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Juan Carlos Egas
Interesado en conocer y difundir lo que incentiva la mente: arte, diversidad social, visual y tecnológica.
Interesado en conocer y difundir lo que incentiva la mente: arte, diversidad social, visual y tecnológica.
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The “Unreal Estate” series, some absolutely beautiful illustrations by the American artist Tim Doyle (Texas) who has fun representing mythical places from cartoons and TV shows like The Simpsons, Futurama, King of the Hill or Arrested Development, with a dramatic approach and a remarkable work on the lights. The views of the city of Springfield and its “742 Evergreen Terrace” are simply amazing.
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A low-cost microscope made from folded paper and a cheap lens could revolutionize education and health care in the developing world.
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A one minute supercut examining (and celebrating) Pixar’s use of color.
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There are text editors and then there are writing environments. Text editors are designed to edit text documents, whereas writing environments should be inviting and distraction-free – just like the free web app typWrittr.
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17 year old Anastasia Korovianskaia created an injector for spraying liquids that uses ultrasonic waves.
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A Simple Trick to Protect Your PIN From Thieves With Thermal Cameras
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This is a tribute to the wink of complicity from the filmmakers to the audience when they make actors look straight into the camera. It is not a tribute to scenes where the fourth wall is broken (when a character addresses the audience directly).
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Doraemon, a national series of Japan, is becoming a 3D CG animated film for the first time in the series’ history. Stand By Me Doraemon will have a countrywide roadshow release in Japan on Aug. 8.
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A couple of years ago, graphic designer Kelsey Kronmiller spotted a Super Mario Bros. themed fish tank making the internet rounds. It inspired her to make her own, but she had to wait until she had her own place. She based her design on World 8-1 in Super Mario Bros. and put a lot of work into the project.
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When Telmo Pieper was a child, it's unlikely his teachers or parents thought that being an artist was his one true calling in life. He certainly didn't demonstrate a prodigious talent, at least not based on the very rudimentary doodles that have been making the rounds today online.
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