Author Archives: Tim

Goodbye privacy, hello future!

Some of you may have seen recent reports of google building augmented reality glasses. In case you haven’t been tracking where all this tech is heading, we should all be amazed or terrified by what this means for privacy in … Continue reading

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Finally some snazzy looking VR/AR goggles

I recently bought a pair of video glasses to help with setting up time-lapse cameras and unfortunately it seems like the existing selection of consumer VR video goggles sucks just as bad as they did the last time I looked … Continue reading

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Lawrence Lessig on the Occupy movement

I love Lawrence Lessig, he is very thoughtful and well spoken in his approach to things. After conquering the copyright world apparently he has moved on to thinking about capitalism. I highly recommend this great interview with Diane Rehm from … Continue reading

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The Flaw

I just saw the Premiere of David Sington’s movie┬áThe Flaw at Sundance. The movie explores the root causes of the financial crisis in the US that led to the recent global economic meltdown. I found it astonishing. One might expect … Continue reading

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Exit Through the Gift Shop

Watching Exit Through the Gift Shop [link], the Banksy documentary… there’s a scene where Banksy takes the documentary guy way upstairs to a back room in his wherehouse. He pulls a dusty box off an old wooden shelf and pulls … Continue reading

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Geotagged images build Rome in a day

A research group at University of North Carolina has developed an algorithm that allows them to create full 3D models of popular tourist sites using images from Flickr (see video below). This in itself is nothing new, but the UNC … Continue reading

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Fog dance

Since Topher and I do make timelapse for a living, people are always emailing me cool movies they find online. There are people doing some amazing work out there, but occasionally I come across something that really stands out from … Continue reading

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The art cars of Burning Man

If anyone ever asks you to describe what is amazing about Burning Ban, a quick perusal of these photos of art cars might do the trick. The art cars at BM exhibit a range of wonder and whimsy is inspiring, … Continue reading

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Steven Johnson on where good ideas come from

Steven Johnson recently gave a great Ted talk on where ideas come from and how to foster them. He makes a compelling argument that new game changing ideas don’t just pop into our head in the classic Eureka moment, but … Continue reading

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