- Disney’s Frozen – A Material Point Method For Snow Simulation
- The Pilgrims and Property Rights
- Man Builds His Own Stone Hedge
- Touch Board: Interactivity Everywhere
- Have I ever mentioned that I have something of a healthy man-crush on Mike Rowe?
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- Grasshopper 744m Test
- Glowing Plants: Natural Lighting with no Electricity
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Category Archives: Adventure/Travel
The American Cup is being held in the Bay Area this year. Here is what Jason Letman had to say about it: Sailing at this level requires top mental and physical performance as well as top-notch design. The engineers and … Continue reading
Flying from California to New York on just Solar Power. On May 3, Piccard set off from Moffett Field, California in the Solar Impulse, a completely solar powered aircraft and the first plane ever to fly both day and night on … Continue reading
There is something remarkably human about this:
A fun animated video I found today. It’s a piece of student work from Denmark. But be careful, there’s slightly more violence and sexual ho-hah then American audiences are used to (but only slightly, it’s really no big deal.) Big hat … Continue reading
People are awesome: Nature is awesome: H/T: Carpe Diem
My knowledge of surfing hovers somewhere around my knowledge of antique silver-wear; which is to say, not very great. Still, I can appreciate this:
Not sure I want people knowing about this, but I’ll post it anyway:
Our own world is a remarkably un-explored place. Which is odd, considering modern assumptions about the it; which view it as a crowded, overused place filled with traffic, pollution, and a never ending series of Wal-Mart parking lots. Not so. Even the most populated … Continue reading
If this 9-minute video is a little too long for your tastes, you can watch a shorter promo here: I’m exited.
Check out this unofficial NASA promo made by self-proclaimed NASA enthusiast Reid Gower: Gotta love Carl Sagan, even when you don’t completely agree with him, he can bring a tear to your eye.