Japan-based filmmaker darwinfish105 has documented the diverse array of clouds that form over Tokyo in a beautiful time-lapse video that was recorded this spring and summer from various vantage points around the city.
Back in March we posted about the dramatic backlit cut paper sculptures of art duo Hari & Deepti (Harikrishnan Panicker and Deepti Nair). They’ve since produced quite a few more wonderfully atmospheric works for a recently completed show at the Black Book Gallery in Denver.
photos via Black Book Gallery
Since February 4th, 2014, Dr. Jeff Wilson has been living in a 33-square-foot dumpster for The Dumpster Project, an ongoing experiment in minimalist living at Huston-Tillotson University in Austin. During the course of the project, Wilson and his students will be continually upgrading the dumpster through three distinct design phases: dumpster camping, average American dumpster home, and über dumpster. The current edition of the dumpster — phase two — features air conditioning, basic appliances and amenities, and water and power connections. The über dumpster, which will feature a pop-up second story and a folding balcony, is expected to launch in 2015. Wilson has committed to living in the dumpster for a full year. The project can be followed on Instagram.
photos via The Atlantic
via The Atlantic
Nixie is small quadcopter camera drone that can be worn like a wristband when not in use. Nixie can autonomously fly and shoot video, allowing the user to record aerial video of themselves or the surrounding environment hands-free. Nixie is currently being developed by Christoph Kohstall, Jelena Jovanovic, and Michael Niedermayr. It is a finalist in the Intel Make It Wearable (MIW) Challenge.
images via Nixie
via Creators Project