Note: Very worthwhile higher-res version HERE in case you were hopping to spot a nude sunbather in the park.
This is a 3-D composite shot of New York's Central Park and the surrounding buildings stitched together by photographer Sergey Semonov using a bunch of panoramic pictures he took during a helicopter ride. Me? I've never ridden in a helicopter before. "Wow -- fascinating story, GW." Right? I'm thinking about writing a book about it.
Thanks to Douglas V, who thought about doing the same thing in Paris but got a bad feeling from the mime helicopter pilot and bailed on the project. It's for the best.
Oh man, you can actually zoom in on faces in the audience and see the snot dripping.
But what you're looking at is not a single image. The photo, which was shot using a Canon G10 and Gigapan Imager, is comprised of over 200 different shots that were then combined over the cou... / Continue →
This is the Good Vibrations cabinet designed by Ferruccio Laviani. It's a real, impressively hand-carved storage unit created to look like a glitched tv or computer screen. It hurts my eyes, and not in a good way like rubbing them really hard when I'm stressed. This is defin... / Continue →
This is a video of artist Li Hongbo demonstrating how one of his paper sculptures works. I'm not really sure how he made that. Did he just carve one giant block of paper that was already folded to expand like an accordion? No clue -- and it's none of our business anyways. T... / Continue →