stancenation:

Hawkeye. - via @m13_photography #stancenation

stancenation:

Hawkeye. - via @m13_photography #stancenation


壁画鳥_Mural bird
http://hermippe.me/2014/01/06/1521

怪物ゴマ_monster top
http://hermippe.me/2014/01/06/1524

怪物ゴマ_monster top

http://hermippe.me/2014/01/06/1524

(Source: hermippe-pixelart)

whiskey-an-eggs:

So much left for me to discover.

whiskey-an-eggs:

So much left for me to discover.

a-la-recherche:

Bordeaux, hiver 2012

a-la-recherche:

Bordeaux, hiver 2012

americanroads:

"We may have all come on different ships, but we’re in the same boat now." Martin Luther King, Jr. 2000 E 12th St, Austin, TX 78702(Posting from the archives in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day)

americanroads:

"We may have all come on different ships, but we’re in the same boat now." Martin Luther King, Jr.

2000 E 12th St, Austin, TX 78702
(Posting from the archives in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day)

elenamorelli:

{ on the road, after the snow }
-hasselblad 500c/m + kodak portra 400-

elenamorelli:

{ here }

elenamorelli:

{ here }

nbcnews:

High-tech brain drain: How ‘smart’ devices are frying our minds
(Photo: Michael Nelson / EPA file)
The future of personal tech looks more and more like a “Jetsons” fantasy, but our brains may not be equipped to handle looming gadget overload, experts say.
Continue reading

nbcnews:

High-tech brain drain: How ‘smart’ devices are frying our minds

(Photo: Michael Nelson / EPA file)

The future of personal tech looks more and more like a “Jetsons” fantasy, but our brains may not be equipped to handle looming gadget overload, experts say.

Continue reading

(Source: NBCNews.com)

the-gas-station:

Christofle Sphère Hard Drive

Design by Christofle, technology by LaCie

Hand-crafted and silvered in France

!!!

(via gasoline-station)

theatlantic:

The Artist Who Made Emoji IRL

Use an iPhone or Android, and you know emojis. They’re little iconic enigmas—Japanese in origin and not quite hieroglyphs, they’re chunky, glossy Wingdings.
They’re also everywhere. The White House tweets them. Childish Gambino sings about them. Last year, hundreds of anonymous authors translated Moby Dick with them. (The product: Emoji Dick.)Typographica ruled the Apple Emoji font one of the best new typefaces for 2011.
The artist Liza Nelson has now given that font the adoration they deserve. In a series she documents on her website, she has sculptured just what Apple’s emojis would look like if they were physical. Her project’s fitting title?  
EMOJI IRL. LOL.
Read more.

theatlantic:

The Artist Who Made Emoji IRL

Use an iPhone or Android, and you know emojis. They’re little iconic enigmas—Japanese in origin and not quite hieroglyphs, they’re chunky, glossy Wingdings.

They’re also everywhere. The White House tweets them. Childish Gambino sings about them. Last year, hundreds of anonymous authors translated Moby Dick with them. (The product: Emoji Dick.)Typographica ruled the Apple Emoji font one of the best new typefaces for 2011.

The artist Liza Nelson has now given that font the adoration they deserve. In a series she documents on her website, she has sculptured just what Apple’s emojis would look like if they were physical. Her project’s fitting title?  

EMOJI IRL. LOL.

Read more.

thisistheverge:

Lomography Konstruktor review: the $35 camera you build yourself
As camera-makers trim their point-and-shoot lines in the face of encroaching smartphones, one company is keeping the faith and doing what it’s done for the past three decades. Lomography’s wide range of film cameras dates back to the early ‘90s, when some students in Vienna discovered the potential of the Russian LC-A, but shows no signs of slowing down — after all, if the company managed to survive the explosion of digital photography, phones are unlikely to be of much concern. 

thisistheverge:

Lomography Konstruktor review: the $35 camera you build yourself

As camera-makers trim their point-and-shoot lines in the face of encroaching smartphones, one company is keeping the faith and doing what it’s done for the past three decades. Lomography’s wide range of film cameras dates back to the early ‘90s, when some students in Vienna discovered the potential of the Russian LC-A, but shows no signs of slowing down — after all, if the company managed to survive the explosion of digital photography, phones are unlikely to be of much concern. 

mothernaturenetwork:

How to make a cheeseburger:

Step 1: Hit ‘print.’

Step 2: Eat.

See what else you can print with a 3-D food printer. Would you eat any of these foods? If so, which one? Let us know!

Mmm

8bitfuture:

Magic keyboard appears from flat touchscreens.

The Tactus system allows raised buttons or shapes to appear from a flat touch screen when required, helping users navigate keyboards, gaming controls, or other UI features.

Tactus has created a thin layer that can replace the Gorilla Glass on top of the touch sensor and display layers of a smartphone or tablet. The surface of that layer is a semi-elastic polymer under which there are little channels filled with a special transparent micro-fluid. To make buttons appear (for a keyboard, a game controller, whatever), you can increase the fluid pressure in a certain area. The added fluid physically stretches and raises the polymer surface.

Presto! Real buttons on your previously flat screen.

Check out this demo video for more.

(via 8bitfuture)

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