Cicret Bracelet Review I’ve been optically discerning some people reblogging a set of gifs or video of the ”Cicret Bracelet” some equipment that sends out an image projected from the bracelet to the skin of your arm. I don’t take too long to authentically read about the “product”, read about the group and visually examine the video to come to the overall conclusion that it’s most likely a sizable voluminous scam. The group is asking for 700,000 euros in order to make a prototype, just for 1 bracelet, though the first 300,000 euros is going towards an app. Now mundanely when someone wants to kick start a conception, they would make it, show it off, and then go and do whatever a person does on indiegogo or that horrible website Kickstarter to try hard to get money. Not having much and asking people to insert their money into a PayPal account where it is to be never optically recognize again on their main website. -It would require an immense colossal ass projection bulb while projecting something outside daylight
Iris Van Herpen Couture Fall 2013 Posted by models.com | July 11th, 2013 Iris Van Herpen Couture Fall 2013 As one of fashion’s most forward thinking designers, Iris van Herpen is always there to push the envelope. 21st century Gypsies: New Age Travellers adopt horse drawn-caravans and a love of Facebook (as long as it's solar powered) By Daily Mail Reporter Published: 11:35 GMT, 30 September 2012 | Updated: 10:12 GMT, 1 October 2012 They were the inner-city youth who, fuelled by punk spirit, anarchist philosophy and a hate of Margaret Thatcher, clambered aboard a fleet of battered old vehicles to shun the trappings of the modern world for a life of nomadic freedom. Iris Van Herpen Created These CERN-Inspired Outfits Using 3D Printing And Magnets Images via Fashion designer Iris Van Herpen's Spring 2015 ready-to-wear collection, Magnetic Motion, looks like it could have been ripped from the pages of a science fiction fantasy. Having previously explored the ideas of synesthesia and living technology, the designer now looks to the power of magnetic fields for inspiration.
Weekend Project The fun thing about being an architecture student is that you always get to take part in amazing projects - like last weekend for example. On Sunday I went to the studio and got to take a look at this awesome paper dress my colleagues are working on. I can assure you, you'll definitely see this dress again soon, and if you think it looks great now, wait till you see the colorful finished product! Using different sizes of pyramids, this unconventional dress really manages to put forward an awesome silhouette. What do you think? Humans: What’s Channel 4’s Persona Synthetics sci-fi robot show about? Channel 4 Gemma Chan as Anita in Humans Or perhaps you’re waiting for Charlie Brooker to write the next instalment of Black Mirror? Andrej Pejic joins Sofia Coppola's The Little Mermaid cast Sofia Coppola's live action adaptation of Hans Christian Anderson's The Little Mermaid has just acquired its first star: Andrej Pejić. According to IMDB, the androgynous model is set to play "Sister #4" and will likely portray one of Ariel's mermaid siblings. Pejić is the first name attached to the film project. Emma Watson was previously rumoured to star as Ariel herself, although she told reporters in April that she hasn't been offered the role and hadn't seen the script. Either way, Pejić's casting adds even more intrigue to the highly-anticipated film, which sees Coppola venturing into Disney-level blockbuster territory for the first time. According to earlier reports, Coppola's adaptation will take be more kid-friendly, although it will retain the Anderson's original tragic ending, which sees the mermaid sacrificing herself rather than kill her prince.
Revealing Dita Von Teese in a Fully Articulated 3D Printed Gown Last night at the Ace Hotel in New York to a crowd of uber-cool fashonistas and paparazzi we revealed the 3D printed gown designed by Michael Schmidt and Francis Bitonti modeled by queen of burlesque Dita Von Teese. The fully articulated gown based on the Fibonacci sequence was designed by Michael Schmidt and 3D modeled by architect Francis Bitonti to be 3D printed in Nylon by Shapeways. The gown was assembled from 17 pieces, dyed black, lacquered and adorned with over 13,000 Swarovski crystals to create a sensual flowing form. Thousands of unique components were 3D printed in a flowing mesh designed exactly to fit Dita’s body. This represents the possibility to 3D print complex, customized fabric like garments designed exactly to meet a specific person or need.
