1. My new sounds:

  2. My new sounds:

  3. Probably the most beautiful use of movement by a door I've ever seen
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  4. szymon:

Dizzy glass by Sebastian Bergne
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  5. experimentsinmotion:

A Bridge to Nature: Barreau & Charbonnet’s “Volet Vegetal” Gardening Concept
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  6. Biomodd is an art installation that brings plants, computers, electronics and people together - all working harmoniously with one another. We’ve built a few different major versions in the past.Biomodd [ATH1] Athens, Ohio, USA (2007)Biomodd [LBA2] Los Banos, Philippines (2009) Biomodd [TUDelft3] Delft, Belgium (2010) Typically, the installations have refurbished computers that are cooled by algae…… the algae are then cooled by a tank filled with tropical fish….… the fish water is used to nourish plants growing alongside the computers……and plants flourish because of the heat of the computers……while the computers run a multiplayer video game.We’re working on new version in New York, and we’ve been featured on Huffington Post and Wired! Yay! But we still need help completing the project! We’ve put up an  Indiegogo campaignto fund three new goals we want for the project. 
Make Biomodd more sustainable. We’d like to use a more extended photovoltaic system. This means Biomodd will be powered by more solar energy and rely less on the grid.
Support urban agriculture and e-waste re-use. We’re working with local immigrant families in Queens through Immigrant Movement International.
Use robotic caretakers for the window gardens. Biomodd was initiatiated by senior TED Fellow artist and biologist Angelo Vermeulen, who is working with NASA to test out robotic caretakers for gardens that could potentially be grown during space missions.
  7. Biomodd is an art installation that brings plants, computers, electronics and people together - all working harmoniously with one another. We’ve built a few different major versions in the past.Biomodd [ATH1] Athens, Ohio, USA (2007)Biomodd [LBA2] Los Banos, Philippines (2009) Biomodd [TUDelft3] Delft, Belgium (2010) Typically, the installations have refurbished computers that are cooled by algae…… the algae are then cooled by a tank filled with tropical fish….… the fish water is used to nourish plants growing alongside the computers……and plants flourish because of the heat of the computers……while the computers run a multiplayer video game.We’re working on new version in New York, and we’ve been featured on Huffington Post and Wired! Yay! But we still need help completing the project! We’ve put up an  Indiegogo campaignto fund three new goals we want for the project. 
Make Biomodd more sustainable. We’d like to use a more extended photovoltaic system. This means Biomodd will be powered by more solar energy and rely less on the grid.
Support urban agriculture and e-waste re-use. We’re working with local immigrant families in Queens through Immigrant Movement International.
Use robotic caretakers for the window gardens. Biomodd was initiatiated by senior TED Fellow artist and biologist Angelo Vermeulen, who is working with NASA to test out robotic caretakers for gardens that could potentially be grown during space missions.
  8. https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=272953982816233&set=a.228082003970098.41476.228080417303590&type=1
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  9. The most popular Tumblr post of all time

    climateadaptation:

    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^ LOOK ^^^^^^^^^^^^^

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  10. "Science cannot solve the ultimate mystery of nature. And that is because, in the last analysis, we ourselves are part of nature and therefore part of the mystery that we are trying to solve."

    Max Planck (via expose-the-light)

    (via infinity-imagined)

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  11. climateadaptation:

“We are now in uncharted territory,”
nbcnews:

Arctic sea ice reaches new low, shattering record set just 3 weeks ago
New sea ice is finally starting to form again in the Arctic, scientists reported Wednesday, but not before reaching another record low last Sunday. 
“We are now in uncharted territory,” Mark Serreze, director of the National Snow and Ice Data Center, said in a statement announcing the record low of 1.32 million square miles — nearly half the average extent from 1979 to 2010. The extent has been tracked by satellite since 1979.
Read the complete story.


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  13. tableware made from sand - arsenicos by victor castaneradesignboom.com
table­ware made from sand - arseni­cos by vic­tor cas­tan­eraarseni­cos - table­ware made from sand by vic­tor cas­tan­eraimages © vic­tor cas­tan­eraplay­ing off the char­ac­ter­is­tics of sand and water absorp­tion on the beach,…

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  14. New Zealand Grants a River the Rights of Personhood
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