A hilarious new Tumblr that celebrates “the ridiculousness that is QR codes.”
Facebook has more than 500 million active users with an average of 130 friends each. All together, they spend more than 700 billion minutes a month in the social network... Why? Who are all those people?
1000 Faces – Share your story about Facebook, an interactive social media experiment/book
A time-lapse video of a whole night, captured at the ESO ALMA Array Operations Site, located at 5000 meters above sea level on the Chajnantor plateau, in the Atacama desert of northern Chile. As the Moon sets at the beginning of the night, three
Replica, a fascinating performance art project by Jeff Howard and Alex Vessels for the Big Screens class at ITP, was exhibited on the 120 foot long video wall, at the IAC building in NYC.
Replica is a performance using live image processing to explore how the awareness of
A $2,200.99 AudioQuest HDMI cable from Best Buy. Seriously, just who buys this overpriced crap?
Obligatory snarky customer review:
As everyone knows, the most important part of your home theater system is the HDMI cable. I was SOOO happy when placing the order for this, now I am one
Silk, a wildly addictive experiment in generative art, was created by Yuri Vishnevsky, a college student currently working on his degree in Computer Science and Linguistics. The online app uses the HTML5 canvas element to great effect, allowing us to create breathtakingly beautiful visual imagery with
RE:, an audiovisual art installation by Bram Snijders and Carolien Teunisse, was part of the ‘Borderless Reality’ exhibition held in Seoul, Korea. Using 360° projection-mapping techniques and a complicated arrangement of mirrors, the installation allows a projector to beam images back on to its own surface.
A Jaw-droppingly detailed 360° panorama of the Sistine Chapel. Also, click here to virtually tour St. Peter’s Basilica.
Presenting the Facebook Phone, or as I like to call it, the “FBhone”. Ok, it’s just a shopped image of an iPhone 4. But we expect nothing less from Mark Zuckerberg, don't we? Found on the blog of Sean Percival (who just so happens to be a VP,
Invented in 1975 by Steven Sasson, this boxy behemoth was the world’s first digital camera. In this interesting article, Sasson describes the creation of the revolutionary camera, and the rather (now) quaint way they stored and viewed the digital image. 4641