Technology transfer

Miniature synths by Dan McPharlin / great analysis of Rio (via MeFi) / things that happened on the first try / music by Jude Woodhead / Rabbit hole leads to ‘Knights Templar’ cave / two from the New Aesthetic: Hoxton Analystics, a small camera for stores that uses ‘multiple layers of machine learning and artificial intelligence [to] automatically counts people (at over 95% accuracy) and, what’s more, intelligently categorises people’s demographics based on the shoes they choose to wear’ / more future: creating a car ad using the Mill Blackbird, the virtual car template / illustrations by Jeremy Booth (via Creativeboom) / Wolfram Tones, generative music from way back.

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