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lulz-time:

this is God’s way of telling you that you have too much fucking money
lulz-time:

this is God’s way of telling you that you have too much fucking money
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the-girl-who-fell-to-the-earth:

Vinyl Record production plant
the-girl-who-fell-to-the-earth:

Vinyl Record production plant
the-girl-who-fell-to-the-earth:

Vinyl Record production plant
the-girl-who-fell-to-the-earth:

Vinyl Record production plant
the-girl-who-fell-to-the-earth:

Vinyl Record production plant
the-girl-who-fell-to-the-earth:

Vinyl Record production plant
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nevver:

Free Speech
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btzla:

Arma Tu Propio Smartphone
Los genios creativos de Google están desarrollando un nuevo teléfono que promete mejorar el futuro de la tecnología.
          
El Proyecto Ara es una iniciativa de Google para crear un smartphone modular que se adapte a las necesidades técnicas de cada usuario. Cada modulo contará con una característica diferente; más procesamiento, mejor cámara, más rendimiento de la batería, etc. Podemos pensar que, si se nos cae el dispositivo, estos módulos saltarán por los aires. Pero, gracias a sus pines electromagnéticos que los sostiene firmemente al marco, este prototipo soporta caídas y golpes. Lo interesante de estos pines es que, al contrario de lo que podríamos imaginar, no consumen energía, por lo que no debemos preocuparnos por qué nos gasten la batería por solo estar sostenidos al marco.
            
¿Cables? Ya no más, amigos. Los módulos se conectan entre sí utilizando una tecnología bastante futurística conocida como UniPro. Esta tecnología utiliza el modelo OSI para su funcionamiento, es decir, todas las comunicaciones entre las partes se realizan por red. Solo basta con conectarlos a los slots, y ellos solos sabrán que hacer. No más cables pequeños, flex, ni nada de lo que nos hacia desesperar.
Google espera, con este dispositivo, mejorar la obsolescencia de los smartphones actuales. Aumentando su vida útil se contaminará mucho menos, lo cual es una buena noticia para nuestro futuro.
La compañía del buscador está trabajando con otros genios de la tecnología como partners, y alienta a los desarrolladores independientes a agregar módulos y características a este dispositivo.
Si bien el concepto es extremadamente tecnológico, el Proyecto Ara está claramente apuntando a los usuarios promedio que no se interesan tanto por el trasfondo techy, sino por customizar sus dispositivos a su gusto. Así que, si no son de esas personas que aman la tecnología, este dispositivo también es para ustedes.
Se lo espera para la segunda mitad de 2015, con el sistema operativo Android de ese momento. Probablemente tarde en llegar a Latinoamérica, pero es bueno saber que se están trabajando en estos dispositivos en el mundo.
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txchnologist:

Neutrinos are electrically neutral subatomic particles that mostly pass right through matter without interacting with it. They are one of the fundamental building blocks that make up our universe. Yet because they rarely interact with other things, they are not well understood and the subject of intense scientific interest.
An international group of researchers have been using a facility in southern China called the Daya Bay Neutrino Experiment to learn about the elusive particle. There, researchers are specifically trying to understand a phenomenon displayed by neutrinos in which they oscillate between three different forms: electron, muon and tau.
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txchnologist:

Neutrinos are electrically neutral subatomic particles that mostly pass right through matter without interacting with it. They are one of the fundamental building blocks that make up our universe. Yet because they rarely interact with other things, they are not well understood and the subject of intense scientific interest.
An international group of researchers have been using a facility in southern China called the Daya Bay Neutrino Experiment to learn about the elusive particle. There, researchers are specifically trying to understand a phenomenon displayed by neutrinos in which they oscillate between three different forms: electron, muon and tau.
Read More
txchnologist:

Neutrinos are electrically neutral subatomic particles that mostly pass right through matter without interacting with it. They are one of the fundamental building blocks that make up our universe. Yet because they rarely interact with other things, they are not well understood and the subject of intense scientific interest.
An international group of researchers have been using a facility in southern China called the Daya Bay Neutrino Experiment to learn about the elusive particle. There, researchers are specifically trying to understand a phenomenon displayed by neutrinos in which they oscillate between three different forms: electron, muon and tau.
Read More
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prostheticknowledge:

The Sword of Damocles
Early pioneering tech from 1968 is a stereoscopic headmounted display created by Ivan Sutherland, the first Virtual Reality technology:

Computer graphics pioneer Ivan Sutherland models a stereoscopic display he created at Harvard using miniature TV tubes. An early application showed a three-dimensional wire-frame virtual room that users could explore by moving their heads.

