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Wow, mec, on serait pas dans un ordinateur, là ?

Wow, mec, on serait pas dans un ordinateur, là ?

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THE SKRILLEX CELL The Skrillex Cell is a multidisciplinary touring production that mixes 3D projection mapping and real-time motion capture for live performance. SHOW Sonny Moore - Executive Producer Tim Smith - Executive Producer Dave Navarro - Director / Art Director Miguel Garcia Risueno - Technical Director Corey Johnson - Producer / Production Manager Vello Virkhaus - Consulting Producer / V Squared Labs Mat Daly - Consulting Producer & Animator / Leviathan Phil Reyneri - TouchDesigner Programmer Stefano Novelli - Lead Fabricator Peter Sistrom - VFX Designer / V Squared Labs Mat Hale - Character Modeling & Rigging / Imag8nineteen Jose Fèlix Lucia - Lead UDK Developer William Kladis - UDK VFX Artist Scott Pagano - Animator Carlos Sa - Animator / V Squared Labs Jaume Creus - Animator Jordi Pagès - Animator Emile Van De Coevering - Animator / V Squared Labs Adam Murray - SFX Director / BPM SFX This video is directed and edited by Stephen Vasquez for roboto page ADD: Role: Director/ Art director

Disney Meets Orwell With These Super Cute Surveillance Cameras Trevisanutto developed these camera's as her senior thesis in partnership with a security system manufacturer looking to move into the consumer market. Parson Instead of anonymous grey boxes, Trevisanutto has created a menagerie of animals to house security cameras. Clever design flourishes, like using an exposed screw to suggest a gimlet eye, give the pieces a sense of wit while a smoked plastic panel exposes the camera's lens and keeps the series looking consistent.

The Universe Is Programmable. We Need an API for Everything Illustration: Ross Patton/WIRED Think about it like this: In the Book of Genesis, God is the ultimate programmer, creating all of existence in a monster six-day hackathon. Or, if you don’t like Biblical metaphors, you can think about it in simpler terms. Robert Moses was a programmer, shaping and re-shaping the layout of New York City for more than 50 years. Drug developers are programmers, twiddling enzymes to cure what ails us.

Sire by Aekae and Swisshorn Here are some photos of the latest collection of Sire spectacle frames, which are made of water buffalo horn. Designed by Zurich studio Aekae and manufactured by Swisshorn, the frames are made by hand from thin laminated layers of horn. Aekae showed the first six Sire frames on Dezeen back in 2009 and have since expanded the range to 18 frames for sunglasses and correctional lenses, all with the same distinctive gap between the lenses at the nose bridge. Check out our top ten stories about spectacles and shades here. Stills are by Sandra Kennel. Portraits are by Nadine Ottawa. A Neuroscientist's Radical Theory of How Networks Become Conscious - Wired Science It’s a question that’s perplexed philosophers for centuries and scientists for decades: Where does consciousness come from? We know it exists, at least in ourselves. But how it arises from chemistry and electricity in our brains is an unsolved mystery. Neuroscientist Christof Koch, chief scientific officer at the Allen Institute for Brain Science, thinks he might know the answer.

The Robot Car of Tomorrow May Just Be Programmed to Hit You Image: U.S. DOT Suppose that an autonomous car is faced with a terrible decision to crash into one of two objects. It could swerve to the left and hit a Volvo sport utility vehicle (SUV), or it could swerve to the right and hit a Mini Cooper. If you were programming the car to minimize harm to others–a sensible goal–which way would you instruct it go in this scenario? As a matter of physics, you should choose a collision with a heavier vehicle that can better absorb the impact of a crash, which means programming the car to crash into the Volvo.

Boston Area Graphic Design & Photography Now that we’ve introduced you to our new website we thought we should explain where our namesake comes from. As with any naming project we’re asked to approach, the name needs a few important attributes. Memorable: The name must be something succinct that is either unusual, different, or special. Ideally it would be all three.Creates a strong mental image: You know that look when a dog tilts his head when you say “cookie” or “walk”? This is what we’re talking about. Close your eyes, Bluerock looks like something.

The real cyborgs - in-depth feature about people merging with machines Ian Burkhart concentrated hard. A thick cable protruded from the crown of his shaven head. A sleeve sprouting wires enveloped his right arm. Pain Rays and Robot Swarms: The Radical New War Games the DOD Plays - Patrick Lin An insider's look at why ethics, policy, and law matter to current and future warfare Reuters/Alexis C. Madrigal In the year 2025, a rogue state--long suspected of developing biological weapons--now seems intent on using them against U.S. allies and interests.