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Συγκρίνοντας το κρασί και την τέχνη

Συγκρίνοντας το κρασί και την τέχνη | omnia mea mecum fero | Scoop.it
Ένα καλό κρασί αποτελεί μια καταιγίδα αισθήσεων που μπορεί να λυγίσει ακόμα και όσους έχουν και την πιο σταθερή βούληση. Άραγε, μπορούμε να λάβουμε τη μέγιστη
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Google Earth Fractals

Google Earth Fractals | omnia mea mecum fero | Scoop.it

Who says you can't integrate geography and real world applications into the math curriculum?  Paul Bouke has scoured the Earth searching for fractals in the natural environment and created this amazingly artistic remote sensing gallery (with KMZ files for viewing in Google Earth as well).  

 

Tags: Remote sensing, art, math, google, physical, landforms, geomorphology. 


Via Seth Dixon, dj Goddessa
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Seth Dixon's comment, September 9, 2012 8:40 PM
Thanks for sharing so many great link on FB and have been able to use several. I'm glad that the sharing can go in both directions.
Ann Kissinger Wurst's comment, September 9, 2012 8:44 PM
Seth - I am hardly worthy of YOUR currating! Hope to meet you in person at NCGE and get a picture of us for Facebook. :-)
Paige T's comment, September 10, 2012 11:21 AM
This is so beautiful. Fractals are an amazing phenomenon, whether you are an artist, geographer, or mathematician. I love being able to see fractals in plants or feel them as air travels through my lungs.
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40 Beautiful Infographic Designs

40 Beautiful Infographic Designs | omnia mea mecum fero | Scoop.it
An information graphic in its simplest form is a visual interpretation of data.

Though an incredibly useful form of data presentation, infographics have traditionally been an underwhelming sector of the design world.

That being said, there are some brilliant designers out there who have turned this form of data visualization into beautiful and creative works of art.

In appreciation of those designers who find beauty in data, here is a collection of 40 curated infographic designs that aim to inspire...


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Yoram Reshef | The Light Catcher

Yoram Reshef | The Light Catcher | omnia mea mecum fero | Scoop.it
For the last 20 years, we serve the future technology with our photography art world...

Via Alessio Erioli, Andrea Graziano, Sakis Koukouvis
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Using Facial Recognition to Identify Unknown Subjects in History's Great Portraits

Using Facial Recognition to Identify Unknown Subjects in History's Great Portraits | omnia mea mecum fero | Scoop.it

Agents in the war on terror attempt to identify unknown persons each and every day, but technology developed to battle criminality around the globe could soon be identifying persons of questionable identity going back centuries. Facial recognition software designed for various security and law enforcement applications is being adapted by art historians at the University of California to identify unknown faces in portraits.


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Google Earth Fractals

Google Earth Fractals | omnia mea mecum fero | Scoop.it

Who says you can't integrate geography and real world applications into the math curriculum?  Paul Bouke has scoured the Earth searching for fractals in the natural environment and created this amazingly artistic remote sensing gallery (with KMZ files for viewing in Google Earth as well).  

 

Tags: Remote sensing, art, math, google, physical, landforms, geomorphology. 


Via Seth Dixon, dj Goddessa, pa3geo, Alexis Tzormpatzakis, sofilab
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Seth Dixon's comment, September 9, 2012 8:40 PM
Thanks for sharing so many great link on FB and have been able to use several. I'm glad that the sharing can go in both directions.
Ann Kissinger Wurst's comment, September 9, 2012 8:44 PM
Seth - I am hardly worthy of YOUR currating! Hope to meet you in person at NCGE and get a picture of us for Facebook. :-)
Paige T's comment, September 10, 2012 11:21 AM
This is so beautiful. Fractals are an amazing phenomenon, whether you are an artist, geographer, or mathematician. I love being able to see fractals in plants or feel them as air travels through my lungs.
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Talented Artist Paints on Discarded Pennies

Talented Artist Paints on Discarded Pennies | omnia mea mecum fero | Scoop.it

American artist Jacqueline Lou Skaggs uses tiny discarded pennies as canvases for her miniature paintings. The level of detail she’s able to achieve is truly awe-inspiring.


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Mathematics Made Visible: The Extraordinary Art of M.C. Escher

Mathematics Made Visible: The Extraordinary Art of M.C. Escher | omnia mea mecum fero | Scoop.it

The eye and the intellect play off one another in surprising and beautiful ways in the art of M.C. Escher. Where the Renaissance masters used shading and perspective to create the illusion of three-dimensional depth on two dimensional surfaces, Escher turned those tricks in on themselves to create puzzles and paradoxes. He manipulated our faculties of perception not simply to please the senses, but to stimulate the mind.


Via Luca Baptista, dj Goddessa, Sakis Koukouvis
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Origami-inspired design method merges engineering, art

Origami-inspired design method merges engineering, art | omnia mea mecum fero | Scoop.it
Researchers have shown how to create morphing robotic mechanisms and shape-shifting sculptures from a single sheet of paper in a method reminiscent of origami, the Japanese art of paper folding.

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[AMAZING VIDEO] Reuben Margolin: Sculpting waves in wood and time (TEDTalks)

Reuben Margolin is a kinetic sculptor, crafting beautiful pieces that move in the pattern of raindrops falling and waves combining. Take nine minutes and be mesmerized by his meditative art -- inspired in equal parts by math and nature.


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Rainbow Toy Car Installation Made from 2,500 Cars | Colossal

Rainbow Toy Car Installation Made from 2,500 Cars | Colossal | omnia mea mecum fero | Scoop.it

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