Ex Machina Movie Review & Film Summary (2015) Real science fiction is about ideas, which means that real science fiction is rarely seen on movie screens, a commercially minded canvas that's more at ease with sensation and spectacle. What you more often get from movies is something that could be called "science fiction-flavored product"—a work that has a few of the superficial trappings of the genre, such as futuristic production design and somewhat satirical or sociological observations about humanity, but that eventually abandons its pretense for fear of alienating or boring the audience and gives way to more conventional action or horror trappings, forgetting about whatever made it seem unusual to begin with. "Ex Machina," the directorial debut by novelist and screenwriter Alex Garland ("28 Days Later," "Sunshine"), is a rare and welcome exception to that norm. It starts out as an ominous thriller about a young programmer (Domhnall Gleeson) orbiting a charismatic Dr.
Androgynous model Andreja Pejic comes out as transgender Andreja Pejic – formerly Andrej Pejic – revolutionised the fashion industry when she stepped onto both the men's and women's runways, becoming the most successful androgynous model in the business and producing stunning fashion imagery along the way. Who can forget the moment she stepped onto the catwalk in Jean Paul Gaultier's SS11 show in this sheer bridal gown? Assigned a male gender at birth, Pejic has always been outspoken about gender fluidity in fashion. NANCY ♡ GIRL: SATURDAY SHOW ♥ VIVIENNE WESTWOOD'S BUFFALO GALS ♥ BUFFALO GAL (GIRL) STYLE PART 3 (read part 1 and part 2) So here is where it all began...with one of the very early collections from Vivienne Westwood (in collaboration with her beau Malcolm McLaren) back in Paris in 1982-ish (might have shown in 1981 actually)...if you really look at it, including the makeup and androgyny, it looks very pre-pre-grunge... “In March 1982, McLaren and Westwood opened a second shop. It was called 'Nostalgia of Mud' and the fascia was covered by a world map. The interior was styled like an archaeological dig.
Fashion - SKIN GRAPH Future Tailoring - Couture With Personality Skin Graph has development advanced 3D mapping techniques, parametric design and data-driven fabrication processes, with the focus to address the engineered neutrality of optimisation. Skin Graph questions the practice of tailoring and proposes operative strategies that can inscribe the personality of the individual directly into apparel. With the underlining philosophy; that the individual must have a level of integrated authorship within the design process itself to truly create the bespoke.
Ex Machina stunt at SXSW has users falling for a robot on Tinder Love-seeking Tinder users at the SXSW festival in Austin, Texas have found themselves the victim of a sneaky marketing stunt to promote artificial intelligence thriller Ex Machina. The weekend saw festival goers fall for a 25-year-old woman called Ava who turned out to have a secret: she’s a robot. Echoing the plot of the film, which premiered at SXSW on Saturday, users who swiped left were then engaged in a conversation with her which served as a form of Turing test. According to AdWeek, “Ava” asked questions such as “Have you ever been in love?” and “What makes you human” before ultimately sending a link to her Instagram page, which revealed the nature of the stunt. The picture used on the Tinder profile was of Alicia Vikander, who plays the seductive android in the film.
Chameleonic gemstones map brain activity across headdress Fashion studio The Unseen has created a gemstone-encrusted headdress that changes colour in response to varying energy levels in the brain. Continuing her work with colour-changing ink, The Unseen founder Lauren Bowker worked with gemstone company Swarovski to form the Vicenza headpiece. Over 4,000 specially grown stones cover the top of the headdress, formed from overlapping layers of leather that cover the wearer's forehead, temples, tops of ears and back of the neck. The Black Spinel stones are coated in Bowker's signature ink, which responds to different climatic conditions. Acting as conduction insulators, the stones absorb energy loss from the head and change colour as the levels vary. "It works on every person we have tried," Bowker told Dezeen.