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Cybernetic Serendipity: A Documentation Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2016 23 Nov 2016 – 22 Jan 2017 Previously at the ICA - Exhibitions Cybernetic Serendipity Exhibition poster, Institute of Contemporary Art, 2 August – 20 October, 1968 © Cybernetic Serendipity Cybernetic Serendipity: A Documentation 14 Oct 2014 – 30 Nov 2014 Fox Reading Room Entry with Day Membership Sign up to our mailing list for invitations to private views. ‘Where in London could you take a hippy, a computer programmer, a ten-year-old schoolboy and guarantee that each would be perfectly happy for an hour without you having to lift a finger to entertain them?’ Cybernetic Serendipity, the landmark exhibition curated by Jasia Reichardt in 1968, is being celebrated in the Fox Reading Room with a display of documents, installation photographs, press reviews, invitation cards and publications. Cybernetic Serendipity: A Walkthrough With Jasia Reichardt Cybernetic Serendipity: Gustav Metzger in conversation with Nick Lambert Curated by Jasia Reichardt Resources Related Media
Spirograph The name has been a registered trademark of Hasbro Inc. since 1998 following purchase of the company that had acquired the Denys Fisher company. The Spirograph brand was relaunched with original product configurations in the USA in 2013 by Kahootz Toys and in Europe by Goldfish and Bison. History The mathematician Bruno Abakanowicz invented the Spirograph between 1881 and 1900. It was used for calculating an area delimited by curves. Drawing toys based on gears have been around since at least 1908, when The Marvelous Wondergraph was advertised in the Sears catalog. An article describing how to make a Wondergraph drawing machine appeared in the Boys Mechanic publication in 1913. The Spirograph itself was developed by the British engineer Denys Fisher, who exhibited at the 1965 Nuremberg International Toy Fair. Operation Animation of a Spirograph Several Spirograph designs drawn with a Spirograph set Mathematical basis Consider a fixed outer circle of radius from on
Littlepixel internets™ Legendary Animator Chuck Jones Creates an Oscar-Winning Animation About the Virtues of Universal Health Care (1949) While our country looks like it might be coming apart at the seams, it’s good to revisit, every once in a while, moments when it did work. And that’s not so that we can feel nostalgic about a lost time, but so that we can remind ourselves how, given the right conditions, things could work well once again. One example from history (and recently rediscovered by a number of blogs during the AHCA debacle in Congress) is this government propaganda film from 1949—the Harry S. Directed by Chuck Jones, better known for animating Bugs Bunny, Porky Pig, Daffy Duck, and the Road Runner, "So Much for So Little" follows our main character from infancy—where doctors help immunize babies against whooping cough, diphtheria, rheumatic fever, and smallpox—through school to dating, marriage, becoming parents, and settling into a nice, healthy retirement. The film won an Academy Award in 1950 for Documentary Short Subject—not best sci-fi, despite how radical this all sounds. So what happened?
Understanding the Fibonacci Sequence and Golden Ratio – Fractal Enlightenment The Fibonacci Sequence The Fibonacci sequence is possibly the most simple recurrence relation occurring in nature. It is 0,1,1,2,3,5,8,13,21,34,55,89, 144… each number equals the sum of the two numbers before it, and the difference of the two numbers succeeding it. The Golden Ratio/Divine Ratio or Golden Mean - The quotient of any Fibonacci number and it’s predecessor approaches Phi, represented as ϕ (1.618), the Golden ratio. This iteration can continue both ways, infinitely. The Golden Ratio can be seen from a Chambered Nautilus to a Spiraling Galaxy The Golden Ratio can be applied to any number of geometric forms including circles, triangles, pyramids, prisms, and polygons. Sunflowers have a Golden Spiral seed arrangement. If you graph any number system, eventually patterns appear. Our universe and the numbers not only go on infinitely linear, but even it’s short segments have infinite points. Since the numbers are everywhere, everything is a part of a pattern. Image source
david hockney: me draw on iPad oct 11, 2011 david hockney: me draw on iPad copenhagen’s louisiana museum exhibited david hockney’s digital paintings in ‘me draw on iPad’ presented at the louisiana museum of modern art in copenhagen, ‘me draw on iPad‘ is an exhibition of the digital paintings created by british artist david hockney using the iPhone and iPad with the ‘brushes’ app. the installation includes 20 touch iPods and 20 iPads mounted along the walls, on each of which several paintings are exhibited on a sequential loop. a large-format triptych slide show directed by hockney displays additional works, while several projections showcase footage of hockney’s process and a start-to-finish animation playback of several pieces. over the course of the exhibition, hockney occasionally sent new iPad drawings via e-mail to be added to the show, illustrating an interesting potential that the digital medium offers for museum exhibition. installation view of the iPads image © designboom closer viewimage © designboom
MyMiniFactory - Guaranteed 3D Printable Designs Elegant gifs for a more civilized age. Saikutatko? Työnantaja voi puuttua poissaoloihin: palkka pois, korvaavaa työtä ja keskustelu | Yle Uutiset | yle.fi Sairauslomalapun hakija saattaa yllättyä kovasti, kun työnantaja sanookin, että työntekijä voikin tehdä vaikkapa paperitöitä kun asiakaspalvelu ei sujukaan esimerkiksi äänen menetyksen vuoksi. Varatuomari Kaija Kess toteaa suoraan, että lääkärin kirjoittama sairauslomatodistus on vain lääkärin antama lausunto potilaan työkyvystä tai työkyvyttömyydestä. – Tämä tarkoittaa sitä, että lääkäri ei päätä sairauslomasta, eikä varsinkaan sen palkallisuudesta. Töissä pitää olla kivaa.Riitta Uhrman Terveystalon työterveyden ylilääkäri Minna Pihlajamäki vahvistaa asian. – Se on vain suositus poissaoloon. Työntekijä voi potilassalaisuuteen vedoten piilottaa sairauden tunnistetiedot työnantajalta, mutta työnantajalla on palkanmaksua varten oikeus pyytää lisäselvityksiä. Lääkärin suositus poissaolosta ei velvoita työntekijääkään. – Potilaallakaan ei ole mitään velvollisuutta noudattaa sitä, mutta hyvässä hoitosuhteessa näistä asioista keskustellaan niin, että myös potilas sitoutuu hoitoon. Lue lisää:
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