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@andreapezzi #OVO è un'enciclopedia video, una library in continua espansione e in costante aggiornamento che si compone di migliaia di documentari della durata di circa 3 minuti ciascuno...

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How to Make Viral Content: 9 Tips from the Greatest Viral Content Genius on the Planet

How to Make Viral Content: 9 Tips from the Greatest Viral Content Genius on the Planet | Socialart | Scoop.it
Neetzan Zimmerman is a master at creating blog posts that spread like wildfire across social networks. You could learn a lot from him.
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“I never self-promote,” he says. “I find it tacky. That’s just never been my style, and I’ve done well enough without it that it never occurred to me to change.”


Neetzan Zimmerman is a genius at creating viral content. For the past two years he’s worked at Gawker, one of the world’s biggest blogs. Month in and month out, he generated more traffic than all of Gawker’s other writers combined. He just got poached away from Gawker by Whisper, a hot social networking startup in Los Angeles, where he will be editor-in-chief.

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Paintings Reveal Neurological Problems in Famous Artists

Paintings Reveal Neurological Problems in Famous Artists | Socialart | Scoop.it
Researchers at the University of Liverpool have found something that is quite interesting and might reveal a new way to look at art. They found that is it possible to check fo

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The Scientific Mystery of a Man Living with 90% of His Brain Missing

The Scientific Mystery of a Man Living with 90% of His Brain Missing | Socialart | Scoop.it
What we think we know about our brains is nothing compared to what we don’t know. This fact is brought into focus by the medical mystery of a 44-year-old French father of two who found out one day that he had most of his brain missing. Instead his skull is mostly full of liquid, with almost no brain tissue left. He has a life-long condition known as hydrocephalus, commonly called “water on the brain” or “water head”. It happens when too much cerebrospinal fluid puts pressure on the brain and the brain’s cavities abnormally increase.

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THE *OFFICIAL ANDREASCY*'s curator insight, January 2, 4:50 PM

“What we think we know about our brains is nothing compared to what we don’t know.”

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IBM Creates A Molecule That Could Destroy All Viruses

IBM Creates A Molecule That Could Destroy All Viruses | Socialart | Scoop.it
A group of researchers sought to understand what makes all viruses alike, and using that knowledge have come up with a macromolecule that may have the potential to treat multiple types of viruses and prevent them from infecting us.

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THE *OFFICIAL ANDREASCY*'s curator insight, December 30, 2016 1:07 AM

One macromolecule to rule them all, from Ebola to Zika and the flu.

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How Your Prospect's Brains React To Stories

How Your Prospect's Brains React To Stories | Socialart | Scoop.it
Our brain passively takes in dry information. However, when we are hearing or listening to stories, It is full

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Jack Gallant of U.C. Berkeley calls himself a computational and cognitive neuroscientist. In this interview he provides scientific proof that humans are wired for STORY.

Dr. Theresa Kauffman's curator insight, December 11, 2016 11:15 PM
Engage students with stories that will light up their brains.
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Study: Social Media Overtakes TV as Main Source of News for 18-24

Study: Social Media Overtakes TV as Main Source of News for 18-24 | Socialart | Scoop.it
The 18-24 crowd has used the internet as its primary source for news for several years. Now it is specifying “social media” as its main source of news, with that niche overtaking television for the first time.

The information comes from a study done by The Oxford University Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism. It looked at consumers of news and information around the world for its “Reuters Institute Digital News Report 2016.” This is the fifth year it has issued such a report. It’s a fascinating read.

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Beautiful Visualization Captures The Motions Of A Kung Fu Fighter

Beautiful Visualization Captures The Motions Of A Kung Fu Fighter | Socialart | Scoop.it
Different styles of martial arts have different "shapes".

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Study: Social Media Overtakes TV as Main Source of News for 18-24

Study: Social Media Overtakes TV as Main Source of News for 18-24 | Socialart | Scoop.it
The 18-24 crowd has used the internet as its primary source for news for several years. Now it is specifying “social media” as its main source of news, with that niche overtaking television for the first time.

The information comes from a study done by The Oxford University Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism. It looked at consumers of news and information around the world for its “Reuters Institute Digital News Report 2016.” This is the fifth year it has issued such a report. It’s a fascinating read.

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La industria creativa fía su futuro a la fórmula ‘transmedia’

La industria creativa fía su futuro a la fórmula ‘transmedia’ | Socialart | Scoop.it
Distintos formatos como cine, televisión, videojuegos,cómics o redes sociales se usan al mismo tiempo para contar una historia, que busca la colaboración activa de los fans

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Simon Staffans's curator insight, May 23, 2016 4:31 AM
Some thoughts on transmedia in El Pais, including a couple from yours truly
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Bitcoin creator unmasked: Australian computer scientist Craig Wright says he is Satoshi Nakamoto

Bitcoin creator unmasked: Australian computer scientist Craig Wright says he is Satoshi Nakamoto | Socialart | Scoop.it
After years of speculation, the search for the elusive creator behind the Bitcoin cryptocurrency may have reached a conclusion.

