Ask me anything   I'd like to change the world someday.

hazifiy:

✩ new indie/bambi blog ✩

hazifiy:

✩ new indie/bambi blog ✩

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helloworlditsjared:

Ashley Moore (Nous) // Los Angeles CA



Shot by Jared Thomas Kocka
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helloworlditsjared:

Ashley Moore (Nous) // Los Angeles CA

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Im confident a place like this exists somewhere in the galaxy.

Im confident a place like this exists somewhere in the galaxy.

— 3 days ago
#krypton 
berkeleyengineering:

MIT’s Tangible Media Group creates inFORM, a Dynamic Shape Display that renders 3D content physically.

Through inFORM, users can interact with digital information in a tangible way.  inFORM can also interact with the physical world around it, e.g. moving objects on the table’s surface.

berkeleyengineering:

MIT’s Tangible Media Group creates inFORM, a Dynamic Shape Display that renders 3D content physically.

Through inFORM, users can interact with digital information in a tangible way. inFORM can also interact with the physical world around it, e.g. moving objects on the table’s surface.

(Source: vimeo.com)

— 3 days ago with 151 notes
spacettf:

Kepler-186 by Digital Drew Space Art on Flickr.Tramite Flickr:
Kepler-186 is a red dwarf in the constellation Cygnus which hosts a planet (Kepler-186f) in its habitable zone that has a radius slightly larger than Earth’s.  The discovery of the planet Kepler-186f was announced on April 17, 2014.  Although it is not possible with present-day technology to determine the surface or atmospheric conditions of the planet, the planet’s size and location make it a possible candidate for a world like our own.

spacettf:

Kepler-186 by Digital Drew Space Art on Flickr.

Tramite Flickr:
Kepler-186 is a red dwarf in the constellation Cygnus which hosts a planet (Kepler-186f) in its habitable zone that has a radius slightly larger than Earth’s. The discovery of the planet Kepler-186f was announced on April 17, 2014. Although it is not possible with present-day technology to determine the surface or atmospheric conditions of the planet, the planet’s size and location make it a possible candidate for a world like our own.

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