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17 Apr 19:15

Good Times

by Reza


17 Apr 11:39

Holy Falcon Sheet


SAD SACKS Season 01 - Episode 45 See MORE COMICS at:

17 Apr 02:16

batsvsupes: SNIKT



17 Apr 14:28

will5nevercome: Aww, cheer up! You’re not even close to rock...


Aww, cheer up! You’re not even close to rock bottom yet!

15 Apr 06:00


by Ryan Pagelow


15 Apr 15:54

Sua profissão em almofada – DrPepper

by O Criador

Chegaram as almofadas de profissões DrPepper, clique aqui e garanta já a sua!!! ^^
Sua profissão não está aí? Calma, deixe nos comentários que profissão você gostaria de ter em almofada que quando eu não estiver com preguiça ou jogando GTA eu faço \O/

The post Sua profissão em almofada – DrPepper appeared first on

16 Apr 09:54

Comics: Tourists

by Cale Grim

Tourists are fucking everywhere. OMG I hate tourists why are they everywhere, FUCK I'm leaving. Oh, why, hello foreign land, I will take your photo from my tour group's stroll on this fine day. I'm totally in the right.

The post Comics: Tourists appeared first on Things in Squares.

16 Apr 14:00


by Mark


Please recycle.

17 Apr 07:00

Be Free

by admin

Be Free

14 Apr 04:00

by AxbyMag

by AxbyMag

13 Apr 20:08

Emergency Time

by Reza


14 Apr 04:12




14 Apr 07:01

The Dim Knight Returns

The Dim Knight Returns
13 Apr 16:54

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13 Apr 15:49

04/13/15 PHD comic: 'Monday Morning'

Piled Higher & Deeper by Jorge Cham
Click on the title below to read the comic
title: "Monday Morning" - originally published 4/13/2015

For the latest news in PHD Comics, CLICK HERE!

10 Apr 05:48

3ª Semana da Anésia # 5

11 Apr 19:19


by André Farias

Vida de Suporte

Terceirização é um post do blog Vida de Suporte.
12 Apr 22:10

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01 Apr 17:19

Dancing Droplets: Researchers Solve the Strange Puzzle of Attraction Found in Drops of Food Coloring

by Christopher Jobson





A trio of researchers at Stanford recently published an article in Nature that explains the curious attraction found in droplets of everyday food coloring. The paper is the culmination of hundreds of experiments that began in 2009 when Nate Circa was working on an unrelated experiment as an undergraduate at the University of Wisconsin. Circa noticed that when drops of food coloring were placed on a slide they exhibited bizarre behaviors: identical colors would find matches while different colors would seemingly hunt each other.

Circa soon teamed up with Manu Prakash and Adrien Benusiglio who began working on a series of increasingly refined studies to understand why these single droplets appeared to mimic biological processes, resulting in behaviors that looked like chasing, dancing, or avoidance. One of the keys was the interaction of two different compounds found in food coloring: water and propylene glycol. Tom Abate writing for Stanford explains:

The critical fact was that food coloring is a two-component fluid. In such fluids, two different chemical compounds coexist while retaining separate molecular identities. The droplets in this experiment consisted of two molecular compounds found naturally in food coloring: water and propylene glycol. The researchers discovered how the dynamic interactions of these two molecular components enabled inanimate droplets to mimic some of the behaviors of living cells.

This complex behavior is something called artificial chemotaxis which Manu Prakash explains in layman’s terms in the video above:

The physical properties of these fluids give rise to this immense complexity of behavior. For example, chasing and sensing each other, and very much what we call artificial chemotaxis. Chemotaxis is the idea in biology that one single cell can sense where its enemy is, and it brings up all its machinery, and it chases that enemy to try to eat it.

If you really want to get into the nitty gritty of fluid dynamics and molecular physics you can read the full paper in Nature and a bit of a summary on Stanford News. (via, appropriately, F*ck Yeah Fluid Dynamics)

09 Mar 15:17

Asphyxia: A Striking Fusion of Dance and Motion Capture Technology

by Christopher Jobson





Asphyxia is an experimental film project by Maria Takeuchi and Frederico Phillips that explores human movement through motion capture technology. The team used two inexpensive Xbox One Kinect sensors to capture the movements of dancer Shiho Tanaka and then rendered the data inside a near photo-realistic environment. From their description of the project:

The project is an effort to explore new ways to use and/or combine technologies and different fields in an experiment without many of the common commercial limitations. The performance is centered in an eloquent choreography that stresses the desire to be expressive without bounds.

Motion data was captured using inexpensive sensors and that data paved the way through an extensive number of steps. Once all the scanned point cloud data was combined, that was then used as the base for the creative development on the piece. A series of iterative studies on styles followed and several techniques and dynamic simulations were then applied using a number 3D tools for various results.

You can see a making of video here. If you liked this you might also enjoy Walking City, Choros, or these 2013 idents for CCTV. (via Prosthetic Knowledge)

10 Apr 04:00


by Huge Cartoons
10 Apr 06:00


by Ryan Pagelow


08 Apr 14:30


09 Apr 07:08

Depressed Alien #316

by (Connor Ullmann)
Panda orphan
09 Apr 05:28

linewebtoon: Human Life,Cluster Fudge _by John McNameepiecomic

09 Apr 07:01

People Who Like Saddest Turtle

People Who Like Saddest Turtle
07 Apr 20:30


08 Apr 07:01

Comic: Winnerism

by (Tycho)
New Comic: Winnerism
08 Apr 09:07

Mentirinhas #804

by Fábio Coala


Só com muita meditação porque tem umas fases que vou te contar.

O post Mentirinhas #804 apareceu primeiro em Mentirinhas.

08 Apr 07:00


by admin