(via Dangerous Minds and Nerdcore)
You probably don’t believe this, but it’s true.
A must see.
via TC – read about it here: http://web.mit.edu/newsoffice/2011/artificial-leaf-0930.html
Remember BigDog (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cNZPRsrwumQ&feature=relmfu)? Here’s the update…
“Observers viewed the movie at top left while fixating on a central dot. The averaged high posterior (AHP) reconstructions are shown at left (see main text and Figure S2) for all three subjects S1, S2, and S3. The movies at right are the seven clips with the highest posterior probability, shown in order from most (left) to least (right) probable. The leftmost clip in this group is the MAP reconstruction, the single clip from the sampled prior that had the highest posterior probability. Note that all clips in the reconstructions are updated at 1 Hz, the BOLD signal sampling rate. The AHP reconstructions recover both the structure of the scenes and smooth changes over time (for example, see the spreading of the inkblot and the elephants moving across the scene).”
the freaking future is now – again…
note: Kinect should be seen as a turning point where it’s only about a remote control sensor – and the body becomes the controller. Still a great graphic!
More about the poster: http://www.fastcodesign.com/1664994/infographic-of-the-day-a-family-tree-for-…