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Lost in Translation: Mental Maps in Dakar and Sana'a...

I think I’ve only been truly lost maybe twice in my life, once in Dakar, Senegal, and the other time in Sana’a, Yemen. This was back in the days before GPS, of course, or at least universal GPS on a one-world SIM card, that doesn’t require buying a new one in each tiny little country that pops its head up on the map. 301 more words

Epilogue (from the future, 2020)

The kitchen table holding rolls of film of various types and sizes, some already developed and sleeved, others containing latent images awaiting their delivery to a film lab. 1,149 more words
Nightscape Odyssey

How LiDAR Works

Hello viewers. Welcome to a new technology blog. Today we will try to understand how the LiDAR technology works. So, let’s get started.

Introduction

LIDAR stands for Light Detection And Ranging. 578 more words

Raglan Range and Flat Bluff: 18-21 April 2019

Raglan Range and Flat Bluff GPS route

In doing some research for a trip out to Mary, Maude and Madge, I went in search of some photos I’d taken from the area during a trip to the Raglan Range and Flat Bluff. 985 more words

Bushwalking

ASSISTING HUMANS SINCE 1957

Technological changes have reshaped the world we live in. Rapid innovation and technological disruption have driven the long-term changes and impact human life. Have you ever wondered how you get instant answers in google search? 1,094 more words

PHYSICS

12.3 Windmill Whiteout

Ah, South Dakota. A transition state between the lush prairies and farmlands to the east, and the arid mountains to the west. A bit of both co-reside in this state, and tonight I find myself in a stretch of farmland where the grass has been harvested into giant tootsie-rolls of hay and left at random locations in the field. 1,105 more words

Nightscape Odyssey