Concrete is one of those materials that most of us ignore as we are walking on it or under it but it’s ubiquitous in all of our lives and at all of the times. Do you even notice it, anymore?! Let’s pretend we are kids and everything is amazing, shall we? Let’s walk around and … Continue to full post
Well, how often do you find a used gun shell on a street? Actually, come to think of it, I have no idea… Interestingly, Philadelphia Police has an interesting tool to give you that wondrous ability. Would you look at that?! NONE, in the area I drew: Interesting… Is the tool even working? How does … Continue to full post
Don’t we all feel a little lonely sometimes? Well, try to feel better about your life, compared to the lonely Lego man here. He’s a Samurai and he’s got some grey hair. He’s missing an arm, probably a battle scar. His other arm is pretty twisted, too. I would this guy on a road somewhere … Continue to full post
So, today marks the first day that we have a new pin for our office. Today also marks the first day that I have tried shooting 360º photo. Now, this came out terribly crappy. Hand-held camera (no tripod here) and the first-ever-install of the software… This is just crappy all-over! But I do like the … Continue to full post
So, naturally, being an engineer, I over engineer. Instead of taking photos of stuff I find on the streets I am constructing an elaborate lightbox-type of a setup where I am planning to take 360º photos, convert them into videos and animated GIFs and post those. Sigh. Well, I’m a dang engineer, what do you … Continue to full post
Interesting read, about the history of tweezers. Honestly, I did not realize (or think about) how old these things really are: humans needed support to precisely pick up small objects for a very long time. Think about the use of tweezers in medicine, too—I bet these are even more used than a scalpel.