February 21, 2013
January 2, 2013
Jason Roberts tells increasingly amazing stories about his ‘crimes’ of beauty with incredible enthusiasm and humor.
November 25, 2012
I’m introducing today, here at teleomorph.com, Eudea; a wiki that aspires to help form an open source appropriate technology ecovillage: a technecovillage.
The vision is that of a testing ground for biomimetic and biomorphic design and fabrication, unified by pursuits of social and biological benefit, developing decentralization, automation and accessibility.
Essentially, it is a hackerspace on a village scale and an attempt to fuse the DIY/technological/maker movement with the arts, ecology and healing provinces of psychedelic culture:
Wiki-ville, maker-stead, hacker-habitat, tinker-town, and technologically-oriented ecovillage, Eudea will be a living laboratory for developing and prototyping affordable, accessible and replicable solutions to the challenges of food and energy production, economic and educational models, material scarcities, environmental accord, adapting to rapidly changing technologies and social landscapes, nurturing health and enhancing wellness.
So take a gander at the wiki, and feel free to register an account to add content or be included in a list of interested parties.
November 19, 2012
November 5, 2012
October 3, 2012
Chris Anderson, writer for Economist and WIRED magazines and of the popular book, The Long Tail and the just recently published Makers: The New Industrial Revolution, and Bre Pettis, the co-founder of both Makerbot and the NYC Resistor hackerspace, share their impressions of the intersections between industry, economics and the maker movement.
August 3, 2012
Yes. Take a voyage. Allow your memories to condensate into rainbow-jewel encrusted diamond and gold filigree… resting upon an organic mesh of tendrils, tentacles and the coral castles of bubbletopia… occaisionally mixed with bits of 3D circuitry and convoluted chrononautics.
July 2, 2012
While you may have seen Minority Report, the implications of how game-changing spatial-gesture-sensing interfaces truly are will become much more evident after you watch this amazing new demo of the Leap Motion interface that will begin hitting the shelves later this year (in the same price range as a computer mouse).
Video plus info and specs at The Verge.