I couldn’t locate a demonstration of the wireframe rooms (but if anyone knows … let me know!)
Images above are from the Computer History Museum here and here
Papers written by Ivan Sutherland from 1965 on the subject can be found here and here
prostheticknowledge:

The Sword of Damocles
Early pioneering tech from 1968 is a stereoscopic headmounted display created by Ivan Sutherland, the first Virtual Reality technology:

Computer graphics pioneer Ivan Sutherland models a stereoscopic display he created at Harvard using miniature TV tubes. An early application showed a three-dimensional wire-frame virtual room that users could explore by moving their heads.

I couldn’t locate a demonstration of the wireframe rooms (but if anyone knows … let me know!)
Images above are from the Computer History Museum here and here
Papers written by Ivan Sutherland from 1965 on the subject can be found here and here
prostheticknowledge:

The Sword of Damocles
Early pioneering tech from 1968 is a stereoscopic headmounted display created by Ivan Sutherland, the first Virtual Reality technology:

Computer graphics pioneer Ivan Sutherland models a stereoscopic display he created at Harvard using miniature TV tubes. An early application showed a three-dimensional wire-frame virtual room that users could explore by moving their heads.

I couldn’t locate a demonstration of the wireframe rooms (but if anyone knows … let me know!)
Images above are from the Computer History Museum here and here
Papers written by Ivan Sutherland from 1965 on the subject can be found here and here
prostheticknowledge:

The Sword of Damocles
Early pioneering tech from 1968 is a stereoscopic headmounted display created by Ivan Sutherland, the first Virtual Reality technology:

Computer graphics pioneer Ivan Sutherland models a stereoscopic display he created at Harvard using miniature TV tubes. An early application showed a three-dimensional wire-frame virtual room that users could explore by moving their heads.

I couldn’t locate a demonstration of the wireframe rooms (but if anyone knows … let me know!)
Images above are from the Computer History Museum here and here
Papers written by Ivan Sutherland from 1965 on the subject can be found here and here
prostheticknowledge:

The Sword of Damocles
Early pioneering tech from 1968 is a stereoscopic headmounted display created by Ivan Sutherland, the first Virtual Reality technology:

Computer graphics pioneer Ivan Sutherland models a stereoscopic display he created at Harvard using miniature TV tubes. An early application showed a three-dimensional wire-frame virtual room that users could explore by moving their heads.

I couldn’t locate a demonstration of the wireframe rooms (but if anyone knows … let me know!)
Images above are from the Computer History Museum here and here
Papers written by Ivan Sutherland from 1965 on the subject can be found here and here
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engineeringhistory:

An IBM 5100 chip sharing the eye of a needle with a piece of string. The 5100 was introduced in 1975 and came with 64KB RAM and a 1.9 MHZ processor. It retailed for $19,975 and weighed 55 pounds.
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prostheticknowledge:

AgencyGlass
Bizarre proof-of-concept tech by Dr. Hirotaka Osawa are glasses with small displays that give attention to others around you.
The idea here is that we have technology to help us work in areas such as physical labour and brainwork, but not “emotional labour”, the social face-to-face aspects of job roles. Video embedded below:

From IEEE:

Have you ever had trouble concentrating in the office as people walk by and glance at you? Do you come off as unfriendly or aloof, when you’re really just focusing on your work?
Dr. Hirotaka Osawa from Tsukuba University, in Japan, has developed a new wearable device to help us with something called “emotional labor.” His idea is that people could adopt cyborg technology to increase the emotional comfort of those around us. In this case, the device is a crazy pair of glasses that display eyeballs on their lenses.
The device’s virtual eyes naturally follow people and movement, making it appear as though you’re friendly and approachable, even if you’re too busy doing something else or too tired to actually look friendly and approachable.
"This emotional support reduces a user’s cognitive load for social manners," Osawa says.

