Interactive Video Object Manipulation
Orwellian diary →
Daily blog of George Orwell’s diary. Many of the entries seem to consist of one or two eggs. Did he eat them? Or was he just fixated on some mystical ritual involving one or two eggs per day?
I’ve been testing out the email-to-SMS/MMS methods I found on the net. txts are like atoms of the information age. I can do practically anything I would want to do using a conventional net connection, so long as it can be converted to the text format. This society was wired long before anyone ever realized it.
I think I’m posting this to the tumblr. This is a test. Ignore me!
Microscopic bio-robots. Maybe we'll even get to... →
Game of Life - An electronics kit
Here's the link for the article on USB-Tachikoma →
Oh my god. I want this so much! Why won’t U.S. companies make something as awesome as this?
Papervision - Augmented Reality (extended)
Roots Multi Touch Tangible Installation Teaser
Link to the blood puddle pillow article. →
C.STEM 2008 - BREEDING OBJECTS - September 2008, Torino, Italy
G1 Android user spotted
Bruce Sterling uses the G1 Android phone! Finally a futurist who openly admitted to having the darn device, unlike the iPhone where everyone and their mother seem to be touting one around.
Something I came across on Bruce Sterling’s blog on Wired. Bunch of monsters written in the processing language that you can interact with. I’m trying my hand out with the language too. It’s really promising (though with the recent release of the Mathematica 7.0 I’m struggling to find some time).
Tomorrow now:envisioning next 50 years: Bruce... →
Brainpowered: Warren Ellis column →
Engine of creativity
A physical engine of creativity might as well be a physical machine capable of transforming one input to another at whim, and find correlations between different results.
The simplicity of the google chromium appeals to me, despite the browser lacking the significant portion of the functionality provided by my highly customized firefox 3.0 browser… Yet, despite my attempts at aggregating all my web browsing activities onto a single platform I find myself coming back to the chrome again and again when the complex functionalities of FF3.0 isn’t really...
The 2008 iGEM winner
The winner of the 2008 iGEM competiton is a dream-come true for the madscientist in all of us… Apparently they built a vaccine out of compartmentalized ‘immunobrick’ parts (designed by themselves). Get this. Bunch of undergraduates with open source genetic parts synthesized a vaccine that didn’t exist before, by forming a chimera from an E.Coli chassis. Albeit the vaccine...
Here's the LAByrinth DNA jewelry main site. →
LAByrinth DNA jewelry. So cool. →
The Sound of Wood
Music Is Math
Light-Paint Piano Player
Personal genomics on the Nature. →
Done with the voting matter. Now to get something to eat… Korean bbq sounds nice.
I need to get a drink. Merlot?
Well what do you know. There is a job as a mad scientist in the Sims 2.
Sigh. Life is hard.