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Google has a crazy idea for injecting a computer into your eyeball

(Source: www.businessinsider.com)

Google has filed a patent for what sounds like a bionic eye.

A patent filed in 2014 and published Thursday describes a device that could correct vision without putting contacts in or wearing glasses everyday. 435 more words


Art for Walls...

It is rare that I ever buy myself a picture to hang on the wall. I think I have to know, instantly upon finding it, that I would like very much to look at it more, possibly for long time, and in the comfort of my own home. 299 more words


Wild Rose Roundabout (NPM '16-Day 29)

“Shriveled red ancestors” (Photo © 2016 by V. Nesdoly)

“hard green hips blushed…” (Photo © 2016 by V. Nesdoly)

“I unfurl my face to you” (Photo © 2016 by V. 271 more words



Palaeolithic, Mesolithic, Neolithic, Copper Age, Bronze Age, Iron Age and now the Tech Age!

A smartphone is a mobile phone with an advanced mobile operating system… 98 more words


Photo Friday: Archival Preservation

Since it is Preservation Week, today’s Photo Friday features an image from one of the collections we have been working to stabilize. For the past few weeks my colleague, Belinda Krencicki, and I have photographed and captured metadata for the watercolor paintings, pen and pencil drawings, and pastels in the James Scripps Booth and John McLaughlin Booth Papers. 89 more words


On Russell's Skepticism of the External World

This paper explains why Russell thinks that real objects, if there are any, are not the same as what we immediately experience in sense-perception.  I explore the debate between different views of what we receive through sense-perception, maintaining that we get more from sense-perception than Russell claims.   45 more words

Yellow - Glass Tulips

… for more photographs of my portfolio please follow this link: RSP – Reinhold Staden Photography