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Shapeways Teenage Engineering not only make one of the sexiest synthesizers but also get the prize for being the first electronics company to offer their replacement parts as downloadable 3D Printed files. This is the first company that I have seen so far that offer replacement parts to be 3D Printed by their consumers. This is an incredibly smart move as it takes away the need for them to warehouse and distribute replacement parts. It also means that their fans have an opportunity to modify and customize aspects of their synthesizers. We work hard to make our OP-1 users happy with free OS updates and added functionality.
Ben Giles Collages NYC --- "Excorrigia / The Scourge" opens tonight, April 3rd, at NYC's Superchief Gallery (9 Clinton Street at Houston, in New York City's Lower East Side) featuring new works by Oakland based John Felix Arnold III- an exhibition of new works in painting, drawing, mixed media, installation, and sound. His upcoming solo show at FFDG opens in October. The opening, hosted by John Felix Arnold III, Carolyn LeBourgeois (who made the cross country trek with me) the whole crew from Sueprchief, Ed Zipco, Billy, and Tricky Yooth aka Patrick, as well as the owners of Culturefix and their rad gallery manager Josh Allen, will commence at 6pm and go until 10pm, Thursday, April 3rd 2014. ~show details
The Taming of the Beasts From Faith47 in Shanghai: I needed to bring the spirits of the African Rhinos into Asia. To help in the settling of their restless spirits. In 2010 there were 333 rhinos illegally killed for their horns in South Africa. In 2011 the total rose to 448.
L’association allemande BUND milite pour la défense des arbres. Pour ce faire, l’agence Proximity BBDO Germany a eu l’idée de réaliser une dispositif inédit alliant harmonieusement nature et musique. Ils ont sélectionné un immense marronnier du Monbijoupark de Berlin et ont installé à sa base une structure composée de membranes polymères. Tous les marrons tombés de l’arbre la percute, créant automatiquement un jeu de son et lumière. Cette installation poétique permet donc de générer naturellement de la musique, et célèbre cet arbre qui incarne la résistance de tous ses congénères en milieu urbain. Arbre musical
The man who turned his home into a public library 19 September 2012Last updated at 20:24 ET By Kate McGeown BBC News, Manila If you put all the books you own on the street outside your house, you might expect them to disappear in a trice. But one man in Manila tried it - and found that his collection grew. Hernando Guanlao is a sprightly man in his early 60s, with one abiding passion - books. They're his pride and joy, which is just as well because, whether he likes it or not, they seem to be taking over his house. Guanlao, known by his nickname Nanie, has set up an informal library outside his home in central Manila, to encourage his local community to share his joy of reading.
18 September 2012Last updated at 22:21 ET By Lynsea Garrison BBC News, Kenai Peninsula, Alaska Subsistence fisherman Michael Winter collects a king salmon caught in his fishing wheel in Chitina, Alaska, before releasing it back to the Copper River When the number of king salmon running in Crooked Creek's river declined dramatically, the mostly native Alaskan villagers were left wondering where they could find enough food to last the winter. Crooked Creek has no big-box grocery stores or roads to other towns. But in good times, the Kuskokwim River promises king salmon to the villages along its 702 miles (1,130km). But good times are fading into memory for villagers like Evelyn Thomas, who has lived in Crooked Creek her entire life. Alaska and the mysterious disappearing king salmon
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Injured bald eagle gets new 3-D printed beak Photo courtesy of Birds of Prey Northwest. Sometime in 2005, Beauty the bald eagle was shot in the face by a poacher, which damaged her beak badly enough that she couldn’t eat on her own. Animal rescue workers found her before she starved to death, and volunteers at the nonprofit group Birds of Prey Northwest nursed her back to health via tube-feeding and, later, hand-feeding with forceps. But it became increasingly clear that her beak was never going to grow back — meaning that Beauty would never be able to feed herself.
Location: Avon Water, A good friend Gordon Anderson was keen to experience another wild hut building challenge. We parked the car at Chatelherault just outside Gordon’s home town of Hamilton and followed a woodland trail which shadowed the River Avon far below. 100 Wild Huts
Co-operative Businesses Are Booming in Tough Times - Business While the global economy crawls toward a jerky recovery from the 2008 financial collapse, a subset of businesses is outshining the rest. Cooperatives—companies owned by their employees or customers—are proving surprisingly steady and sound during these dour times. That's especially good for the workers, who in this case, are also owners. A United Kingdom study found that over the past four years, co-ops have grown at twice the rate of the rest of the U.K. economy. In the United States, anecdotal evidence paints a similar picture. “It's almost like it's co-ops’ time because of people’s dissatisfaction with old greedy ways, even though co-ops are still about profit,” says Roberta MacDonald Senior Vice President of Cabot Creamery, one of the oldest farmer cooperatives in the U.S.
Everyone dreads the moment when their tablet, laptop, or iPhone turns from helpful friend to ardent foe, leaving the owner clueless and looking to the manufacturer for help or for a new device altogether. Creative husband and wife team Daniel Hirschmann and Bethany Koby want you to know what to do when your gadget quits. They believe that technology is most beneficial to our lives when we understand how it works can tailor it to our individual needs. Bespoke Devices: London Workshops Demystify The Guts of Personal Technology - Technology
Many of us born in the '70s grew up with these Fisher-Price Record Players, which used plastic discs to play music-box-sounding analog music. I was surprised to see they had recently been re-released—and disappointed to learn the new ones aren't the same as the old, but instead play the music electronically. Earlier this year a UK-based tinkerer named Fred Murphy got his hands on some of the original units—you'll see them pop up on eBay now and then—and decided to make his own records. 3D Printing Plastic Fisher-Price Records
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Backyard Brains » Insane in the Chromatophores During experiments on the giant axons of the Longfin Inshore Squid (loligo pealei) at the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole, MA; we were fascinated by the fast color-changing nature of the squid’s skin. Squids (like many other cephalopods) can quickly control pigmented cells called chromatophores to reflect light. The Longfin Inshore has 3 different chromatophore colors: Brown, Red, and Yellow. Each chromatophore has tiny muscles along the circumference of the cell that can contract to reveal the pigment underneath.
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Mosaics Created from Thousands of Hand-Cast Resin Flowers and Candy What Remains, 35,000+ hand cast urethane flowers What Remains, detail A Rose By Any Other Name, 15,000+ individually hand cast urethane pieces of candy, 75 pounds
Japan: record high radiation levels found in Fukushima fish, more than a year after nuclear accident Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) in Japan said Tuesday its monitoring efforts have recorded record high radiation levels in local seafood: 25,800 becquerels per kilogram of radioactive cesium in fish sampled within a 20-kilometer range of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. The photo shows fish caught Aug. 1, 2012 within 20 kilometers of the crippled nuclear power plant. The findings indicate that radioactive contamination remains at unsafe levels in the area's food supply more than a year after the nuclear crisis.
NOTCOT.ORG Landscape Abbreviated by Nova Jiang is a kinetic maze consisting of modular elements with rotating planters, which form a garden that is simultaneously a machine. August 18th, 2012 "I am interested in the way that simple interventions can make the experience of space dynamic and unpredictable. The planters are controlled by a software program that continuously generates new maze patterns based on mathematical rules; they rotate to form shifting pathways that encourage visitors to change direction and viewpoints as they move through the space. I envision this sculpture not as a classical labyrinth built to ensnare, but rather as an architectural abbreviation of grand ideas.
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