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THE *OFFICIAL ANDREASCY*'s curator insight, May 2, 2016 6:15 AM

The rumors were true. Well, so says Dr. Craig Wright.

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This Is the Future of Art

This Is the Future of Art | Socialart | Scoop.it
See what happens when 7 artists paint in Virtual Reality

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David W. Deeds's curator insight, April 6, 2016 8:14 PM

Check this out! Thanks to Peter Mellow.

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myconnect, interactive installation - questions division of nature-human-technology // #mediaart

myconnect, interactive installation - questions division of nature-human-technology // #mediaart | Socialart | Scoop.it

Artwork by Saša Spačal, Mirjan Švagelj, Anil Podgornik

Myconnect is a symbiotic interspecies connector that questions anthropocentric division of nature-human-technology. With its circuit of signals and impulses, that are generated and translated by biological and technological organisms, Myconnect performs an immersive experience of symbiotic interdependence. Through this experience distinction between nature-man-technology can be seen as an arbitrary definition that serves particular biopolitical interests in human society, which can than be shamelessly wrapped in an ideology of utilitarianism and may conceal excessive exploitation.


Myconnect creates an experience of connectedness, of unqualified immersion through the sensory system of the body. The experience of symbiosis in Myconnect capsule is somewhat isolated, like microbiological cultures are isolated in a laboratory. In Myconnect symbiosis is purposefully separated from the environment in order to make it visible, audible and haptic for the visitor.

 

Myconnect is a neural connection, a sort of ‘tsaheylu’ from the sci-fi film Avatar. Tsaheylu means in Na’vi language a bond, a neural connection of two beings on Pandora planet formed via their neural queues. Na’vi connect to animals or plants that possess a neural whip or antenna. Neural connection can be formed also between two Na’vis during mating supposedly forming a strong, emotional, lifelong bond. Tsaheylu enables Na’vi deeper understanding of their environment since any emotion or pain is felt on both sides of the neural queues. Na’vi extend and transgress their body. They are becoming the environment thus blurring the body-environment division.


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Team uses smart light, shadows to track human posture

Team uses smart light, shadows to track human posture | Socialart | Scoop.it
A Dartmouth College team has created the first light-sensing system that reconstructs human postures continuously and unobtrusively, furthering efforts to create smart spaces in which people control their environment with simple gestures.

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Projection Mapping Central - All Things Projection Mapping

Projection Mapping Central - All Things Projection Mapping | Socialart | Scoop.it

Projection Mapping Central is a community resource to learn about, promote and experience projection mapping. The website is curated by a handful of people researching projection mapping as PhD students. 

 

The website was created because we are frequently contacted by artists, marketing agencies, basketball teams and other random entities looking for projection mapping (spatial augmented reality) consulting. Unfortunately, as PhD students don’t have the time to aid in artistic or commercial endeavors. We started by compiling a list of projection mapping design firms, which turned into Projection Mapping Central. We invite the community to help make this the main resource for projection mapping.


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Fake news and the power of pre-existing beliefs

Fake news and the power of pre-existing beliefs | Socialart | Scoop.it
Don’t be so sure you wouldn’t fall for fake news — if it matches the world you wish to see

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Skills for Success in a Disruptive World of Work

Skills for Success in a Disruptive World of Work | Socialart | Scoop.it
“Skills young people should be learning to be prepared for a career in 2020 include:


The ability to concentrate, to focus deeply.

 

The ability to distinguish between the “noise” and the message in the ever-growing sea of information.

 

The ability to do public problem solving through cooperative work.

 

The ability to search effectively for information and to be able to discern the quality and veracity of the information one finds and then communicate these findings well.

 

Synthesizing skills (being able to bring together details from many sources).

 

The capability to be futures-minded through formal education in the practices of horizon-scanning, trends analysis and strategic foresight.”

 

Learn more / En savoir plus / Mehr erfahren:

 

https://gustmees.wordpress.com/2015/05/26/what-are-the-skills-needed-from-students-in-the-future/

 


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Gilson Schwartz's curator insight, December 18, 2016 8:30 AM
Antigamente a gente falava em "profissões do futuro". Agora são os "skills" do futuro"
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Akonia uses holography to create transparent augmented reality display

Akonia uses holography to create transparent augmented reality display | Socialart | Scoop.it
Akonia Holographics, a startup in Longmont, Colorado, spent years trying to make holographic data storage work. It didn’t succeed, but now it found a new use for the same technology. The company now plans to use holography to make inexpensive transparent displays for augmented reality smartglasses.

