Check out this rad to the bone pocket notebook I found at Cracker Barrel (of all places)! I was waiting for my food I'd ordered to go (meatloaf, mac & cheese, lima beans, turnip greens, cornbread), and I spotted this for $7. And it was on sale for 25% off! I had to sit a spell in one of the rocking chairs out front I was so excited. #nintendo#gameboy#supermario#retrogamer#retrogaming#lenticular#crackerbarrel
Video, Soundscapes, and Images by Kadet Kuhne
6 April – 5 May 2018
Aggregate Space Gallery
Null Extension delves into the spatial confinement of subjective perception. The line between subject and viewer, inescapability and endurance, limitations and potentiality, is stretched and pushed beyond comfort. Despite the structures that define and confine us, through altered states achieved in moments of suspension of time and space, our bodies can become a site of liberation and transcendence.
Aggregate Space Gallery presents immersive works by Kadet Kuhne in which the traveling viewpoint of the individual experience, contrasted with infinite expansion, allows an unraveling of monolithic understanding toward the process of becoming.#videoinstallation#soundscape#immersive#aluminumprints#lenticular#ropesuspension
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#ScienceSaturday - Lenticular clouds form when a mountain ridge traps lenses of moisture from high-altitude streams of air. The Sangre de Cristo Mountains are ideal for this, as a narrow range that reaches over 14,000 feet (4,200m). In addition, the low curve of the mountains that traps sand here acts as a funnel, concentrating the lenticular and stacking its layers high into the atmosphere. Under this massive cloud, the huge dunefield and 13,297 ft. (4,053m) Mount Herard appear small.
This combination of phenomena results in a bizarre, otherworldly cloud hovering over an already dramatic landscape!
The lenticular in this recent photo was illuminated by pinkish rays from the sun as it disappeared behind the horizon. Other than minor adjustments for tonal range, this is an unaltered photo.
Photo: NPS/Patrick Myers
La lente Lubor es un tipo especial de lámina lenticular.
Las láminas lenticulares están formadas por capas con distintos patrones.
Estos patrones provocan que el efecto de la refracción sea diferente en función del ángulo bajo el que se observa.
Por eso al observarla desde diferentes ángulos se ven diferentes imágenes.
En este caso, las líneas paralelas al lado más corto se difuminan hasta desaparecer.
Es un efecto muy utilizado por magos de todo el mundo en sus espectáculos.
Esta lente fue inventada por Lubor Fiedler, un mago, de quien recibe su nombre.
The Lubor lens is a special type of lenticular sheet.
Lenticular sheets consist of layers with different patterns.
These patterns cause the effect of refraction to be different depending on the angle under which it is observed.
That is why when observing it from different angles, different images are seen.
In this case, the lines parallel to the shortest side are blurred until they disappear.
It is an effect widely used by magicians from all over the world in their shows.
This lens was invented by Lubor Fiedler, a magician, from whom it gets its name.