Posts Tagged ‘technology’

Transmitting Architecture: The Transphysical City – Technology Update by Marco Novak

Friday, June 27, 2008 12:09 No Comments

Orginally published by Cluster, written by Marcos Novak AlloBrain@AlloSphere, Immersive environment created from fMRI scan data collected from Marcos Novak’s brain, from a series of ongoing experiments aimed at establishing the neurophysiological correlates of our assessments of “beauty.” AlloBrain@AlloSphere was the inaugural demonstration project at UCSB’s AlloSphere. The MAT AlloSphere is a 3-story high spherical […]

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Lying Bio – Diesel Pumps

Thursday, March 6, 2008 10:47 No Comments

Originally published on ecogeek, written by Hank Green, reblogged by Cluster This could end up being quite a hit to the bio-diesel industry. Scientists at the Wood’s Hole Oceanographic institute tested the bio-diesel mixes flowing from pumps all over the nation and found that they were not what they said they were. Only 10% of […]

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Dreams of a damaged brain

Tuesday, March 4, 2008 12:48 No Comments

Originally published by Cluster, written by Graeme Thomson & Silvia Maglioni photo by Graeme Thomson The last image our camera saw was the shattering of its own inner eye, a dazzlingly bejewelled tracery of spiderweb shockwaves imprinted forever on the LCD screen. The camera was the (sole) victim of a fatal car accident too bizarre […]

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