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Cloud in the Web – Quadrocopters Dancing at Night

Cloud in the Web – Quadrocopters Dancing at Night

Not UFOs – Quadrocopters dancing at night Austrian researchers developed a unique technology for controlling dozens of flying drones at the same time, creating a spectacular visual display at night with the drones lighting the sky in an array of ...

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Laurie O’Keefe-Ant Insect Society

Laurie O’Keefe-Ant Insect Society

The profession of medical and biological illustration is an elite one, with very few members. Of those at the top of their game is Laurie O’Keefe, who created the image featured this week, “Ant Insect Society.” Ms. O’Keefe has a ...

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Creativity – The Last Human Stronghold?

Creativity – The Last Human Stronghold?

Humans are better than machines. However, the advantages of humans over machines have been in steady retreat – we gave up on physical strength first, then on some mental capacities such as computation, and now we’re in the process of ...

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NanoArt 2007-2008 Competition

NanoArt 2007-2008 Competition

The NanoArt worldwide contest is an event where art and technology are merged to create artwork based on real chemical and/or physical processes, presented by artists from all over the world. This innovative art discipline is related to nanosculptures – ...

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The Largest Picture in the World

The Largest Picture in the World

The world’s largest photograph, taken by the world’s largest camera, will be presented for the first time next month at an exhibition at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California. The Guinness-certified photograph was created in the course ...

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Aluna Moon Clock

Aluna Moon Clock

We know of sand clocks, water clocks, atomic clocks and sun clocks but how about a Moon Clock? The British designer Laura Williams created Aluna – a proposal for the world’s first tidal powered Moon Clock. The proposed gigantic sculpture ...

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Liquid-Time Sculpture

One of the most ancient time-keeping technologies known, water clocks were used by the ancient Egyptians, Greeks, Romans, and Babylonians, often for their ability to assist in astronomical and astrological predictions and less for their ability to measure the passing ...

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Whoosh… Got There!

Whoosh… Got There!

Transportation that exhilarates the body and mind. Or is it just art? Decide for yourself at London’s Tate Modern, where five spiraling tube slides called Test Site are on display and trial til April 11th, 2007. Entering the highest and ...

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