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As part of Star Wars Celebration last week, Sideshow Collectibles reached out to over 90 artists, designers, and friends with a simple task: take the company’s new sixth-scale R2-D2 figure and reimagine the astromech droid in weird and wonderful ways.
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For last week's solar eclipse, astronomer Glenn Schneider chartered a plane to fly through the vast shroud of darkness temporarily cast by the the moon's shadow on the north Atlantic. Astrophotographer Stephan Heinsius was aboard the flight, with a video camera. Here's what he and the other passengers saw.
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We're so used to seeing planes flying overhead, but these timelapse videos track the flight patterns of planes, bringing air traffic to light in trails of busy, beautiful light. They make air travel look positively wondrous.
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Starting next month, visitors to the new 1 World Trade Center will be treated to a fully immersive time-lapse of New York’s ever-changing cityscape, during their elevator trip to the 102nd floor – but you can get a sneak peek of the experience right here, right now.
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When an artist creates a beautiful work of art, she or he usually wants it to last forever -- or at least, to outlive its creator. But sometimes, an artist just wants to create a work of beauty that will last a short time, and then be gone forever. Here are the loveliest short-lived works of art... made of sand.
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Ari Weinkle's experimental typeface "Feelers" is inspired by the movements of animal appendages, and each letter does look alive. In fact, the look like they might squirm inside your body and start spelling out commands.
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Netherlands-based artist Jennifer Townley combines wood, metal, and electrical motors to build spellbinding mechanical creations.
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Here's a really neat, classic experiment that's always fun to see. When you place uranium inside a cloud chamber, you can see it decay and emit bits of radiation. It's like seeing little alpha particle torpedoes shooting out in every direction, leaving a trail behind.
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90 Artists and Designers Reimagined R2-D2 In Weird and Wonderful Ways
toyland.gizmodo.com

As part of Star Wars Celebration last week, Sideshow Collectibles reached out to over 90 artists, designers, and friends with a simple task:

Watch The History Of NYC Unfold From Inside The Freedom Tower's Elevator
io9.com

Starting next month, visitors to the new 1 World Trade Center will be treated to a fully immersive time-lapse of New York’s ever-changing ci

This Isn't A Chameleon. It's Two Women Expertly Covered In Body Paint
io9.com

Johannes Stötter is a fine art body painter who creates incredible illusions with his paints and his performers, transforming human bodies i

These Amazing Temporary Artworks Are Made Of Sand
io9.com

When an artist creates a beautiful work of art, she or he usually wants it to last forever -- or at least, to outlive its creator. But somet

This Animated Alphabet Looks Like A Series Of Wriggling Parasites
io9.com

Ari Weinkle's experimental typeface "Feelers" is inspired by the movements of animal appendages, and each letter does look alive. In fact, t

Last Week's Total Solar Eclipse – As Seen From 35,000 Feet
io9.com

For last week's solar eclipse, astronomer Glenn Schneider chartered a plane to fly through the vast shroud of darkness temporarily cast by t

Airplanes Look Like Swarming Fireflies In These Mesmerizing Timelapses
io9.com

We're so used to seeing planes flying overhead, but these timelapse videos track the flight patterns of planes, bringing air traffic to ligh

Watching uranium emit radiation inside a cloud chamber is mesmerizing
sploid.gizmodo.com

Here's a really neat, classic experiment that's always fun to see. When you place uranium inside a cloud chamber, you can see it decay and e

These Mesmerizing Videos Reveal The Hidden Flight Paths Of Birds
io9.com

These videos, recorded by Dennis Hlynsky, a professor at Rhode Island School of Design, are showing the flight paths of various birds like c

A Stunning Glimpse Of The Moon's Phases As Seen From The Other Side
io9.com

Our moon is tidally locked to the Earth, which means we never get to see its opposite side. But there's a prevailing notion that the far sid

Godless Parents Are Doing a Better Job
jezebel.com

Hate to break it to you, Bible thumpers: Parents who raise their kids without religion are doing just fine, studies say, possibly even bette

What Real-Life Places Would Look Like With Futuristic Technology
io9.com

Today's future is tomorrow's retrofuture. Russian artist Evgeny Kazantsev added massive transport planes, delivery drones, hovering bridges,

Artist Paints On Old Photographs And Turns Victorians Into Monsters
io9.com

Old-fashioned cabinet cards get a second life in the hands of artist Colin Batty. He paints onto the old photographs, turning their unsmilin

Proof That We Need A 16-Bit Guardians Of The Galaxy Video Game
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CineFix has been reimagining all the recent action movies as pixellated videogames, but few movies translate so perfectly as Guardians of th

Here's What It Looks Like To Fall To Titan From Space
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In honor of the Huygens probe's historic 2005 landing on the surface of Titan (Saturn's largest satellite, and the only moon in our solar sy

A Scary-Lovely Dress That Can Defend You from Unwanted Attention
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It's called the Spider Dress, and it clings to your body like an exoskeleton. If anyone gets too close, parts of the dress can lash out at t

Time Lapse Videos Capture The True Beauty Of Space At 17,150 MPH
flightclub.jalopnik.com

Watching the world go by from the window of a plane at Mach 0.8 is hard to beat, but when it comes to an expanded world view, nobody gets a

Zombie Nativity Scene Gets Censored in Cincinnati
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Folks, we have a new hero in our midst, and it's a Cincinnati-area man named Jasen Dixon who built an illuminated, zombie-themed Nativity sc

Video Games Make Surprisingly Beautiful Pulp Novels
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From artist Ástor Alexander come these video game-inspired pulp covers: Super Mario, The Legend of Zelda, and Metroid. My favorite is the Ma

This Artist Turns Old Tires Into Dark, Disturbing Nightmare Monsters
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These monsters and freaky animals originally lived as tires long time ago, but after their adventurous lives none of them were thrown away.