More Here
prostheticknowledge:

AgencyGlass
Bizarre proof-of-concept tech by Dr. Hirotaka Osawa are glasses with small displays that give attention to others around you.
The idea here is that we have technology to help us work in areas such as physical labour and brainwork, but not “emotional labour”, the social face-to-face aspects of job roles. Video embedded below:

From IEEE:

Have you ever had trouble concentrating in the office as people walk by and glance at you? Do you come off as unfriendly or aloof, when you’re really just focusing on your work?
Dr. Hirotaka Osawa from Tsukuba University, in Japan, has developed a new wearable device to help us with something called “emotional labor.” His idea is that people could adopt cyborg technology to increase the emotional comfort of those around us. In this case, the device is a crazy pair of glasses that display eyeballs on their lenses.
The device’s virtual eyes naturally follow people and movement, making it appear as though you’re friendly and approachable, even if you’re too busy doing something else or too tired to actually look friendly and approachable.
"This emotional support reduces a user’s cognitive load for social manners," Osawa says.

More Here
prostheticknowledge:

AgencyGlass
Bizarre proof-of-concept tech by Dr. Hirotaka Osawa are glasses with small displays that give attention to others around you.
The idea here is that we have technology to help us work in areas such as physical labour and brainwork, but not “emotional labour”, the social face-to-face aspects of job roles. Video embedded below:

From IEEE:

Have you ever had trouble concentrating in the office as people walk by and glance at you? Do you come off as unfriendly or aloof, when you’re really just focusing on your work?
Dr. Hirotaka Osawa from Tsukuba University, in Japan, has developed a new wearable device to help us with something called “emotional labor.” His idea is that people could adopt cyborg technology to increase the emotional comfort of those around us. In this case, the device is a crazy pair of glasses that display eyeballs on their lenses.
The device’s virtual eyes naturally follow people and movement, making it appear as though you’re friendly and approachable, even if you’re too busy doing something else or too tired to actually look friendly and approachable.
"This emotional support reduces a user’s cognitive load for social manners," Osawa says.

More Here
prostheticknowledge:

AgencyGlass
Bizarre proof-of-concept tech by Dr. Hirotaka Osawa are glasses with small displays that give attention to others around you.
The idea here is that we have technology to help us work in areas such as physical labour and brainwork, but not “emotional labour”, the social face-to-face aspects of job roles. Video embedded below:

From IEEE:

Have you ever had trouble concentrating in the office as people walk by and glance at you? Do you come off as unfriendly or aloof, when you’re really just focusing on your work?
Dr. Hirotaka Osawa from Tsukuba University, in Japan, has developed a new wearable device to help us with something called “emotional labor.” His idea is that people could adopt cyborg technology to increase the emotional comfort of those around us. In this case, the device is a crazy pair of glasses that display eyeballs on their lenses.
The device’s virtual eyes naturally follow people and movement, making it appear as though you’re friendly and approachable, even if you’re too busy doing something else or too tired to actually look friendly and approachable.
"This emotional support reduces a user’s cognitive load for social manners," Osawa says.

More Here
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fastcompany:

A tech war has raged in China, and a winner seems ready to emerge. It’s Tencent—a controversial, $139 billion company with nearly a billion users, which functions like Facebook, Amazon, Twitter, and Uber all rolled into one. Now it’s gunning for global expansion.
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homelimag:

Mini Mobile Robotic Printer by ZUtA Labs (from Homeli)
homelimag:

Mini Mobile Robotic Printer by ZUtA Labs (from Homeli)
homelimag:

Mini Mobile Robotic Printer by ZUtA Labs (from Homeli)
homelimag:

Mini Mobile Robotic Printer by ZUtA Labs (from Homeli)
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okkultmotionpictures:

EXCERPTS >|< Stone Age Tools (1947)
 | Hosted at: Internet Archive | From: Wellcome Library | Download: Ogg | 512Kb MPEG4 | MPEG4 | Digital Copy: attribution-non commercial 3.0 US
A series of Animated GIFs excerpted from Stone Age Tools, a demonstration by M. Leon Coutier, archaeologist and former President of the Societe Prehistorique Francaise, of his technique for making replicas of Palaeolithic tools and weapons, including hand-axes, scrapers, gravers and flint arrowheads. Filmed at the former Institute of Archaeology, Regent’s Park, London in June 1947. An important archeological record.
We invite you to watch the full video HERE.
okkultmotionpictures:

EXCERPTS >|< Stone Age Tools (1947)
 | Hosted at: Internet Archive | From: Wellcome Library | Download: Ogg | 512Kb MPEG4 | MPEG4 | Digital Copy: attribution-non commercial 3.0 US
A series of Animated GIFs excerpted from Stone Age Tools, a demonstration by M. Leon Coutier, archaeologist and former President of the Societe Prehistorique Francaise, of his technique for making replicas of Palaeolithic tools and weapons, including hand-axes, scrapers, gravers and flint arrowheads. Filmed at the former Institute of Archaeology, Regent’s Park, London in June 1947. An important archeological record.
We invite you to watch the full video HERE.
okkultmotionpictures:

EXCERPTS >|< Stone Age Tools (1947)
 | Hosted at: Internet Archive | From: Wellcome Library | Download: Ogg | 512Kb MPEG4 | MPEG4 | Digital Copy: attribution-non commercial 3.0 US
A series of Animated GIFs excerpted from Stone Age Tools, a demonstration by M. Leon Coutier, archaeologist and former President of the Societe Prehistorique Francaise, of his technique for making replicas of Palaeolithic tools and weapons, including hand-axes, scrapers, gravers and flint arrowheads. Filmed at the former Institute of Archaeology, Regent’s Park, London in June 1947. An important archeological record.
We invite you to watch the full video HERE.
okkultmotionpictures:

EXCERPTS >|< Stone Age Tools (1947)
 | Hosted at: Internet Archive | From: Wellcome Library | Download: Ogg | 512Kb MPEG4 | MPEG4 | Digital Copy: attribution-non commercial 3.0 US
A series of Animated GIFs excerpted from Stone Age Tools, a demonstration by M. Leon Coutier, archaeologist and former President of the Societe Prehistorique Francaise, of his technique for making replicas of Palaeolithic tools and weapons, including hand-axes, scrapers, gravers and flint arrowheads. Filmed at the former Institute of Archaeology, Regent’s Park, London in June 1947. An important archeological record.
We invite you to watch the full video HERE.
okkultmotionpictures:

EXCERPTS >|< Stone Age Tools (1947)
 | Hosted at: Internet Archive | From: Wellcome Library | Download: Ogg | 512Kb MPEG4 | MPEG4 | Digital Copy: attribution-non commercial 3.0 US
A series of Animated GIFs excerpted from Stone Age Tools, a demonstration by M. Leon Coutier, archaeologist and former President of the Societe Prehistorique Francaise, of his technique for making replicas of Palaeolithic tools and weapons, including hand-axes, scrapers, gravers and flint arrowheads. Filmed at the former Institute of Archaeology, Regent’s Park, London in June 1947. An important archeological record.
We invite you to watch the full video HERE.
okkultmotionpictures:

EXCERPTS >|< Stone Age Tools (1947)
 | Hosted at: Internet Archive | From: Wellcome Library | Download: Ogg | 512Kb MPEG4 | MPEG4 | Digital Copy: attribution-non commercial 3.0 US
A series of Animated GIFs excerpted from Stone Age Tools, a demonstration by M. Leon Coutier, archaeologist and former President of the Societe Prehistorique Francaise, of his technique for making replicas of Palaeolithic tools and weapons, including hand-axes, scrapers, gravers and flint arrowheads. Filmed at the former Institute of Archaeology, Regent’s Park, London in June 1947. An important archeological record.
We invite you to watch the full video HERE.
okkultmotionpictures:

EXCERPTS >|< Stone Age Tools (1947)
 | Hosted at: Internet Archive | From: Wellcome Library | Download: Ogg | 512Kb MPEG4 | MPEG4 | Digital Copy: attribution-non commercial 3.0 US
A series of Animated GIFs excerpted from Stone Age Tools, a demonstration by M. Leon Coutier, archaeologist and former President of the Societe Prehistorique Francaise, of his technique for making replicas of Palaeolithic tools and weapons, including hand-axes, scrapers, gravers and flint arrowheads. Filmed at the former Institute of Archaeology, Regent’s Park, London in June 1947. An important archeological record.
We invite you to watch the full video HERE.
okkultmotionpictures:

EXCERPTS >|< Stone Age Tools (1947)
 | Hosted at: Internet Archive | From: Wellcome Library | Download: Ogg | 512Kb MPEG4 | MPEG4 | Digital Copy: attribution-non commercial 3.0 US
A series of Animated GIFs excerpted from Stone Age Tools, a demonstration by M. Leon Coutier, archaeologist and former President of the Societe Prehistorique Francaise, of his technique for making replicas of Palaeolithic tools and weapons, including hand-axes, scrapers, gravers and flint arrowheads. Filmed at the former Institute of Archaeology, Regent’s Park, London in June 1947. An important archeological record.
We invite you to watch the full video HERE.
okkultmotionpictures:

EXCERPTS >|< Stone Age Tools (1947)
 | Hosted at: Internet Archive | From: Wellcome Library | Download: Ogg | 512Kb MPEG4 | MPEG4 | Digital Copy: attribution-non commercial 3.0 US
A series of Animated GIFs excerpted from Stone Age Tools, a demonstration by M. Leon Coutier, archaeologist and former President of the Societe Prehistorique Francaise, of his technique for making replicas of Palaeolithic tools and weapons, including hand-axes, scrapers, gravers and flint arrowheads. Filmed at the former Institute of Archaeology, Regent’s Park, London in June 1947. An important archeological record.
We invite you to watch the full video HERE.
okkultmotionpictures:

EXCERPTS >|< Stone Age Tools (1947)
 | Hosted at: Internet Archive | From: Wellcome Library | Download: Ogg | 512Kb MPEG4 | MPEG4 | Digital Copy: attribution-non commercial 3.0 US
A series of Animated GIFs excerpted from Stone Age Tools, a demonstration by M. Leon Coutier, archaeologist and former President of the Societe Prehistorique Francaise, of his technique for making replicas of Palaeolithic tools and weapons, including hand-axes, scrapers, gravers and flint arrowheads. Filmed at the former Institute of Archaeology, Regent’s Park, London in June 1947. An important archeological record.
We invite you to watch the full video HERE.
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neuromorphogenesis:

Language and Your Brain
For centuries, researchers have studied the brain to find exactly where mechanisms for producing and interpreting language reside. Theories abound on how humans acquire new languages and how our developing brains learn to process languages.
By Voxy.
neuromorphogenesis:

Language and Your Brain
For centuries, researchers have studied the brain to find exactly where mechanisms for producing and interpreting language reside. Theories abound on how humans acquire new languages and how our developing brains learn to process languages.
By Voxy.
neuromorphogenesis:

Language and Your Brain
For centuries, researchers have studied the brain to find exactly where mechanisms for producing and interpreting language reside. Theories abound on how humans acquire new languages and how our developing brains learn to process languages.
By Voxy.
neuromorphogenesis:

Language and Your Brain
For centuries, researchers have studied the brain to find exactly where mechanisms for producing and interpreting language reside. Theories abound on how humans acquire new languages and how our developing brains learn to process languages.
By Voxy.
neuromorphogenesis:

Language and Your Brain
For centuries, researchers have studied the brain to find exactly where mechanisms for producing and interpreting language reside. Theories abound on how humans acquire new languages and how our developing brains learn to process languages.
By Voxy.
neuromorphogenesis:

Language and Your Brain
For centuries, researchers have studied the brain to find exactly where mechanisms for producing and interpreting language reside. Theories abound on how humans acquire new languages and how our developing brains learn to process languages.
By Voxy.
neuromorphogenesis:

Language and Your Brain
For centuries, researchers have studied the brain to find exactly where mechanisms for producing and interpreting language reside. Theories abound on how humans acquire new languages and how our developing brains learn to process languages.
By Voxy.
neuromorphogenesis:

Language and Your Brain
For centuries, researchers have studied the brain to find exactly where mechanisms for producing and interpreting language reside. Theories abound on how humans acquire new languages and how our developing brains learn to process languages.
By Voxy.
neuromorphogenesis:

Language and Your Brain
For centuries, researchers have studied the brain to find exactly where mechanisms for producing and interpreting language reside. Theories abound on how humans acquire new languages and how our developing brains learn to process languages.
By Voxy.
neuromorphogenesis:

Language and Your Brain
For centuries, researchers have studied the brain to find exactly where mechanisms for producing and interpreting language reside. Theories abound on how humans acquire new languages and how our developing brains learn to process languages.
By Voxy.