Here’s the story of how the world (or, at least, those in the world who care) found out that McLaren was stealing from Ferrari. These things really emerge in mundane ways. In this case, through a copy shop employee who just happened to be a rabid fan of the Italian team… Inside the Scandal That
Not sure why these paper models appeal. They’re created with forced perspective, of small Japanese bits of architecture. Both of which I’m a fan on. Wish it was easier to get hold of the book from which these come. it’s somewhere up here, behind a dense field of Japanese. There are details of making your
“When the sun illuminated the lens of the Telectroscope next to the Thames, it was, of course, still nighttime in New York. So the screen inside the scope broadcast back only an empty sidewalk silently framed by the Brooklyn Bridge and the Manhattan skyline. But then something miraculous occurred. A police officer and a street
I’m a bit of a 3D UI sceptic. I just have some history in the area, and it’s left me thinking that 3D interactions are often cumbersome and rarely have a life beyond what their cool factor gives them. Case in point is this Tag Galaxy search. I really find it compelling. I’m not sure
Classic quote from one of Tony’s kids. You can see why a response was problematic.
Isometric art has never been so easy or compelling… Cubescape
Beautiful, mathematical shots and study of the ways in which birds fly as flocks. “The Department of Biological Physics, at Eötvös University in Budapest, Hungary, has clearly defined the goals of the project. Here is the last one. “As far as collective movements are common phenomena also in human behaviour (particular relevant in economics) we
Another bag I need like a hole in the head. From this weeks Week.