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Dormio: Interfacing with Dreams to Augment Human Creativity — MIT Media Lab
Using Dormio you fall asleep as you normally would, but the transition into stage 2 sleep is tracked and interrupted. This suspends you in a semi-lucid state where microdreams are inceptable, allowing direction of your dreams. 
dreaming  dreams  science  neuroscience  brain  sleep  lucid-dreaming  via:fp  dormio 
july 2018 by jm
THE LONG DARK, a first-person post-disaster survival sim by Hinterland — Kickstarter
wow this looks great.
The Long Dark is a thoughtful, first-person survival simulation that emphasizes quiet exploration in a stark, yet hauntingly beautiful, post-disaster setting. The breathtakingly picturesque Pacific Northwest frames the backdrop for the drama of The Long Dark.

games  survival  via:fp  eclaire  the-long-dark  kickstarter 
september 2013 by jm
You can't "waste your vote"!
A fantastic infographic explaining Australia's Preferential Voting system, featuring Dennis the Election Koala and Ken the Voting Dingo
infographics  funny  pr  voting  australia  images  via:fp 
august 2013 by jm
Videogames, the Shirt
great Berserk/Space Invaders mashup tee from drtofu. HUMANOID MUST NOT ESCAPE
berzerk  games  history  videogames  via:fp  tees  t-shirts 
april 2012 by jm
I left my shutter open for 30 seconds in the wilderness at 10.30pm, under a full moon
Amazing shot. With a sufficiently long exposure, it looks like midday -- no colour correction applied. (via fp)
via:fp  pictures  photos  night  colour  landscapes  long-exposure  photography 
march 2012 by jm
ALT/1977: WE ARE NOT TIME TRAVELERS on the Behance Network
'What would you do if you could travel back in time? Assassinate Marilyn Monroe? Go on a date with Hitler? Obviously. But here's what I'd do after that: grab all the modern technology I could find, take it to the late 70's, superficially redesign it all to blend in, start a consumer electronics company to unleash it upon the world, then sit back as I rake in billions, trillions, or even millions of dollars.' Beautifully done
ads  1970s  retro  technology  funny  via:fp  from delicious
june 2010 by jm

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