Edward Cullinan Architects: Specialists in sustainable and environmental designacademia"The cyberPRINT is a multisensory re-presentation of the fluctuating body in real time. It uses physiological activity as its energetic input,architectural design as its expressive will, and digital space as its context. The cyberPRINT... more "The cyberPRINT is a multisensory re-presentation of the fluctuating body in real time. It uses physiological activity as its energetic input,architectural design as its expressive will, and digital space as its context. The cyberPRINT explores the ancient fascination with the depiction of the self and the body. This virtual reality (desktop and/or immersive) based "architecture of being" creates a self-atmosphere, giving form to a language previously only perceived by the medical profession.
Foster + PartnersWind Power Breaks Records In Spain -- Produces More Electricity Than Any Other Source For 3 Months, & Breaks 6 TWh in JanuaryClean Power Published on February 6th, 2013 | by Zachary Shahan Denmark, the US, and Germany aren’t the only countries breaking wind power records these days. Spain is also a notable leader seeing strong wind power growth. “Since Nov. 1, wind has been the top technology in the electrical system,” the Spanish Wind Energy Association (SWEA) was quoted as writing on its blog. Additionally, data from grid operator Red Electrica de Espana concluded that 6 terawatt-hours (TWh) of electricity had been generated from wind in January, another first for the country. In total, SWEA noted that 6 TWh of electricity was enough to power “enough to cover the electricity consumption of the majority of Spanish households” and that it “could cover the annual electricity consumption of countries like Honduras and Bolivia.” One more interesting fact from the SWEA blog is that the Spanish economy has gained €3 for every €1 of wind power incentives it has given. About the Author