Snares And Traps Disclaimer: Traps are presented for information purposes only, they are dangerous, some lethally so. Using them is also illegal in all likelihood. Don't use them except in a survival situation. Ishiyama Osamu The Gorgeous Daily Browse: Home / Architecture, Interiors / Ishiyama Osamu Enlaces Ishiyama Osamu By admin on 17/10/2014
Avegant Glyph review: A wearable cinema for serious movie fans The first time I tried out the Glyph was almost exactly a year ago. At the time I remember thinking it was pretty cool, but a little uncomfortable to wear. The nose pad was still being tweaked, and the prototype was missing some of the gloss and finish of a final product (bare wires were exposed, for example). artscape International Osamu Ishiyama (1944-), an outsider architect who tends to work for outsider clients (the disabled, the deviant, the disenfranchised), is an exemplary member of the so-called "Red School" of Japanese architecture. A classification championed by historian Terunobu Fujimori, himself a high-profile Red School dilettante, the Red School is the subversive alternative to the more mainstream White School -- the former defined as visceral, warm, heavy, thick, rough, handmade, the latter as cerebral, cool, light, sharp, transparent, machined. The distinction isn't always easy to make: a slight shift of viewpoint places Tadao Ando's geometrical compositions of raw concrete in either camp (Fujimori calls him "pink"), and since the turn of the millennium Toyo Ito seems to have abandoned purest White for a trajectory through ever-deepening Red. Ishiyama himself has produced work of such range that the Red label is best seen as an ideological stance rather than a stylistic palette.
This $18 Smartphone Gadget Turns Your World Into An Augmented Reality First-Person Shooter Life is just one big game of laser tag with Father.io. I got a chance to play with an early prototype of the company’s Inceptor smartphone dongle and its augmented reality massive multiplayer first-person shooter app. It was a blast. The company is launching on Indiegogo today, aiming to raise $50,000. Check out the video above to see Tito and myself annoy the hell out of everyone in the TechCrunch office while playing Father.io.
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DiverXO – The Art of Plating To announce its’ relocation to the NH Collection Eurobuilding hotel in Madrid, the three Michelin starred DiverXO releases this extremely bold and twisted short film directed by Marc Ortiz. The video, which eccentrically blurs the line between food and art, features chef David Muñoz and his team preparing and plating a selection of peculiar dishes for a bizarre group of guests. Watch now and be prepared to have your mind blown. CreditsDirected by: Marc OrtizProduction Company: Attic FIlmsExecutive producer: Rafa Endeiza, Paco GallegoProductor designer: Rober LópezDoP: Rafa ReparazCostumer designer: Vivi VerdumMusic by: Luis HernaizSound designer: Laura DíezArt director: Román SilgadoEdited by: Marc OrtizCasting by: Ana LambarriVisual Effects: Raúl Sanz, Ñaña González, NOHMake Up: Milko González TAOP Staff Admin
How to Survive a Nuclear Attack: 21 Steps 1Seek shelter immediately. Aside from the geopolitical warning signs, your first warnings of an imminent nuclear attack will most likely be an alarm or warning signal; if not, it will be the blast itself. The bright light from a detonation of a nuclear weapon can be seen tens of miles away from ground zero. If within the vicinity of the blast (or ground zero), your chances of survival are virtually nonexistent unless you are in a shelter that provides a very (VERY) good blast protection. If you are a few miles out, you will have about 10-15 seconds until the heat wave hits you, and maybe 20-30 seconds until the shock wave does. Under no circumstances should you look directly at the fireball.