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Tuesday, January 24, 2006

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The Vanishing Point
The built environment of the city has always been incomplete, by omission and necessity, and will remain so. Despite the visions of futurists, the work of our planners and cement-layers thankfully remains a fractured and discontinuous whole, an urban field riven with internal margins, pockmarked by decay, underlaid with secret waterways. Launch

Flickeur randomly retrieves images from and creates an infinite film with a style that can vary between stream-of-consciousness, documentary or video clip. All the blends, motions, zooms or timeleaps are completely random. Flickeur works like a looped magnetic tape where incoming images will merge with older materials and be influenced by the older recordings' magnetic memory. [Requires Flash 8]

Denial of Perspective
Felice Varini paints lines, concentric circles, and triangles on things (tunnels, castles, groovy interiors). A seemingly random smattering of elements that, viewed from a specific point in space, coalesce into a tangible planar element.

Science's 10 Most Beautiful Experiments
Robert P. Crease, a member of the philosophy department at the State University of New York at Stony Brook and the historian at Brookhaven National Laboratory, recently asked physicists to nominate the most beautiful experiment of all time. We list below 10 winners of this polling and accompany the short explanations of the physical experiments with computer animations.

13 things that do not make sense
(from the news service)
From the placebo effect, to the cold fusion, passing through the dark matter, the tetraneutrons, and the not-so-constant constants.


American Mazes


Conclave Obscurum


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