MIT – Interactive Dynamic Video

Framer – A WYSIWYG For Designing With Code

motion sensitive sculpture


You can now print full color 3D holograms with regular inkjet printers

SIGGRAPH 2015 – Massive environments in Clarisse at Tippett Studio



Game Of Thrones Season 6 Vfx Breakdown by Rodeo FX

Physically Based Shading in Theory and Practice

Bright Woods Collection by Giancarlo Zema for Luxyde


the mystery of why you cant remember being a baby

Best 3D Slicer Software Tools for 3D Printing


breakthrough by Disney enables realistic 3D eye reconstruction from a single photo

Autodesk releases LIVE, an Interactive Visualization Tool for Revit


Nvidia VRWorks 360 Video SDK – New VR and Ray Tracing Tools for Developers


Dribble – sharing art and design


Logo maker


logopond – log inspiration



google fonts


20 Free Design Tools for Ecommerce Merchants

$199 stereo camera

3D Print a Robot Arm


Prof. Ravi Ramamoorthi New light rendering technique ups the realism of computer generated images


The First Artificial Animal Made From 3D Printing and Genetic Engineering

Computational Thermoforming

Most and Wonderful Unusual Animals on Earth


Why CG Sucks (Except It Does not)

Unity Engine Demo – Real Time Rendered Short Film

Deep Learning Demystified

Invasion! a new short film by VR animation company Baobab Studios

Voxilion – model scan library


Do You Listen to Music While Working? Here’s What It Does to Your Brain


Large Scale Deep Learning with TensorFlow

Movidius – visual sensing processing

0-360 Panoramic Optic


Eye-mirror 360 camera mirror


weta – Why Putting In 110 Per Cent Pays Off

Grow Crystals That Glow with Magnetic Induction

5 Thought Experiments That Will Melt Your Brain

1- the basic concept of the “Swampman” thought experiment posited by the philosopher Donald Davidson in the late-1980s. In this experiment a man is traveling through a swamp and killed by a bolt of lightning, but — by sheer chance — another bolt of lightning strikes a nearby swamp and rearranges all the organic particles to create an exact replica (including all the memories and such) of the man who was killed. The new Swampman wakes up and lives the rest of the deceased man’s life.

2- Achilles and the tortoise are racing at constant speeds: Very fast and very slow, respectively. At some point in the race, Achilles reaches the tortoise’s original starting point. But in the time it took Achilles to get there, the tortoise has moved forward. So, then Achilles’s next task would be to make up the new gap between himself and the tortoise, however by the time he did that, the tortoise would have again moved forward by some smaller amount. The process then repeats itself again and again. Achilles is always faced with a new (if smaller) gap to overcome. The takeaway: The great Achilles loses a race to a big dumb lumbering tortoise and no deficit is ever surmountable.

3- let’s say you just froze time at some point along an arrow’s trajectory . At that particular instant, the arrow is suspended in space in a single location. In any one instant of time, no motion is occurring. The arrow can only be in one place or the other and never in-between. So, how does it get from one instant to another if there is never a moment when it is in between the two places?

4- the question at hand is would a blind person who learned to distinguish basic shapes by touch be able to distinguish those objects when he suddenly received the power of sight? In other words, does information from one sensation translate to another, or do we associate them only in our minds?

5- You are on a bridge overlooking a set of trolley tracks and you notice that five people have been tied down to the tracks by a devious (and presumably moustache-twirling) villain. Then you see an out-of-control trolley barreling down the tracks that will certainly kill the unfortunate people unless someone intervenes. you realize that you are sharing your bridge with a gigantic fat man, who — if you were to push him in front of the trolley — would have enough girth to stop the trolley and save the five bound people, though he will certainly be killed.You are now faced with the following options: 1) Do nothing and the five people will die, or 2) Push the fat man in front of the trolley and sacrifice him for the five people. In either scenario, are you at all culpable in these innocent people’s deaths? Should the law make any distinction?

Insta360 Nano brings VR shooting to your iPhone

Build a Cloud Lamp with Sound Reactive Lightning

Build Your Own Awesome Blasting Off Rocket Lamp


prototype websites and mobile apps with Adobe Experience Design CC

UV maps


Nico 360 – World smallest 360degree camera

HYPER-REALITY by Keiichi Matsuda

RPI-CAM-NOIR – Official Raspberry Pi 8MP NoIR infrared Camera Board


Machine Learning course at Stanford University

scikit-learn – Machine Learning in Python

Simple and efficient tools for data mining and data analysis Accessible to everybody, and reusable in various contexts Built on NumPy, SciPy, and matplotlib Open source, commercially usable – BSD license

TensorFlow – open source software library for Machine Intelligence through numerical computation using data flow graphs

how to classify images with tensorflow