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  • Why Scientists Wear Animal Costumes—It’s Not Just for Halloween

    Jeremy Clark on 30 October 2014, 4:29 pm
    From giant pandas to whooping cranes to even crocodiles, many scientists disguise themselves as animals to collect valuable data that they wouldn’t be able to get, well, in their human skins. Article
  • Artist Photographs Strangers On The Streets And Doodles Over Them

    Jeremy Clark on 30 October 2014, 4:00 pm
    I take pictures of unsuspecting people and then add sketches using Snapchat. Most of the snaps are created on the way to work or at the bus. I often sketch ideas and funny situations in Snapchat before choosing the one I like the best. I really enjoy creating these snaps because I have to think […]
  • Breast Cancer Awareness Month

    Jeremy Clark on 30 October 2014, 3:46 pm
    October marks Breast Cancer Awareness Month, an international effort to focus attention on the disease, which affects both women and men. The color pink can be seen worn by professional athletes, runners raising funds for charity, and monuments lit up in the color. Gallery
  • Building 3D with Ikea

    Jeremy Clark on 29 October 2014, 4:29 pm
    Today, around 60-75% of all IKEA’s product images (images showing only a single product) are CG. Those images are for instance used on www.IKEA.com. With a ‘bank’ of about 25,000 3D models, IKEA can show products separately or put them together to build a 3D room set. “These are all created at a ridiculously high […]
  • Fire Paintings

    Jeremy Clark on 29 October 2014, 3:21 pm
    Steven Spazuk is a Canada-based artist (or, as he calls himself, a “fire painter”) who uses candle soot to create elegant drawings. After depositing soot on his media with a candle or torch, he etches lines and patterns in the soot with  pencils and feathers. Video
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