Legendary author William Gibson appeared at the New York Public Library on April 19, and he read the first couple pages from his futuristic new novel, The Peripheral. Check out the first chapter, “The Gone Haptics.” That amazing prose just sticks to your mind.
The Spark sounds like a maraca but is actually an energy-generating gadget.
Sudha Kheterpal has been a professional percussionist for 20 years, so she knows how much energy goes into making a beat. Now, she wants to harness that energy to generate power.
these things combined!
Generate energy while you keep the beat.
More eyecandy by Victor Doval
Community driven 3D design
Another collaborative 3d modeling site.
Presenting documentation of ‘The Emergence of Video Processing Tools’
BMW’s Maasaica concept vehicle is a sustainable, biodegradable 3D printable car designed to be locally manufacturable and maintainable in even the remotest parts of Africa.
The question is not: is it true? But: does it work? What new thoughts does it make it possible to think? What new emotions does it make it possible to feel? What new sensations and perceptions does it open in the body?
Jean-Michel Basquiat, John Lennon, Grace Jones, OJ Simpson, Debbie Harry, Joseph Beuys, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Liza Minelli, Yoko Ono, Self Portrait
Polaroid Prints, 1971-1980, 4 1/4 x 3 1/4 inches each
This Tumblr page looks extremely interesting.
This is the first in a series of articles by Land Grant, in New York, considering the high’s and low’s of the crowd funded 3D printer economy — and its wider impact.