> Sculpting waves in wood and time
> Fashionably dressed animals
more info here
> imagine a world without google? easy, plenty of entities would step in to fill the gap, but presently they (or should I say we via them) consume 40% of all internet traffic!
ukeleles? hmmmm….well, if you must…. but techno on a ukelele? skip to 5’55”
> i love this! 3d printed FFTs!!
> and related to the previous, I don’t care too much about baseball (although I love those fully enclosed baseball diamonds in the middle of Japanese cities) but this season data display is genius – scroll down & check out the animated gif of the 3d acrylic stats lit by an iPad!!
> Making Music with a Möbius Strip
> If I could build my dream house and only furnish it with three items, the first would be an Eames lounge chair, the second would be a studio built to my specs, and third would be this:
> life, its a weird beach
> checkout this beautiful (unembeddable) video: Dance of the Water Droplets
> if I owned a concrete mixer
> a question for bass players: is this genius? or something else?
> This evening I saw Jim Jarmuschs new film, Only Lovers Left Alive which was the closing film for the NZ Film Festival, and I totally loved it – it is definitely up there with his best! And great soundtrack, congrats to Sound Designer Robert Hein, Dialogue/ADR Brian Bowles, re-recording mixer Dominick Tavella and all of the sound team! Thoroughly enjoyed the mix and every element!
Almost needless to say the film also had a great score (has a Jarmusch film ever not!?) but beautiful work since the score originates directly from within the story… Very happy to see this film on the big screen…. Highly recommended!
> Off on my last road trip down south, before leaving the country. Heading south via recording stops at Waitaki River, Lake Aviemore and Lake Benmore, and then over Danseys Pass to Saint Bathans where I am staying in a jail for 3 days, and planning to test the hell out of my timelapse.motion control rig…. then to Arrowtown for 3 days, recording Lake Wanaka, Lake Hawea and Lake Dunstan before heading back north via Lake Tekapo! One thing you can be sure of, there will be photos! Have to enjoy winter while it lasts – three weeks and I am in Japan! And summer! I can’t wait!!!