Peter Menich’s Fast Fourier Transform


The more I watch this, the more I like it. Word on the street is that he intends this to be built as a music visualiser. If that’s true then it’ll rock my world even more.

The Digest #2 November —

Here we go again. We know you’ve been waiting for this. The monthly digest of “stuff submitted”. It’s not a flattering name for a folder but who cares if the content is good? So… off the top of my head…

Rob Mack is influenced by graphic design and illustration from the 50s through the 70s. He loves crazy colors and beat up backgrounds. Nice - we say!

Jorge Chamorro does graphic design and handmade collages. Some really nice stuff in there.

Next time we’d like bags instead of images but anyway - super hot bags by Henrik Olssøn & Erika Barbieri - Olssøn&Barbieri.

We’ve written about Erik Kiesewetter before. Now he has updated his site with some new nice work. Check it out.

A guy named Peter sent us a mysterious e-mail, with a url only! As much as we feel like being treated like mongoloid robots, a few eyebrows were raised at this method of communication. However, after clicking the link we all agreed “Digest material!” and so here it goes - Marija Ivkovic, a nice photography portfolio.

Natasha Foote is looking for a job in San Fransisco - so send her a mail if you’re need people!

And last, but definitely not least… Supernatural, founded by zizzou, “a commercial platform exploring a range of media from product design and visualisation to graphics and fine art”. Nice!

PostSpectacular

 

PostSpectacular is a small London based design studio and consultancy actively exploring the growing possibilities at the intersection of various design disciplines and software development. 

 

Cassini-Huygens Imager/Spectral Radiometer camera

 

This movie, built with data collected during the European Space Agency’s Huygens probe on Jan. 14, 2005, shows the operation of the Descent Imager/Spectral Radiometer camera during its descent and after touchdown. The camera was funded by NASA. 

The almost four-hour-long operation of the camera is shown in less than five minutes. That’s 40 times the actual speed up to landing and 100 times the actual speed thereafter. 

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