Music for Marcel Duchamp by John Cage, 1947. Prepared piano, Juan Hidalgo.
Listen to the sounds between the notes. Magic.
Sci-Fi-Infused Videos Show Off Keiichi Matsuda’s Vision of the Future | Underwire | Wired.com (via wildcat2030)
“The way we experience space is no longer only about our physical surroundings; we should now be considering the city as a site for virtual encounters, and design the space accordingly. ”
“The public is still waiting to be sold on the vision of [augmented reality], but there is a lack of imagination in the industry as to what the technology can do,” Matsuda said. “We are in a position of power at the moment, and we need a vision of the future that is sustainable, helpful, and doesn’t compromise us. If we can just establish the vision, then I feel we have more chance of leading the technology in a way that can be a positive force.”
The hilarious Alison Rich wrote this gem. Glad to be part of it!
Sadly, the part in which I slap Ken Beck with my hand full of Nutella didn’t make the cut.
Relationship specialist and night blindness sufferer Lydia Reed Boxby has released a new book. In stores and car trunks today!
Alison is so good. So good.
my life. this video.