Stair Trails photographed from the International Spaces Station / Expedition 31 Flight Engineer Don Pettit relayed some information about photographic techniques used to achieve the images: “My star trail images Continue reading
Beautiful computer generated art by 3D & motion artist JR Schmidt, based in New York. These images can be generated based on a script that first generates gravity fields, Continue reading
Black and white photograph of the boosters of an Apollo-Rocket at the Kennedy Space Center, Orlando, Florida / photographed by Peter Bongard .
Photograph of a holographic projection representing meta data in space as a form, by Anthony Dunne and Fiona Raby. “Designers are increasingly faced with the problem of understanding and visualizing Continue reading
Cool photographs giving us a rare inside look into Google Data Centers and server farms. Photographs courtesy of google. .
Fascinating monochrome black and white photograph taking during the construction of the Hoover Dam turbine 1931-1936, commissioned by President Franklin D. Roosevelt at the height of the Great Depression in Continue reading
Fall-Off table by Sam Stringleman / The desk’s unique design is generated by computer software where the surface density is defined by the placement of objects on a virtual web Continue reading
‘The Rolling Egg’ – the BMW Isetta, 1956 / unknown photographer
Mandalas made from soldered computer and radio components by Italian artist Leonardo Ulian / photographed by Gigi Giannella
Beautiful large scale photographs of Formula 1 Pit Stops / photographed by German Andreas Gursky, currently one of the most successful contemporary photographers. .
Natural Keyboard designed by Robbie Tilton. /// find more info on Robbie’s Blog
Handout photo of a free-swimming robot submarine manoeuvring beneath sea ice in Eastern Antarctic / photograph courtesy of REUTERS/Australian Antarctic Division
Airbus A400 landing in a desert / photograph courtesy (C) of Airbus
Photograph of the breathtaking USS Macon (ZRS-5) , an airship built and operated by the United States Navy for scouting / unknown photographer
Large Hadron Collider LHC, Maximilien Brice / © 2012 CERN
Great Deconstructive Art of Todd McLellan
From the Mid-Week Pictorial, this experimental “Zeppelin on wheels” (or Schienenzeppelin) arrived at a station in Hanover, Germany. It went into service in 1931 and that June set a railway Continue reading
Photograph of a rocket in the sky, leaving a smoke trace of its trajectory / unknown photographer
Art installation called Numen Light membrane creates and infinite reflection of a light grid using “spy glass”, by Numen