Avalanche in the mountains of Kyrgyzstan 

Shimmin: 9 Brits and 1 American on a guided tour of the Tian Shan mountains in Kyrgyzstan. We’d just reached the highest point in the trek and I separated from the group to take pictures on top of a hill/cliff edge. While I was taking pictures I...[more]

Posted to Earth, Science & Technology on July 9, 2022

Monkey MindPong

Pager, a nine-year-old Macaque, plays MindPong with Neuralink. The monkey uses the joystick to control the paddle, but then the joystick is disconnected, wherein the monkey plays with his mind.

Posted to Science & Technology on April 8, 2021

Deep Tom Cruise

Miles Fisher, an actor consistently turned away from parts for looking too much like Tom Cruise, created a video spoof for the 2020 American presidential campaign, but without looking enough like Cruise. That’s when Chris Ume stumbled on the...[more]

Posted to AI, Arts, Science & Technology on February 25, 2021

Space-X’s First Vertical Landing

The very first Falcon 9 first stage successful landing. Landing Zone 1, formally Launch Complex 13, of Cape Canaveral. OG-2 return to flight mission from Space Launch Complex 40.

Posted to Science & Technology on December 25, 2015

The Catalogue

“Crystallizing a vision of ‘us seen by them’, The Catalogue explores the codification of humanity on behalf of corporate entities. Through the manipulation of footage captured from life in the retail environment, it places the v...[more]

Posted to Science & Technology on November 21, 2005

Powers of 10

Powers of Ten, written and directed by Charles and Ray Eames, was first released in 1968 and later re-released by the Eames Office in 1977. It was based on the 1957 book Cosmic View: The Universe in Forty Jumps by Kees Boeke. “Powers of Ten ...[more]

Posted to Science & Technology on November 21, 2005

Douglas Engelbart’s Demo of The Mouse

The introduction of a new computer inrerface, The Mouse. Prior to the mouse, if you wanted to position your cursor on the screen, it required the equivalent of using up and down arrows to pace up and down, and left and right. “The public pre...[more]

Posted to Life, People, Science & Technology on December 2, 1998