mydrunkkitchen:

Literally what I was raised to believe

I love space stuff so the first time I saw this I looked at every picture in sequence all close and thoroughly, just fully absorbing the majesty of the universe. When I scrolled down to that last pic I laughed for about five straight minutes :) This is like the fine scientists and researchers at CERN took a particle of humor and a particle of science and collided them into one another with unimaginable energies at near light speed.

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Ill Mitch!!!

randomghost:

N0DE Sketches (top, middle, bottom) by Simon Kopp

Awesome art

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aqua-arcana:

DIY Gundam/Mecha Cosplay!

source

Nice!

xombiedirge:

Transformers 4: Age of Extinction Concept Art by Vitaly Bulgarov / Blog

Better than the actual movie

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Ha!

Ha!

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seantaclaus:

This mech is built from car parts. IMPRESSIVE.
(Originally found here.)

Nice

seantaclaus:

This mech is built from car parts. IMPRESSIVE.

(Originally found here.)

Nice

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Beep boooop

Beep boooop

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dailyforlorn:

THE ROBOT WALKS ON…

I’m honored that my little existential robot story, “We Were Not Made for This World” (first published in Project Telstar by AdHouse, later collected in Let Us Be Perfectly Clear by Fantagraphics) is being made into a film. All the shots that director Colin West McDonald has sent me so far have me itching to see the final footage…

Read more about the project on The Robot Scriptures’ site.

So fly

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8bitfuture:

Prototype Robot With Smartphone to Test 3-D Mapping, Navigation Inside Space Station
The next launch to the International Space Station will carry this prototype free-flying space robot equipped with a smartphone, known as Smart SPHERES (Synchronized Position Hold, Engage, Reorient Experimental Satellites).
NASA has been testing SPHERES on the space station since 2011. This summer, astronauts will upgrade these existing space robots to use Google’s “Project Tango” smartphone, which features a custom 3-D sensor and multiple cameras. NASA will then use the Smart SPHERES to test free-flying 3-D mapping and navigation inside the space station. NASA is developing the Smart SPHERES to perform work on the space station that requires mobile sensing, such as environmental surveys to monitor levels of radiation, lighting and air quality. They also will be used to monitor inventory and conduct experiments. The development and testing of Smart SPHERES is funded by the Space Technology Mission Directorate at NASA Headquarters in Washington.

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8bitfuture:

Prototype Robot With Smartphone to Test 3-D Mapping, Navigation Inside Space Station

The next launch to the International Space Station will carry this prototype free-flying space robot equipped with a smartphone, known as Smart SPHERES (Synchronized Position Hold, Engage, Reorient Experimental Satellites).

NASA has been testing SPHERES on the space station since 2011. This summer, astronauts will upgrade these existing space robots to use Google’s “Project Tango” smartphone, which features a custom 3-D sensor and multiple cameras. NASA will then use the Smart SPHERES to test free-flying 3-D mapping and navigation inside the space station. NASA is developing the Smart SPHERES to perform work on the space station that requires mobile sensing, such as environmental surveys to monitor levels of radiation, lighting and air quality. They also will be used to monitor inventory and conduct experiments. The development and testing of Smart SPHERES is funded by the Space Technology Mission Directorate at NASA Headquarters in Washington.

Neeto!

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