DIGITAL FAT by admin Uncategorized 0 comments

Robert Hodgin hacks his Microsoft Kinect to generate bizarre real-time visualizations.
http://www.fastcodesign.com/1662767/kinect-hack-turns-you-into-a-digital-elephant-man-or-worse

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by Richard Cameron.

I’m your fortune cookie by admin Uncategorized 0 comments

Fortune cookies are often served as a dessert in Chinese restaurants in United States and some other countries, but are absent in China. The exact provenance of fortune cookies is unclear, though various immigrant groups in California claim to have popularized them in the early 20th century, basing their recipe on a traditional Japanese cracker. Fortune cookies have been summarized as being “introduced by the Japanese, popularized by the Chinese, but ultimately they are consumed by Americans.”[2]

As far back as the 19th century, a cookie very similar in appearance to the modern Fortune cookie was made in Kyoto, Japan, and there is a Japanese temple tradition of random fortunes, called omikuji. The Japanese version of the cookie differs in several ways: they are a little bit larger; are made of darker dough; and their batter contains sesame and miso rather than vanilla and butter. They contain a fortune; however, the small slip of paper was wedged into the bend of the cookie rather than placed inside the hollow portion. This kind of cookie is called 辻占煎餅 Tsujiura Senbei and are still sold in some regions of Japan.[2]

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Japan – Heartbeats of Time – by Trey Ratcliff

found via Billionairs Boys Club’s (Pharell Williams) Blog.

http://bbcicecream.com/blog/

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pink > ecru by admin Uncategorized 0 comments

Hannah Holman by Karim Sadli for Dazed & Confused May 2010

The color ecru

Originally in the 19th century and up to at least 1930, the color ecru meant exactly the same color as beige (i.e. the pale cream color shown above as beige),[4] and the word is often used to refer to such fabrics as silk and linen in their unbleached state. Ecru comes from the French word écru, which means literally ‘raw’ or ‘unbleached’.

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3d experiment, by me