I really like the idea of this machine. It’s just full of buttons, knobs, dials, levers, gauges, wires and things that people love to push, turn and mess with. “To create an interaction/ device that explores peoples’ natural instinct to push buttons. Regardless of age, gender or cultural background, I have noticed that humans
Jonathan Harris spent 9 days with the Inupiat Eskimos in Alaska, documenting their way of life, and their Spring tradition of whale hunting. He methodically took a photo every 5 minutes, even going as far as to use a chronometer to keep his camera going while asleep. The results are shown on this amazing web
Great article in MIT’s Technology Review on the SenseCam, particularly focusing on the potential benefits for dementia sufferers… “When Mrs. B was admitted to the hospital in March 2002, her doctors diagnosed limbic encephalitis, a brain infection that left her autobiographical memory in tatters. As a result, she can only recall around 2 percent of
I submitted 10 of my shots from last weeks jaunt around Kew up to the Moore at Kew Flickr group and was lucky enough to be one of the 10 people this week who had a shot selected for their photo showcase on the Kew site. Think I can fit a few more “Kews” into
This seems to make a lot of sense to me, although like all things ethical and ecological it will probably come with a price. I’m sure, for example, that desert land is worth more then just sand. It has its own bio-diversity, which I’m sure thousands of square miles of solar panels would mess with.
Here’s a market in Bangkok held OVER a set of railway lines. Wait till the market reappears to see just how much they packed away before this (inconvenient) train came along. Street Use: Pop-Up Market in Bangkok
Really enjoyed this series of 3 videos on designers that work with light. In some ways what they are each doing is creating new forms of displays, each with a pixel that in some cases may be formed by an equivalent piece of technology (e.g. and L.E.D.) and in some cases by an object (such
My sister, Sarah, treated me to a morning at Kew Gardens yesterday, where the most amazing set of Henry Moore sculptures have been assembled. They’ll be there until the end of March. They’ve been beautifully situated throughout the grounds. Very well thought out. My shots are here, along with a bunch of photos of my companions.