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January 23 2015

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the future is now

what the fuck. what the fuck how. how the hell.

"how the hell" is the fact that flight paths are ENTIRELY PRE-PROGRAMMED AND SCHEDULED. This is trivial.

"Technology has gotten so precise that it is possible to sync the image on an enormous video screen with the movements of an actual, real life, giant flying machine carrying hundreds of human beings thousands of meters up into the air. This is trivial."

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January 22 2015

pancakemilkshake:

I want the world to understand computers don’t just do things, they only do what the user tells them to do.

"Digital art is cheating! The computer does it!" No, the user painted it.

"Digital music isn’t real! The computer makes it!" No, the user composed it.

"I don’t know what happened. The computer just started acting weird on its own." NO, YOU’VE BEEN CLICKING ADS AGAIN, MOM.

January 21 2015

citylightslover:

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marshmallowviscera:

people talkin like “I thought this was supposed to be the future where are my flying cars”

yall do know that surgeons recently 3D printed a new skull for a woman and that we have machines who learn and recognize themselves in mirrors and recently we found a galaxy that SHOULDN’T EXIST

like

fuck flying cars, guys

SOLAR FREAKING ROADWAYS

SOLAR FREAKING ROADWAYYYYS AMEN.

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Doctors at Sunnybrook hospital in Toronto, Canada have taken interactive gaming to the next level when they hooked up a Kinect console to their medical imaging computer. Now when in the operating room, doctors can have direct access to MRI scans, without having to disinfect, leave the operating room, consult the scans, and then scrub back in. This hack allows them to virtually manipulate the scans and retrieve the necessary information by pulling it up on screen with a wave of their hand. (via PSFK)

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