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Friday Links

It’s Friday, just after 4pm; It must be time for links!

First up –

Eindhoven’s Bart Hess, explores and applies a number of video techniques from time slicing to the utterly captivating, if not slightly nauseating, motion stabilisation.

Stabalise Motion from bart hess on Vimeo.

Jerry’s Map, has been steadily gathering views on Vimeo after 2 years, brought to our attention by @infovore it sensitively tells a story of an extraordinary endeavour which sits between collage and world building.

Jerry’s Map from Jerry Gretzinger on Vimeo.

An altogether different imagining of a world came through from a bldgblog post describing Simone Ferracina’s Theriomorphous Cyborg project, courtesy of Jones.

Alex picked up on this visualisation of the increasing variety of colours in the Crayola palette from 1903-2010 …

… while also scaring us all with a bit of downward scrolling terror (with sound).

There was a little unpacking of Laptops and Looms of which Denise and I attended all, and some respectively last week. It was a 3 day experiment/conference summed up by Paul Miller and decompressed by Rachel Coldicutt. In addition to the talks it was also an amazing chance to visit some parts of the British Industrial Past while discussing it’s potential future.

Happy (Bank Holiday in the UK) Weekend.

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