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Body Electric: Implanted Machines Are Coming | Andreessen Horowitz

Body Electric: Implanted Machines Are Coming | Andreessen Horowitz | e.cloud | Scoop.it
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Using programmable inks to build with biology: mashing up 3D printing and biotech - synthesis

Using programmable inks to build with biology: mashing up 3D printing and biotech - synthesis | e.cloud | Scoop.it
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Gorgeous Bird Paintings by Adam S. Doyle

Gorgeous Bird Paintings by Adam S. Doyle | e.cloud | Scoop.it
Artist Adam S. Doyle who recently relocated to Hong Kong creates beautiful gestural paintings of birds, where the seemingly incomplete brushstrokes form the feathers and other details of the animal. In some strange way it reminds me of the story of the Renaissance painter Giotto who is r
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Flight Intestine Sculpting

Flight Intestine Sculpting | e.cloud | Scoop.it
L’artiste anglais Chris LaBrooy, dont nous avons déjà parlé à maintes reprises, a créé une sorte de sculpture digitale très originale en retouchant
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Surreal Photos of the Tatio Geyser Field in Chile by Owen Perry

Surreal Photos of the Tatio Geyser Field in Chile by Owen Perry | e.cloud | Scoop.it
Located within the Andes Mountains of northern Chile, El Tatio is the largest geyser field in the southern hemisphere and the third largest in the world. The field has over 80 active geysers and attracts tens of thousands of tourists each year who flock to see the incredible mine
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Squished II Seminar - SCI-Arc Robot House

Led by SCI-Arc design faculty Tom Wiscombe, with Robot Lab coordinator Jake Newsum and robotics researcher Curime Batliner, the "Squished II: Supercomponents and…
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Ryoji Ikeda “supersymmetry”

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The future of robotics is squishy

The future of robotics is squishy | e.cloud | Scoop.it
Andy Marchese has a lot of fish tanks but no fish food — his fish prefer batteries and compressed air. On a recent Monday, Marchese conducted an out-of-water demonstration of Bubbles, a...
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Ceramics 2.0 - Klink

Ceramics 2.0 - Klink | e.cloud | Scoop.it

Via amleto picerno
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nexto BioLogic workshop report

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Formidable biologically inspired airplanes by Al Brady

Formidable biologically inspired airplanes by Al Brady | e.cloud | Scoop.it
Al Brady creates some really awesome biologically inspired planes. He is the designer of the awesome pterodactyl combat jets that will be featured in Bastiaan Koch's movie Is This Heaven. His other vehicle creations are cool too.
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DARPA’s New Biotech Unit Will Try To Create New Life Forms

DARPA’s New Biotech Unit Will Try To Create New Life Forms | e.cloud | Scoop.it
Yes, sci-fi writers hard up for new material should spend an hour or so perusing the Defense Department’s 2015 budget proposal, especially the section covering the far-out research projects underway at DARPA, where the agency’s mad scientists are...
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MIT Is Destroying The Cost Of Robotics By Building Robots Out Of Paper

MIT Is Destroying The Cost Of Robotics By Building Robots Out Of Paper | e.cloud | Scoop.it
A team has developed robots that you can literally print at home.
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NYCCTfab - introduction to Robotic Automation for Architectural Manufacturing

NYCCTfab - introduction to Robotic Automation for Architectural Manufacturing | e.cloud | Scoop.it
Digital media resources for Architectural Technology students at City Tech (CUNY)
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Ionut Anton's curator insight, April 23, 3:30 AM

Robotic manufacturing for architecture course at NYCCTfab

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Meet The Artist Behind "Blacker-Than-Black", The Darkest Color Ever | The Creators Project

Meet The Artist Behind "Blacker-Than-Black", The Darkest Color Ever | The Creators Project | e.cloud | Scoop.it
A Q+A with the man behind the artworks that go, "From nano to macro, hovering between the tangible and intangible."
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Intricately Carved Goose Shells by Piotr Bockenheim

Intricately Carved Goose Shells by Piotr Bockenheim | e.cloud | Scoop.it
Unless you spent hundreds upon hundreds of hours with a tiny electric drill carving intricate patterns into eggshells the last few months, you may have yet to reach your Easter egg decorating potential. One person who clearly has is artist Piotr Bockenheim who uses a reductive drilli
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The World's Fair Turns 50: See What Everyone Thought 2014 Would Look Like

The World's Fair Turns 50: See What Everyone Thought 2014 Would Look Like | e.cloud | Scoop.it
Like an urbanist Coachella, the World's Fair engulfed New York City for two stressful years between 1964 and 1965. An entire subway train was devoted to shuttling pilgrims backs and forth, while Queens received a futurist makeover. The fair correctly predicted color television, circular roadways, and underwater hotels (more on that later). But other things — such as a diner perched on the moon — were completely off the mark. For the 50th anniversary of the 1964 World's Fair, Architizer asks the hard questions: For example, if the organizers could have seen into the future — wouldn't Brooklyn have been more clairvoyant? Architizer presents our World's Fair scorecard, letting Futurama go head-to-head with 2014. Oh, and if you're a time tra...
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This Ridiculously Cool Hexapod Can Transform Into A Roving Ball

Norwegian engineer Kåre Halvorsen has unleashed his latest creation, a spider-like robot called MorpHex MKII that can retract its six legs and transform into a rolling ball.
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Five wonder materials that could change the world

Five wonder materials that could change the world | e.cloud | Scoop.it
Ian Sample: Materials such as graphene and shrilk are so new that the scientists who discovered them hardly know what to do with them – they only know they might yet transform our lives
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Magnetically Actuated Micro-Robots for Advanced Manipulation Applications

SRI is developing new technology to reliably control thousands of micro-robots for smart manufacturing of macro-scale products in compact, integrated systems.
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Digital mirror reveals what lies under your skin

Digital mirror reveals what lies under your skin | e.cloud | Scoop.it
Step in front of a mirror and see your skin and flesh stripped away, revealing your organs below
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SimpSymm

a simple algorithm for complex symmetrical shapes.
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all humans are basically fakes

all humans are basically fakes | e.cloud | Scoop.it
Vsauce, the master answerer of life's toughest questions and professional blower of minds, tackles something so philosophical in his latest video that you'll start to wonder what in the hell our purpose is on this Earth. And if it's any different than a purpose of a rock. It starts with the discussion of art and then fakes and forgeries of art and what forgeries really mean and what it means to be original and eventually leads into a discussion on how we're pretty much all just forgeries too. What is real! Who is real! Nothing is. Damn. Sauce.
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How It Works: Surgical Snakebot

How It Works: Surgical Snakebot | e.cloud | Scoop.it
A reptilian robot
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Roentgen Objects, or Devices Larger Than The Rooms That Contain Them

Roentgen Objects, or Devices Larger Than The Rooms That Contain Them | e.cloud | Scoop.it
An extraordinary exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art last year featured mechanical furniture designed by the father and son team of Abraham and David Roentgen: elaborate 18th-century technical devices disguised as desks and tables.
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