Nice Mechanical Innovation photos

A few nice mechanical innovation images I found:

“Painting by Abraham Palatnik (b. 1928 Brazil): W-427, 2012 (Acrylic on wood)” / Galeria Nara Roseler / Art Basel Hong Kong 2013 / SML.20130523.EOSM.04006
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Image by See-ming Lee 李思明 SML
Amazing work which looks like lenticular images by Brazilian artist Abraham Palatnik (b. 1928).

This genre of work is known as “kinechromatic,” a term coined in 1951 by Mario Pedrosa in an article in Tribuna da Imprensa in reference to Palatnik’s work. The artist initially created electro-mechanical devices, based on the kaleidoscopic principle, which projected a constantly changing pattern of coloured light on a screen.

This is not such device, but an acrylic on canvas painting, but it is no doubt that one influence another.

Love this.

Abraham Palatnik
W-427
2012
Acrylic on wood
110 x 170 cm

# Abraham Palatnik
Abraham Palatnik (born 1928) is a Brazilian artist and inventor whose innovations include kinechromatic art. He is Jewish and of Russian descent.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abraham_Palatnik

# Galeria Nara Roseler

Av Europa 655
São Paulo 01449-001
Brazil

www.nararoesler.com.br/

# SML Data
+ Date: 2013-05-23T14:38:58+0800
+ Dimensions: 3777 x 2460
+ Exposure: 1/50 sec at f/2.0
+ Focal Length: 22 mm
+ ISO: 100
+ Camera: Canon EOS M
+ Lens: Canon EF-M 22mm f/2 STM
+ GPS: 22°16’59" N 114°10’22" E
+ Location: 香港會議展覽中心 Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (HKCEC)
+ Workflow: Lightroom 4
+ Serial: SML.20130523.EOSM.04006
+ Series: 新聞攝影 Photojournalism, SML Fine Art, Art Basel Hong Kong 2013

# Media Licensing
Creative Commons (CCBY) See-ming Lee 李思明 / SML Photography / SML Universe Limited

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ASKANIA versus GUCCI – Berlin Germany
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Image by Richard Ricciardi
The story of ASKANIA begins in 1871 when the inventor Carl Bamberg, son of a clockmaker and protégé of Carl Zeiss, lays down the roots of ASKANIA in Berlin, producing precision devices for the Navy, observatories, science and expeditions that are way ahead of its time. Thanks to extraordinary innovations and extremely dependable technology, Bamberg’s enterprise experiences rapid growth. ASKANIA – traditionally precise, innovative and reliable: The mechanical watches from Berlin.

ASKANIA
Rosenthaler Str. 40/41, Hof 1
D- 10178 Berlin

At IhnatCorp, Our Sole Product Is Innovation
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Image by andyi
Here’s a sneak peek at my upcoming Kickstarter campaign: the Etaoin Shrdlu iPad keyboard.

There are those who insist that "real" computers don’t have virtual keyboards. "If they can’t take the iPad seriously because it doesn’t have a mechanical keyboard," I reasoned, "then clearly, the more mechanical the keyboard is, the happier they’re going to be."

Minuses: portability is admittedly an issue. But I’m addressing that complaint by making the carrying handle on the back a little larger.

Pluses: it connects to the iPad via Bluetooth. No unsightly wires!

(Except for the pair of 220V mains connections.)

Cleaning rag (pictured) is extra.

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