photojojo:

The panorama above is the largest true-color image of the night sky ever captured.
Nick Risinger used six astronomical cameras and 37,000 photographs to compile a 360 degree view of the sky. Check out the full image here!
Largest True-Color Photo of the Night Sky
via Peta Pixel

photojojo:

The panorama above is the largest true-color image of the night sky ever captured.

Nick Risinger used six astronomical cameras and 37,000 photographs to compile a 360 degree view of the sky. Check out the full image here!

Largest True-Color Photo of the Night Sky

via Peta Pixel

ryanpanos:

cjwho:

A Walking City for the 21st Century by Manuel Dominguez

In a world where people live more mobile lifestyles than they have for centuries, cities are facing a problem they rarely planned for: their citizens move away. When jobs and resources start to decline, modern cities, such as Detroit, suffer difficult and often wasteful processes of urban contraction. In contrast to this, Manuel Dominguez’s “Very Large Structure,” the result of his thesis project at ETSA Madrid, proposes a nomadic city that can move on caterpillar tracks to locations where work and resources are abundant.

Of course this is not the first time that the idea of a nomadic city has been proposed. Ron Herron’s Walking City is one of the more recognizable Archigram designs from the 1960s, and has been influential to architectural theory ever since. However, the design for the “Very Large Structure” expands on the Walking City by including strong proposals for energy generation on board the city.

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thisistheverge:

Piano roll production at QRS Music

How piano rolls are created, via infovore

photojojo:

Did you know you can turn a phone into a projector?

Yep, and it only costs a dollar. It almost sounds too good to be true, but this DIY will show you how to set up a photo viewer in your home.

DIY: Turn Your Phone into a Projector for $1