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Water Wigs An fur­ther explo­ration into Water Wierd­nessWe just fin­ished shoot­ing a new project we call Water Wigs. The con­cept is sim­ple and it is anoth­er visu­al explo­ration of some­thing new and total­ly dif­fer­ent. We found a bu…

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Water Wigs on the Behance Network
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Water Wigs
An fur­ther explo­ration into Water Wierd­ness

We just fin­ished shoot­ing a new project we call Water Wigs. The con­cept is sim­ple and it is anoth­er visu­al explo­ration of some­thing new and total­ly dif­fer­ent. We found a bu…

lol, may need one of these one day

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Samsung Transparent LCD Window

Regular LCD panels need BLUs (Back Light Units) as a light source in order to display an image; without a light source, nothing would be visible. Transparent LCDs lack BLUs, usesing instead other light sources available (sunlight, in-door lighting). In darkness you can activate the transparent BLU, designed specifically for transparent panels, as a light source.

An advantage to the transparent display is its energy efficiency. When the transparent BLU is not activated, the transparent LCD uses only 10% of the electricity used by a regular LCD screen of equivalent size. Rumor has it, it’s going into mass production in just a few months.

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by Philippe Ramette
French artist Philippe Ramette believes nothing should ever be fake. His impossible, gravity-defying poses might look like classic Photoshop, but look a little closer and you’ll see evidence that it’s not. “You see a tension in my hands, my red face is far from serene as the blood rushes to it, my suit is ruffled,” said Ramette.
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Original is best.

daily-tumbles:

by Philippe Ramette

French artist Philippe Ramette believes nothing should ever be fake. His impossible, gravity-defying poses might look like classic Photoshop, but look a little closer and you’ll see evidence that it’s not. “You see a tension in my hands, my red face is far from serene as the blood rushes to it, my suit is ruffled,” said Ramette.

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