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Vector Festival 2017 – Call for Submissions

Vector Festival 2017 – Call for Submissions | Socialart | Scoop.it
InterAccess’ Vector Festival returns with its fifth edition next summer and its curators have issued their annual call for work in and around the edges of
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3DMIN | Design, Development and Dissemination of New Musical Instruments // #soundart

3DMIN | Design, Development and Dissemination of New Musical Instruments // #soundart | Socialart | Scoop.it

In the project »Design, Development and Dissemination of New Musical Instruments«, an interdisciplinary team of researchers and artists work on questions regarding the multitude of aspects of historical and contemporary electronic musical instruments. In close collaboration with international artists and in hands-on courses for students of the associated universities, prototypes of new musical instruments are developed. The emerging designs are evaluated regarding their versatility and expressiveness in artistic practice.

 

The project has the following sub-divisions

History and Documention of Musical InstrumentsOpen Development and DesignSpatial Sound Control and AuralizationThe Embodiment Of Sound
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Palimpsest – Collective memory through Virtual Reality

Palimpsest – Collective memory through Virtual Reality | Socialart | Scoop.it
Created at the Bartlett School of Architecture / Interactive Architecture, Palimpsest uses 3D scanning and virtual reality to record urban spaces and the
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Twitter writes Hamlet - #netart installation by Emmanuel Pire // #mediaart #artnumerique

Twitter writes Hamlet - #netart installation by Emmanuel Pire // #mediaart #artnumerique | Socialart | Scoop.it
“If you put 100 monkeys with typewriters in a room long enough, eventually you'll get Hamlet.”

 

A monkey on a typewriter would produce random letters. 6 random letters could be dhsllr or hamlet or klefim. Sometimes randomness produces sequences that seem not random. But the fact that snake has meaning but uvzmp has not is pretty much arbitrary. Some sequence of letters have meaning, some don’t.

 

Out of a random sequence of letters, it all boils down to probabilities. Out of a set of 26 letters, a sequence of 5 of them have about 1 / 12 billion (26^5) chance of being exactly the word snake. The probability of getting a certain word or sentence goes down as you add more letters.

 

So how about a full book ? The version of Hamlet I’m using has about 170k characters. Out of a reduced alphabet of 26 letters + 1 space (leaving out all the ponctuation), the amount of possible combinations for a set of 170000 characters is ridiculous (it’s a 240k+ digits figure).

 

Very unlikely, but theoretically possible. ....

 


Emmanuel Pire
http://lipsumarium.com

http://blog.lipsumarium.com

 


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Holy Art! 13 Spectacular Secular Installations in Sacred Spaces

Holy Art! 13 Spectacular Secular Installations in Sacred Spaces | Socialart | Scoop.it
Imbued with a sense of reverence, not to mention all those beautifully vaulted spaces, cathedrals and other sacred spaces can be stunning settings for art ...
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"Your face is big data" by Egor Tsvetkov - Russian photographer matches random people with social network photos

"Your face is big data" by Egor Tsvetkov - Russian photographer matches random people with social network photos | Socialart | Scoop.it

Yegor Tsvetkov uses neural networks to show the dangers of digital access...

 

With the use of neural networks, a photographer from St. Petersburg has matched people he met on the subway with their social network profiles and compared their real look with how they present themselves on the internet.
 
For six weeks Yegor Tsvetkov, a young St. Petersburg photographer, has been snapping random people and then identifying them on Russia’s biggest social network VKontakte with the help of the FindFace app (based on algorithms of self-learning neural networks). ...

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That Emoji Does Not Mean What You Think It Means

That Emoji Does Not Mean What You Think It Means | Socialart | Scoop.it
By now you probably know that the emoji you send on an iPhone might not be the emoji that is received on a Nexus. Since emoji are designed differently across platforms, sometimes your text messages might get lost in translation. But how differently might your well-intentioned emoji be displayed? The reality might surprise you.

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A Canadian artist started a Facebook page for a year-long experiment. The Empathy Effect.

A Canadian artist started a Facebook page for a year-long experiment. The Empathy Effect. | Socialart | Scoop.it

It's an online social experiment she calls 
The Empathy Effect.

 
When the project wraps in June 2016, she'll award a cash donation of $5,000 to a nonprofit representing the cause that generates the most engagement (measured in Likes and shares). Smiley hopes the gift "transmits a little more empathy into the world" beyond Facebook.

"Life can be unkind and unfair," said Smiley. "But it is so much more beautiful when glimmers of empathy punctuate the darkness."

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Emotional Intelligence in Design — Facebook Design

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