Monthly Archives: April 2011

Live. Leaner.

The typical seating and table heights for both a lounging and dining arrangement are fairly standard.  From here, I explored how a sofa could transform into a dining configuration (some of the design sketches are shown below).  I found that a … Continue reading

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Art Underwater

Xian has its Terracotta Army and Cancun has The Silent Evolution, an underwater installation of 400 concrete figures created by Jason deCaires Taylor.  The installation is part of the Museo Subacuático de Arte (MUSA), an underwater sculpture gallery off the Yucatan Peninsula.  Snorkelers and divers can … Continue reading

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Where’s Waldo?

Remember that stealthy illustrated character Waldo?  If you’ve ever had trouble finding him, this new object tracking system developed by Zdenek Kalal may be able to help.  Using an advanced algorithm called Predator, the user can select the object he/she would … Continue reading

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