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Just found this. Circa 1993. Maybe 1994.

Just found this. Circa 1993. Maybe 1994.

Aug 2


ri-science: A demonstration of the VeinViewer - a device which allows you to see through the skin. The VeinViewer uses near-infrared light to detect vessels and blood up to 10mm beneath the surface, and projects a picture onto the skin to reveal vessel structure and blood flow in real time.

Clip taken from the 2013 Royal Institution CHRISTMAS LECTURES: Life Fantastic Lecture 1 - Where do I come from?

Jul 20
“We got a group together and said what we wanted to do, and the administration just said, ‘O.K., ask for any equipment or advice you need,’ ” said Colleen Perry, who is studying bioengineering. “We’ve definitely made mistakes, but it’s probably the first time in our lives that we’re not getting a grade and we don’t have anyone telling us what to do.” A Classroom Leaves the Syllabus to the Students - (via infoneer-pulse)

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“[The modern Western economist] is used to measuring the “standard of living” by the amount of annual consumption, assuming all the time that a man who consumes more is “better off” than a man who consumes less. A Buddhist economist would consider this approach excessively irrational: since consumption is merely a means to human well-being, the aim should be to obtain the maximum of well-being with the minimum of consumption.” Buddhist Economics – fantastic, timely read from 1973 (via explore-blog)

(Source: explore-blog)

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(Source: border-studies, via safsafu)

Jun 22
I will design the Internet for wine

I will design the Internet for wine

Jun 21
“With all of the video content available today, more and more of us are spending our lives in our heads - simulating the experiences of others from the comfort of our homes. As our lives become more and more sedentary, we need more and more content to watch. Fortunately, there is no shortage of imagination in this world and, when there is, “reality” can be commodified and packaged as television programming. The result of all this content consumption is that much of what we learn is not learned through first-hand experience, but by observing others. And, unfortunately, much of what we’re observing is incomplete or has little relation to the way things actually are. When we see a TV drama about the meth trade (Breaking Bad), we build a mental model of what things are like in that subculture - even if the series has little relation to the actual workings of the industry. When we watch Lauren Conrad and her friends on Laguna Beach, we think that the life of a young socialite in LA consists of 24/7 parties, Bentleys, and passionate trysts on various darkened beaches. However, in actuality, these unbelievably enticing scenes are constructed by clever producers to make fairly normal and mundane existences seem truly unbelievable . All of this is to say that our lives today are getting filled with disembodied knowledge - that is, knowledge gleaned by mental machination and simulation, not by active real-world experience.” The Floating Brain: Learning in the 21st Century | WikiMind | Big Think (via infoneer-pulse)

(via infoneer-pulse)

Jun 6

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