Archives for the Date August 11th, 2010

Music video uses stock video footage with great results

Ratatat – Drugs from More Soon on Vimeo.
Made with stock footage from the Getty Images archives. Fun! (Via Today and Tomorrow)

Shopbot Camp @ Hines Design Labs

Interested in CNC routing, and want to get in on the action? Then you might want to stop by the Shopbot Camp next month in Virginia. The folks from Shopbot will be having presentations and demos all day, including some by members of the hackerspace 7…

Robot Traders Leaving Behind Bizarre Crop Circles In Market Data

Following the May 6 “flash crash” in which the market plunged 1,000 points in just a few minutes, a data firm started looking at the trades being made by the high-frequency computerized trading bots that have come to loom over over …

World’s First Grid Scale Flywheel Energy Plant Opening Soon!

While it doesn’t get nearly as much attention as alternative energy sources like solar or wind power, flywheel storage technology is definitely worth looking into. A kinetic energy-based technology that stems from the same elementary movement that p…

Monkton Vermont Tiny House

Dale Helms a fine furniture maker from Monkton, Vermont was featured in the Sequel of Stuck in Vermont a feature story on Peter King Tiny House Builder based in Vermont. Dale recently sent me an update on their house and I wanted to share it with you. …

Lillian Bassman

Fashion photography’s doyenne on modern darkrooms, the twisted industry and her career renaissance

American photography legend Lillian Bassman, who at 93 says she uses “the same techniques in Photoshop as I did in the darkroom,” neatly dism…

house of the week 81: Woodstock Farm

Designed by Rick Joy architects the Woodstock Farm is a departure from his typical oeuvre of desert modernism. Located on a 210 acre farm in Woodstock, Vermont the barn-like residence responds to the local typology in form and the use of a natural pale…

Mapungubwe Interpretation Centre is a Fun Cluster of Earthy Domes

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The Silo House by Cornel University Student

This unique, sustainable, and modular house, called The Silo House was designed by Cornel University‘s team for 2009 Solar Decathlon. The design reminds us silo building of some industries.

The house was designed as a modular house with unique asse…