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Exclusive Interview with Israeli Photographer Sharon Avraham

Tuesday 10.07.2014 , Posted by
sharon Avraham

Sharon Avraham is one of the most dynamic emerging photographers in Israel today. A co-founder of Midburn, the Burning Man regional event in Israel, his love for art and community have run deep for some time. Based in beautiful Ein Vered, a little north of Tel Aviv, he runs an artistic intentional community called “David Ranch.” The ranch supports artists from around the world who come to grow their craft surrounded by gardens and horses. This year it served as the building space for many of the large art installations at Burning Man Israel (Midburn).

Sharon recently released a photographic series titled “Color in Motion” and we had the privilege to interview him about his passion for the craft, and where he finds inspiration. [Read more…]

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Smart Sand: Will We Duplicate Objects in a Sandbox?

Monday 04.09.2012 , Posted by

MIT researchers are developing small magnetic cubes that can communicate with each other to auto-duplicate objects in a “sand box” using a subtractive production algorithm.

3D printing is the process of making three dimensional solid objects from a digital file. Typically, this printing is achieved using additive processes, where an object is created by laying down successive layers of material. It is considered distinct from traditional machining techniques which mostly relied on the removal of material by drilling and cutting. [Read more…]

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