intersections
is an inventory of theories and methodologies reflecting intersections of art, science, and technology.

Run by Dhiya Muhammad. Design practitioner and educator based in Singapore.

Another blog which he runs, is a collection of his mode and musings.

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intersections
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(via FREDRIK SKÅTAR | highlike)
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(via CHRISTIAN HERDEG | highlike)
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(via JÉRÉMY LAFFON | highlike)
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(via Juxtapoz Magazine - Extraordinary Woodwork By Roxy Paine)
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holgerlippmann:

noisyLineScape, 2014 (Hommage à Long-lost-drawing)vector for printmade with processing
inspired by: Diana Lange, long lost drawing, inspired by by DM Stith
holgerlippmann:

noisyLineScape, 2014 (Hommage à Long-lost-drawing)vector for printmade with processing
inspired by: Diana Lange, long lost drawing, inspired by by DM Stith
holgerlippmann:

noisyLineScape, 2014 (Hommage à Long-lost-drawing)vector for printmade with processing
inspired by: Diana Lange, long lost drawing, inspired by by DM Stith
holgerlippmann:

noisyLineScape, 2014 (Hommage à Long-lost-drawing)vector for printmade with processing
inspired by: Diana Lange, long lost drawing, inspired by by DM Stith
holgerlippmann:

noisyLineScape, 2014 (Hommage à Long-lost-drawing)vector for printmade with processing
inspired by: Diana Lange, long lost drawing, inspired by by DM Stith
holgerlippmann:

noisyLineScape, 2014 (Hommage à Long-lost-drawing)vector for printmade with processing
inspired by: Diana Lange, long lost drawing, inspired by by DM Stith
holgerlippmann:

noisyLineScape, 2014 (Hommage à Long-lost-drawing)vector for printmade with processing
inspired by: Diana Lange, long lost drawing, inspired by by DM Stith
holgerlippmann:

noisyLineScape, 2014 (Hommage à Long-lost-drawing)vector for printmade with processing
inspired by: Diana Lange, long lost drawing, inspired by by DM Stith
holgerlippmann:

noisyLineScape, 2014 (Hommage à Long-lost-drawing)vector for printmade with processing
inspired by: Diana Lange, long lost drawing, inspired by by DM Stith
holgerlippmann:

noisyLineScape, 2014 (Hommage à Long-lost-drawing)vector for printmade with processing
inspired by: Diana Lange, long lost drawing, inspired by by DM Stith
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(via Meteor Impacts On The Moon Drive This Elegant Kinetic Sculpture | The Creators Project)
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(via The making of Fuji | Joanie Lemercier)
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Photogrammetry is the science of making measurements from photographs, especially for recovering the exact positions of surface points. Moreover, it may be used to recover the motion pathways of designated reference points located on any moving object, on its components and in the immediately adjacent environment. Photogrammetry may employ high-speed imaging and remote sensing in order to detect, measure and record complex 2-D and 3-D motion fields (see also sonar, radar, lidar etc.). Photogrammetry feeds the measurements from remote sensing and the results of imagery analysis into computational models in an attempt to successively estimate, with increasing accuracy, the actual, 3-D relative motions within the researched field.

Photogrammetry is used in different fields, such as topographic mapping, architecture, engineering, manufacturing, quality control, police investigation, and geology, as well as by archaeologists to quickly produce plans of large or complex sites and by meteorologists as a way to determine the actual wind speed of a tornado where objective weather data cannot be obtained. It is also used to combine live action with computer-generated imagery in movie post-production; The Matrix is a good example of the use of photogrammetry in film (details are given in the DVD extras).

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Photogrammetry - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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(via MEMEX | Duologue - 3D study of mortality using photogrammetry techniques / by @marshmallowlf)
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We Find Wildness (via Marine Hugonnier | TRIANGULATION)
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(via Gemis Luciani | TRIANGULATION)