Month: October 2021

Steve Lovegrove still uses his darkroom and teaches others the art of slow photography

Within the narrow confines of the darkroom of Steve Lovegrove’s photography, the sight stretches into the darkness and all other senses intensify in response. This intensifies the tingling sensation in the eyes and the taste on the tongue of the…

Sky Space Time Change exhibition arrives at Laguna Art Museum

LAGUNA BEACH, CA — The latest new exhibit presented at the Laguna Art Museum in conjunction with the annual Art & Nature Festival is “Sky Space Time Change”. Taken from the museum’s vast permanent collection of Californian art, its conservation…

Watch: Algorithm-Based Buddhist Art Debuts at Stanford University

Nancy Chu reports on Rebecca Nie Heart Sutra in Sacred Futurism, an augmented reality installation of Buddhist art that uses unique GPU algorithms inspired by the complexity of life and our human experiences. Video by Jiayue Ceculia Wu and ZM…

Savannah College of Art and Design

The Interactive Design and Game Development (ITGM) program at Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) is the leading program of its kind in the world, featuring a transformative program, top faculty, and an annual festival focused on l industry,…

NASA Experiments Cold Atom Lab Hardware On Board ISS With Mixed Reality Technology

Taking another photo from virtual reality, NASA is experimenting with whether the technology can be helpful in repairing equipment aboard the International Space Station (ISS). In a recent paper, the agency revealed that it is testing the limits of helmet-equipped…

UGA’s Small Satellite Research Lab searches stars for solutions on Earth | Campus news

“The only thing we don’t do is physically launch the rocket,” said Jeffery John, program director at the Small Satellite Research Lab. The lab works with a number of regulatory and government agencies, including NASA, the University Nanosatellite Program, the…

Bighorn Bulletin: Halloween Brings Science Experiments

Back row left to right: Lakota Casey, Kaylee Craig, Hannah Hammontree, Coach Dusty Casey, Reese Laca, Hazel Macedon, Raegan Johnson, Jocelyn Sorensen, Caitlin Oyler, Stevie Hiskett, Coach Loni Faught, Maleen Dahl. In the first row on the left are Kadence…

Bighorn Bulletin: Halloween Brings Science Experiments

Back row left to right: Lakota Casey, Kaylee Craig, Hannah Hammontree, Coach Dusty Casey, Reese Laca, Hazel Macedon, Raegan Johnson, Jocelyn Sorensen, Caitlin Oyler, Stevie Hiskett, Coach Loni Faught, Maleen Dahl. In the first row on the left are Kadence…

Imagine the impossible via art built on the possibility

I can’t wait to see Denis Villeneuve’s new version on “Dune”. What I really don’t want to see? More promotional stories on “Dune”. Hype is the buzz-killer. The hype is the little death that brings erasure to anticipation. I faced…

First experiences most likely in 2031

Back to ITER Power Facts main page By Steven B. KrivitOctober 26, 2021 In ten years, the ITER schedule has fallen ten years behind. Bernard Bigot, the director general of the ITER organization, will provide official notice of another construction…