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Codex Seraphinianus: Dünyanı en acayip ikinci kitabı...

Codex Seraphinianus: Dünyanı en acayip ikinci kitabı... | Digital Media | Scoop.it

1970'lerin sonlarında İtalyan mimar, çizer ve tasarımcı Luigi Serafini bir kitap tasarladı: Paralel bir dünyanın bilinmeyen ansiklopedisi. 380 sayfalık bilinmeyen bir alfabe ile bilinmeyen bir dilde yazılmış bir kitap. 

Dünyanın en acayip kitabı diye bilinen bu eserin tamamlaması 30 ay sürdü. Orjinal adı "Codex Seraphinianus" olan kitap 2 bölüm ve 11 alt bölümden oluşuyor. İlk bölüm doğa ikinci bölüm ise insanlar hakkında. Diğer görünümleri için fotoğrafa tıklayın.

Çok enteresan ama daha ilginci var! 15. yy'da yazılmış olan Voynich Elyazmaları, dili hala çözülememiş bir kitap. http://tr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Voynich_elyazmas%C4%B1


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You, Too, Can 3D Print Your Own Robot | Mashable.com

You, Too, Can 3D Print Your Own Robot | Mashable.com | Digital Media | Scoop.it

Robots are part of our everyday lives, but they're boring — relegated to menial jobs like scrubbing your floor, vacuuming it or just zig-zagging all over it. Sure, droid-like mechanical humans like the Asimo pop up now and then, but they're big, expensive corporate toys, not something everyone can buy. Where are our household robots?

 

The 21st Century Robot project aims to finally make the robot companion a reality. Led by Intel futurist Brian David Johnson, the project aims to put robot-building tools into the hands of everyone, and Johnson has found the key tool to help him to do that: 3D printing.

 

Over a decade ago, Johnson conceived a robot design that was friendly and practical to build, with small and childlike features. Although it resembled a person, it had simple hands and legs, so construction wouldn't be too complicated. He even gave his robot a name: Jimmy.

 

With a little help, Johnson turned his design into pages of blueprints that anyone can now download and use to print big chunks of robot on a 3D printer. The plans even show how someone can build some off-the-shelf robotic parts into the printed components to create their own Jimmy. The AI platform is open-source and app-based, so robot builders can easily develop their own software for Jimmy.

 

Johnson calls the project "open source," since it encourages people to customize and refine their robots if they wish. In the end, it takes the cost of owning your own humanoid robot down from thousands of dollars to hundreds.

 

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Screenfeed Redefines Daily Digital Signage Content… Again | The Meeddya Group

Screenfeed Redefines Daily Digital Signage Content… Again | The Meeddya Group | Digital Media | Scoop.it

Screenfeed, The Digital Signage Content Store, announces a new, original video news channel that redefines expectations for daily digital signage content. The.


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