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4 days ago

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4 weeks ago
vuls:

Coffee service
Helen Hughes Dulany

vuls:

Coffee service

Helen Hughes Dulany

(via solifelike)

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1 month ago

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2 months ago

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2 months ago
writings

So on what problem are you working on?

I want to make powerful websites to deliver the message.

For powerful companies and people.

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2 months ago
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2 months ago
olio-ataxia:

Kacper Kowalski

olio-ataxia:

Kacper Kowalski

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2 months ago
olio-ataxia:

Kacper Kowalski,

olio-ataxia:

Kacper Kowalski,

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2 months ago


jmak:

MAY THE HORSE BE WITH YOU

(Happy Chinese New Year)

Hi. I’m still alive. Many things have happened since my last post. I have graduated (done with my final year project!), and am currently working at pill & pillow, a digital design studio.

I’ve been having trouble balancing work with all the stupid personal stuff I used to upload here. But it’s not like I’ve stopped entirely —  I’ve actually been fairly active over on Facebook and Instagram, and the reason this blog has been so neglected is because I saw it as a “proper” site to be maintained rather than a dumping ground for every visual thing I did.

But I guess I was being too perfectionist/protective about this tumblr’s “quality”. So here’s some horse shit.

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2 months ago
new-aesthetic:

Probability that computerisation will lead to job losses in next two decades, The Economist, 2013  (via Twitter / Malbonnington)

new-aesthetic:

Probability that computerisation will lead to job losses in next two decades, The Economist, 2013 (via Twitter / Malbonnington)

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3 months ago


new-aesthetic:

Computers Watching Movies | benjamin grosser

Computers Watching Movies shows what a computational system sees when it watches the same films that we do. The work illustrates this vision as a series of temporal sketches, where the sketching process is presented in synchronized time with the audio from the original clip. Viewers are provoked to ask how computer vision differs from their own human vision, and what that difference reveals about our culturally-developed ways of looking. Why do we watch what we watch when we watch it? Will a system without our sense of narrative or historical patterns of vision watch the same things?

Computers Watching Movies was computationally produced using software written by the artist. This software uses computer vision algorithms and artificial intelligence routines to give the system some degree of agency, allowing it to decide what it watches and what it does not. Six well-known clips from popular films are used in the work, enabling many viewers to draw upon their own visual memory of a scene when they watch it. The scenes are from the following movies: 2001: A Space Odyssey, American Beauty, Inception, Taxi Driver, The Matrix, and Annie Hall.

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3 months ago
the60sbazaar:

Mondrian inspired 1960s swimwear 

the60sbazaar:

Mondrian inspired 1960s swimwear 

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3 months ago
support:

We noticed that you’re using an old version of the Tumblr app. Why? You don’t have to live like this. Get the latest version from the Google Play store or Amazon

Pretty annoying ad from Tumblr … I’ll soon migrate to somewhere else … I promise

support:

We noticed that you’re using an old version of the Tumblr app. Why? You don’t have to live like this. Get the latest version from the Google Play store or Amazon

Pretty annoying ad from Tumblr … I’ll soon migrate to somewhere else … I promise

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