It’s 2017 and computer graphics have conquered the Uncanny Valley, that strange place where things are almost real... but not quite. After decades of innovation,…
Line Rider perfectly synchronized to music https://youtu.be/XJpVbUICUb4
Every block was hand placed and moved until it matched the beat. I've listened to this song MANY times in the process of making this haha. For those wonderin...
Algorithms design a concert hall
The auditorium—the largest of three concert halls in the Elbphilharmonie—is a product of parametric design, a process by which designers use algorithms to develop an object’s form. From WIRED
I'm loving the Foo Fighters Equals logo
An introduction to sorting algorithms:
What's the fastest way to alphabetize your bookcase? An introduction to sorting algorithms:
Someone needs a promotion https://www.reddit.com/r/oddlysatisfying/comments/6z6hyc/someone_needs_a_promotion_xpost_rpics/
This inspiring tiny home community is built entirely by volunteers.
"Penny Arcade told me, 'Truth is, the Village Voice was destroyed and made redundant by 1995. It was an exquisite relic, like some Catholic saints that die but do not physically rot, a monument to a way of life that was eroding in our city. But when New York was New York and downtown was downtown, the Village Voice was the communication organ we were all connected to, not only those of us who lived in New York, but from all over the world. Like-minded people communicated through the Voice. It was the town crier. That back page was the neighborhood bulletin board. The Voice was a tangible piece of New York, so I suppose now that New York itself is no longer tangible, the physical, palpable Voice is no longer necessary.'" ... See more
On the vanishing of the Village Voice and New York's cranky rebel spirit.
Waldo Nell photographs peacock feathers magnified 500 times their actual size in exquisite detail.
Imgur: The most awesome images on the Internet.
This little guy is back again (and likes to model)
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