Science, Art, Litt, Science based Art & Science Communication
These days Artists want to 'advance' science with art. I have seen several statements in this regard from artists and their work proposals and sometimes even results too. Now judge for yourself what route they are taking and how much they are able to succeed.
I want to give here one story.
An artist says:
"What I do, is in the meeting and colaboration with the scientist, lay down a painting on the table and ask questions to the scientist about his research project. In the…
Interactive program for training in dioptical-bioptical perception
I participated with my patent 112061 OSIM Romania to:
Salon International des Inventions GENEVE (Switzerland) ; 12 aprilie 2000
I have proven my techniques and I was granted to a distinction.
Silver Medal (protocol) confirms
the jury of experts found that the method described in the patent corresponding
effects which I…Continue
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An article in this weeks Nature deals with emerging careers in Science art.
Although the article doesn't deal with many jobs and has several suggestions and says, one has to still identify the jobs as there is scope, it is a good article.
The article says: Collaborations offer career benefits including improved productivity as a result of a new perspective or a more creative outlook; bolstered communication and outreach skills; and contacts among artists, like-minded scientists…Continue
The RGBDToolkit invites you to imagine the future of filmmaking. Repurposing the depth sensing camera from the Microsoft Kinect or Asus Xtion Pro as an accessory to your HD DSLR camera, the open source hardware and software captures and visualizes the world as mesmerizing wireframe forms. A CGI and video hybrid, the data can be rephotographed from any angle in post.
Recently, Zen, 5, gamely sat for an interview about drawing, paper airplanes, and…Continue
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Research Scholar: An International Refereed e-Journal of Literary Explorations
( ISSN: 2320-2101 )
Call for Papers
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(This blog is based on a discussion between artists and scientists of which I am a participant of)
If we photograph crystalline structures and superimpose the pictures on each other by projecting them onto a flat surface, the result is beautiful ornamental patterns...we see this in Egyptian art...Ornaments in art are what crystals are in nature. They are a form of art inwhich only vectors are used.
(Ref: The Necessity of Art, Ernst…