niftyncrafty:

DIY Moss Bath Mat // Fishki
This sort of thing has always been on my list.  So now I can finally make one of my own!
The moss is super soft under your feet and it continues growing from the humidity and water from your shower. Definitely a great talking point too. 

niftyncrafty:

DIY Moss Bath Mat // Fishki

This sort of thing has always been on my list.  So now I can finally make one of my own!

The moss is super soft under your feet and it continues growing from the humidity and water from your shower. Definitely a great talking point too. 

terracycle:

A bunch of old neckties to a guy can be a new vest for a girl! Upcycle those neckties in to a women’s vest! 

terracycle:

A bunch of old neckties to a guy can be a new vest for a girl! Upcycle those neckties in to a women’s vest! 

thenewenlightenmentage:

CERN Tests First Artificial Retina For Spotting High Energy Particles
The human retina is remarkably good at pattern recognition so par
Pattern recognition is one of the few areas where humans regularly outperform even the most powerful computers. Our extraordinary ability is a result of the way our bodies process visual information. But surprisingly, our brains only do part of the work.
The most basic pattern recognition — edge detection, line detection and the detection of certain shapes — is performed by the complex circuitry of neurons in the retina. Long before an image reaches our brain, the eye has already sorted out many of the significant details.
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thenewenlightenmentage:

CERN Tests First Artificial Retina For Spotting High Energy Particles

The human retina is remarkably good at pattern recognition so par

Pattern recognition is one of the few areas where humans regularly outperform even the most powerful computers. Our extraordinary ability is a result of the way our bodies process visual information. But surprisingly, our brains only do part of the work.

The most basic pattern recognition — edge detection, line detection and the detection of certain shapes — is performed by the complex circuitry of neurons in the retina. Long before an image reaches our brain, the eye has already sorted out many of the significant details.

Continue Reading