I saw this once before. Blew my mind then. They’ve since updated it. I’m still in awe.
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Some friends of ours went to Gettysburg last weekend for some much needed quality time, relaxation and checking out the sites. We live a short (1.5-2 hour) drive from Gettysburg, and decided a visit sounded apropos, given the November 19 anniversary of the Gettysburg Address and the release of “Lincoln” in theaters across of the nation. After a short dive into the Series of Tubes, we learned we could easily fill our Saturday afternoon and evening without too much expense beyond gas so on we went…
I decided to create the following image after a heated Facebook discussion about NASA. My challenge to the audience is simple, “Like if you agree. Comment if you disagree.” I’d like to see how my friends and acquaintances feel about the statement. What do you think?
I grew up during the 1980’s and distinctly remember being horrified by a movie shown on local DC television. The film received high press coverage in the weeks before broadcast, it was in 3D and required the purchase of anaglyph red/blue glasses.
Studying to receive his Bachelor Degree in Media & Interaction Design, Benjamin Muzzin of the University of Art and Design in Lausanne (ECAL) has developed an ingenious machine that produces a 3D images similar to holographic displays.