Explore these ideas and much more!

Yayoi Kusama, "Infinity Mirrored Room", 1998. Com­po­sée de miroirs et de « molé­cu­les »,  l’obses­sion des points appli­qués sur des bal­lons per­tur­bent notre per­cep­tion => jeux de miroirs.

Yayoi Kusama, "Infinity Mirrored Room", 1998. Com­po­sée de miroirs et de « molé­cu­les », l’obses­sion des points appli­qués sur des bal­lons per­tur­bent notre per­cep­tion => jeux de miroirs.

pro·pri·o·cep·tion n. The unconscious perception of movement and spatial orientation arising from stimuli within the body itself. [Latin proprius, one's own; see per1 in Indo-European roots + (re)...

Two simple proprioception exercises for young and/or balance challenged horses using poles

pro·pri·o·cep·tion n. The unconscious perception of movement and spatial orientation arising from stimuli within the body itself. [Latin proprius, one's own; see per1 in Indo-European roots + (re)...

You have prob­a­bly seen a num­ber of vir­tual illu­sions that prove the lim­its of our per­cep­tion (and “per­fec­tion”!), such as the one below, or the one where you are asked to com­pare the length of two lines. Easy stuff, right?    Well, why don’t you try this fun Muller-Lyer Illu­sion. Which of the 2 cir­cles sur­rounded by other cir­cles is bigger?

You have prob­a­bly seen a num­ber of vir­tual illu­sions that prove the lim­its of our per­cep­tion (and “per­fec­tion”!), such as the one below, or the one where you are asked to com­pare the length of two lines. Easy stuff, right? Well, why don’t you try this fun Muller-Lyer Illu­sion. Which of the 2 cir­cles sur­rounded by other cir­cles is bigger?

Girls night out. Yup that's me in the middle....The only one passing on dessert! Still doesn't work!

Girls night out. Yup that's me in the middle....The only one passing on dessert! Still doesn't work!

Inception. What a Creative story. I like open ending/ sad ending.  I'm always wondering if the world we living is real? I wanna stay in my dream. Getting seconds of memory, going anywhere, doing everything, staying with the beloved girl, tasting danger but need not worrying about death.... (Christopher Nolan is my favourite director and I like the way he tells story. You can enjoy two stories in one movie and both make sense.)

Inception. What a Creative story. I like open ending/ sad ending. I'm always wondering if the world we living is real? I wanna stay in my dream. Getting seconds of memory, going anywhere, doing everything, staying with the beloved girl, tasting danger but need not worrying about death.... (Christopher Nolan is my favourite director and I like the way he tells story. You can enjoy two stories in one movie and both make sense.)

Manifest Re-Brand: For the rebrand­ing of dig­i­tal agency Manifest, Eight Hour Day took a con­cep­tual approach by explor­ing the notions of time, human expe­ri­ence, con­nec­tions and cre­ativ­ity. And as a result, in addition to the usual brand­ing deliv­er­ables, the team also devel­oped an impressive 40-character glyph lan­guage, “an ever-evolving time­stamp and sup­ple­men­tal “chap­ter” marks, each of which rep­re­sent an area of dis­ci­pline or a core value.”

Manifest Re-Brand: For the rebrand­ing of dig­i­tal agency Manifest, Eight Hour Day took a con­cep­tual approach by explor­ing the notions of time, human expe­ri­ence, con­nec­tions and cre­ativ­ity. And as a result, in addition to the usual brand­ing deliv­er­ables, the team also devel­oped an impressive 40-character glyph lan­guage, “an ever-evolving time­stamp and sup­ple­men­tal “chap­ter” marks, each of which rep­re­sent an area of dis­ci­pline or a core value.”

British artist Patrick Hughes cre­ates 3-​​D relief paint­ings that chal­lenge per­cep­tion and engage the viewer. Some of his work is on display through the end of July at Gallery 360 in Ell Hall in an exhibit titled, “Reverspective."

British artist Patrick Hughes cre­ates 3-​​D relief paint­ings that chal­lenge per­cep­tion and engage the viewer. Some of his work is on display through the end of July at Gallery 360 in Ell Hall in an exhibit titled, “Reverspective."

Facebook: A Virtual Panoptican? -- Con­cep­tu­al­ized as a “lib­er­at­ing” tech­nol­ogy, Face­book (and by exten­sion other social net­work­ing sites) exposes its clients to poten­tial wide­spread dis­sem­i­na­tion of sen­si­tive per­sonal information.

Facebook: A Virtual Panoptican? -- Con­cep­tu­al­ized as a “lib­er­at­ing” tech­nol­ogy, Face­book (and by exten­sion other social net­work­ing sites) exposes its clients to poten­tial wide­spread dis­sem­i­na­tion of sen­si­tive per­sonal information.

Pinterest
Search