht University

"Creativity requires the courage to let go of certainties."
"A good science fiction story should be able to predict not the automobile but the traffic jam."
"Progress is for those who can’t quite take in the future."

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