Einstein's spooky action acts at 10,000 times the speed of light A bonus scene from REALITY LOST, a different documentary about quantum mechanics by Karol Jalochowski, the movie produced by Centre for Quantum Technologies (CQT) at National University of Singapore. Christian Kurtsiefer, a Principal Investigator at CQT, explains how and why he hacks quantum cryptographic systems. Dag Kaszlikowski is the host. We filmed this conversation at the Thow Kwang Pottery Jungle. Website-ready color schemes for Color Schemer Browse Schemes Sort: Date|Rating|Downloads Showing schemes 1-10 of 6,152 2,777 Downloads+aqua By: ibrahimefouad 0 Comments #e60268 on 0to255 +17 #fff 100% +16 #fff9fc 99% +15 #ffe8f2 95% +14 #ffd7e9 92% +13 #ffc6df 89% +12 #feb5d6 85% +11 #fea5cd 82% +10 #fe94c3 79% +9 #fe83ba 75% +8 #fe72b1 72% +7 #fe61a7 69% +6 #fd509e 65% +5 #fd4094 62% +4 #fd2f8b 59% +3 #fd1e82 55% +2 #fd0d78 52% +1 #f70270 49% 0 #e60268 45% -1 #d50260 42% -2 #c40259 39% -3 #b30251 35% -4 #a3014a 32% -5 #920142 29% -6 #81013a 25% -7 #700133 22% -8 #5f012b 19% -9 #4e0123 15% -10 #3e011c 12% -11 #2d0014 9% -12 #1c000d 5% -13 #0b0005 2% -14 #000 0%
Dashboard Widget » DHTML Colour Picker ColourMod originally made its debut as a web-based DHTML Dynamic Colour Picker. Since the inception of OS X from Apple, ColourMod has been ported to the Dashboard interface and is fully functional in OS X Tiger and Leopard, Lion and Mountain Lion. Sick of having to open up Photoshop, or another graphics program just so you can get a color value? Tired of not having a quick and easy way of converting Hex values to RGB, CMYK or HSV? ColourMod for OS X's Dashboard interface brings ease and simplicity to colour picking on the Mac and solves those problems. Designinterviews Eva-Lotta is a freelance User Experience Designer. She previously led the Business design team at Skype, worked as interaction designer for Yahoo! in London and as lead designer for Kahn + Associates in Paris. Besides her daytime mission of making the web a more understandable, usable and hopefully more delightful place, she loves sketching, doodling and playing around with various little side projects. In her interview to DI she shared her feelings about her in-house work experience as well as her new freelance status.
City Systems It would be far easier and would require less energy to build new, efficient cities than to attempt to update and solve the problems of the old ones. The Venus Project proposes a Research City that would use the most sophisticated available resources and construction techniques. Its geometrically elegant and efficient circular arrangement will be surrounded by, and incorporated into the city design, parks and lovely gardens. This city will be designed to operate with the minimum expenditure of energy using the cleanest technology available, which will be in harmony with nature to obtain the highest possible standard of living for everyone. This system facilitates efficient transportation for city residents, eliminating the need for automobiles.
Monitor Calibration and Profiling If you can not trust the colors displayed on your monitor, all other color management is a waste of time. Calibrating and profiling your monitor should, therefore, be your first priority. Luckily, it is the easiest part of the image capture, editing, and printing system to profile. The cost to do this ranges from free to expensive. Neverbland Deliverable Deck by Filippo Chiumiento In the last couple of weeks I've been working on a presentation and deliverable deck to create a consistent @NEVERBLAND experience throughout everything we send out. A great delivery makes all the difference to a client and to the overall concept progression, giving a deeper understanding of your vision and how the project works collectively. Therefore, I've created an Internal UX Kit, to make all our internal wireframes look consistent, defining colour palette, typography rules as well as defining the level of detail to use for Low-fi and High-fi Wireframes.
Color Codes Matching Chart HTML (CMYK, RGB Hex) Color Moods in Logo Design The logo designer can already transmit a basic mood by the choice of color codes but their connotations can differ widely from culture to culture. For example, pink: In Europe it stands for softness and being childish, but in Korea it stands for trust. Typical uses of colors in North America and Western Europe include: Activity (Red, Orange, Yellow); Honesty (White, Blue, Green); Functionality (White, Grey, Black); Ideal (White, Blue, Gold); Cleverness (White, Blue, Silver); Performance (Blue, Gold, Red); Innovation (Violet, Orange, Silver); Objectivity (White, Grey, Blue); Speed (Silver, Red, Yellow). Chromatic - achromatic contrasts
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