bodhisattva-belladonna:

kenmarten:

Lab Flask Terrariums

Fucking ME THOUGH.

bodhisattva-belladonna:

kenmarten:

Lab Flask Terrariums

Fucking ME THOUGH.

(via cocokashi-co)

transistoradio:

James Rosenquist (b.1933), The Friction Disappears (1965), oil on canvas, 112.4 x 122.2 cm (irregular). Collection of Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, DC, USA. Via Smithsonian.

transistoradio:

James Rosenquist (b.1933), The Friction Disappears (1965), oil on canvas, 112.4 x 122.2 cm (irregular). Collection of Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, DC, USA. Via Smithsonian.

(via artfromthefuture)

thebaxterbuilding:

Nico and Andy Warhol play Batman and Robin. Esquire, 1967.

thebaxterbuilding:

Nico and Andy Warhol play Batman and Robin. Esquire, 1967.

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exdaisy:

whoa

exdaisy:

whoa

(Source: jjjjjjjjjjohn, via cutupradio)

thetallblacknerd:

unexplained-events:

Diego San

This android infant was born to the University of California San Diego’s Machine Perception Lab. Diego is about 4’3 (130cm), much larger than the average one year old child and weighs roughly 65 pounds (30kg).

The lab received funding from the National Science Foundation to contract Kokoro Co. Ltd. and Hanson Robotics, two companies that specialize in building lifelike animatronics and androids, to build a replicant based on a one year old baby.

It gives life-like facial expressions and was developed to approximate the complexity of a human body. It’s the first of its kind, but wont be for very long. Other robot infants are in development along with Roboy, a robot boy that promises to go beyond this.

SOURCE

SOURCE

Astro boy

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