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BOUM! BANG! Articles 2012. Photos du journal. Facebook. Beaux arts. Wall Photos. Le sommeil et les rêves (partie 1/2) Facebook. Facebook. Facebook. Facebook. Facebook. Facebook. Facebook. Facebook. Facebook. Facebook. Facebook. Facebook. The Art of Natural Materials. Facebook. Peindre avec la gravité. Facebook. Facebook. Facebook. Wall Photos. Facebook. Facebook. LG Optimus Hyper Facade in Berlin - Long Version. Véio, Sculpteur - Brésil. Exposition "Histoires de voir, Show and Tell", 2012.

Street Art. Facebook. View the Universe in different wavelengths - StumbleUpon. Ever wanted X-ray specs or super-human vision?

View the Universe in different wavelengths - StumbleUpon

Chromoscope lets you explore our Galaxy (the Milky Way) and the distant Universe in a range of wavelengths from gamma-rays to the longest radio waves. Change the wavelength using the slider in the top right of the screen and explore space using your mouse. For more information we have a quick video tour or you can read more on our blog. If you get stuck, click "Help" in the bottom left. Chromoscope is kindly funded by the Cardiff University Astronomy and Astronomy Instrumentation Groups. Took 1630ms to load. Images des mathématiques. Leonard de Vinci et la proportion divine 1 - une vidéo High-tech et Science. Facebook. Ingenious 'Flow' Lighting For The Third World By Igendesign. "The coastwise cities in South-America are busy and safe by day, but in the night they are abandoned and dangerous due to the lack of public lighting, as the grid cannot be transmitted to the shores," writes Hungarian industrial design firm Igendesign about the inspiration for 'Flow,' the firm's new public lighting design.

Ingenious 'Flow' Lighting For The Third World By Igendesign

'Flow' lighting by Igendesign So Dániel Lõrincz and Alberto Vasquez, the founders of Igendesign, decided to solve the lighting problem using locally-sourced bamboo and applied physics. Bamboo is plentiful and self-regenerating along the beaches of South America and the physics relies on the principle of a vertical wind turbine, with the blades in a spiral to catch variable wind directions. Notice how the blades are cut out to "catch" the wind. 'Flow' lighting by Igendesign: ©Igendesign Add the electronics - the LEDs, wires, and a dynamo - and you have a perfectly functional, environmentally-friendly, eloquent public light. by Miltos Manetas and Aaron Russ Clinger , 2004. Photos du journal. Cymatics - Bringing Matter To Life With Sound (Part 1 of 3)‬‏ Chemin de ronde: musée/expo Paris. Antiquité. Archaeology. Wall Photos. ‪FR - Klaus Dona : L'Histoire cachée du genre humain‬‏ Facebook. Chris Dunn Tour 2012: Lost Ancient Technologies Of Peru And Bolivia: Episode 2. Facebook. Facebook. Facebook. Facebook. Facebook. Facebook. Musées asiatiques Museums. Musées asiatiques Museums. Histoire des arts. Histoire des Arts. Exotisme dans l'art. Musique et exotisme L'orientalisme en musique, comme dans les autres arts, a souvent attiré et inspiré les créateurs.

Exotisme dans l'art

Sinon dans le contenu esthétique, tout au moins dans les titres, dans certains contours mélodiques et parfois dans le rythme. On retrouvera cette influence dans les Indes Galantes, de Rameau; dans la cérémonie turque du Bourgeois Gentilhomme, de Lully; dans l'Enlèvement au Sérail de Mozart,...Tous ces auteur ont été séduit par le côté pittoresque de l'orientalisme. En musique, l'exotisme est un genre dans lequel les rythmes, les mélodies et les instruments cherchent à évoquer l'atmosphère de terres lointaines ou de temps reculés, avec par exemple le Daphnis et Chloé et leTzigane pour Violon et Orchestre de Maurice Ravel ou d'autres œuvres de Debussy et de Rimsky-Korsakov. A la fin de la seconde guerre mondiale un courant musical intitulé "Exotica" vit le jour aux États-Unis. Land art : des cailloux. Fractalus (Fractals/Fractal Art, Contests, and Info) Fractal World Gallery ENCHGALLERY HOME. Kinect Granular Synthesis.

Jem Melts Rock Using Sunshine - Bang Goes The Theory - Series 3, Episode 5 Preview - BBC One. 3-D Printing Whole Buildings in Space: This Printer Rocks. In Pisa, Italy, mad genius Enrico Dini is building sandcastles on the moon.

3-D Printing Whole Buildings in Space: This Printer Rocks

His giant 3-D printer is the first of its kind with the potential to print whole buildings, and it makes them out of solid rock, cutting down a thousand-year-long process into a few minutes. It uses sand, but someday it'll use moon dust. The machine, called D-Shape, sprays a thin layer of sand with a magnesium-based glue from hundreds of nozzles--its resolution is about 25 dpi, not bad for printing on this scale. The glue binds the sand into solid rock, which builds up, layer after layer, into a sculpture, or a piece of furniture or, someday, into a cathedral. "What I really want to do is to use the machine to complete the Sagrada Familia," Dini says.

Dini claims the d-shape process is four times faster than conventional building, costs a third to a half as much as using Portland cement, creates little waste and is better for the environment. Drowning Beautiful. ‪緑化ぐんまフェアおおた会場サウンドオブジェ‬‏ Land Art Japan 2. The Book Surgeon. Coulées de peinture symétriques (Mandala) - une vidéo Art et Création. ‪HOKUSAI, Olas, Fuji y Manga‬‏ Facebook. Art. ‪Art‬‏ Liquid Particles - canvas experiment.

Scientists may have found a new state of matter. Noeuds métal. Facebook. Facebook. Facebook. Facebook. Facebook. Facebook. Facebook. Facebook. Facebook. Facebook. Divine comedie-Enfer VIII/VIII - une vidéo Cinéma. Dante - Divine Comédie - une vidéo Cinéma. Broadcast Yourself.