zeldathemes
Blog Title Goes Here Apparently
1 2 3 4 5 »
science-junkie:

'Invisibility cloak' uses lenses to bend light
A device called the Rochester Cloak uses an array of lenses to bend light, effectively rendering what is on the other side invisible to the eye. One of the problems with the cloaking devices developed to date — and it’s a big one — is that they really only work if both the viewer and whatever is being cloaked remain still. This, of course, is not entirely practical, but a difficult problem to solve. For the first time, researchers have made a cloaking device that works multidirectionally in three dimensions — using no specialised equipment, but four standard lenses.
Read more @CNET

science-junkie:

'Invisibility cloak' uses lenses to bend light

A device called the Rochester Cloak uses an array of lenses to bend light, effectively rendering what is on the other side invisible to the eye.
One of the problems with the cloaking devices developed to date — and it’s a big one — is that they really only work if both the viewer and whatever is being cloaked remain still. This, of course, is not entirely practical, but a difficult problem to solve. For the first time, researchers have made a cloaking device that works multidirectionally in three dimensions — using no specialised equipment, but four standard lenses.

Read more @CNET

luciid-dr3ams:

x

luciid-dr3ams:

x

Rami Kadi, Haute Couture F/W 2013-14

myampgoesto11:

Sayaka Ishizuka's Rice Deity (2014) installation made of 4,200 handmade strands of rice grains

part of Life Threads exhibition at Pearl Lam Galleries Shanghai 12 May 2014 - 23 August 2014

Rice Deity (2014), a walk-in installation newly produced for this exhibition encompassing a third of the gallery space, consists of 4,200 handmade strings of rice grains hung from the ceiling, as well as used utensils and an old table collected from antique markets in Shanghai. Ishizuka spent 18 months developing the work, which was first conceived for a 2009 project in Echigo-Tsumari, an area known for its top quality rice production in Japan, and exhibited in an old deserted Japanese house. The artist immersed herself in researching rice production, living and working with rice farmers for six months. She views rice as the seeds of life, representing warmth, nourishment and sustenance, with the threads of rice symbolising the link between the past and the present in an infinite chain of life.

By presenting Rice Deity in Shanghai, a modern environment with its own rice culture, Ishizuka mentioned the human affinity with rice and its centrality to lived culture in Asia are mutual in both Japan and China, and by collecting used utensils in Shanghai, the artist creates the connection between her work and the city’s past and history. 

cowabunnga:

This is a representation of a healthy relationship; equally nourishing one another and allowing each lovers mind to blossom freely all the while being supportive and naturally developing similar flowering thoughts and beliefs along the way. 


This is a representation what alcohol does to me

cowabunnga:

This is a representation of a healthy relationship; equally nourishing one another and allowing each lovers mind to blossom freely all the while being supportive and naturally developing similar flowering thoughts and beliefs along the way. 

This is a representation what alcohol does to me



Elephants walking through a rain forest.

ahh they look like bunnies in grass!!


At first glance I thought they were coffee beans in some algae

Elephants walking through a rain forest.

ahh they look like bunnies in grass!!

At first glance I thought they were coffee beans in some algae

Its nice to be needed by the president

Its nice to be needed by the president

Orange is the New Black: a summary

pricepricebaby:

abulletforniki:

powerofvoodoo:

well this is rEALLY CUTE.

IT’S THE CUTEST THING I’VE EVER SEEN.

I have reblogged this at least 5 times and I don’t care

I’m doomed either way

I’m doomed either way

urlcarpenter:

long ago, the four nations lived together in harmony

urlcarpenter:

long ago, the four nations lived together in harmony

gigaguess:

robregal:

This is the proper reaction.

You can see the internal “Do I call him an idiot, or do I keep getting paid…?”