Asylum by Drew Geraci
The untouched remains of this abandoned asylum run the gamut from roller skates to surgical equipment. Made up of 35,000 pictures using a combination of HDR, tone-mapping, and time-lapse, Drew Geraci’s chilling beautiful film captures the mysterious history and ruinous present of this secret location.
This is incredible, the atmosphere he has captured is unreal, I wish I’d have found this when I was studying time-lapse for the last brief!
Scottish engineer James Watt made a grand leap in the history of energy generation in 1765, when he conceived the idea to add a separate chamber for the condensation of steam to water to occur in. (This was called the “condenser.”) He was repairing a Newcomen engine and thought it was inefficient to repeatedly cool down and heat up the entire cylinder. The unit of power, the watt, is named after him.
I was emailed recently by someone asking how my site does so well in Google. They probably noticed that I don’t use meta-tags, I sometimes forget to put alt text on images and I’m not jamming every page with keywords. If you study up on SEO tactics you’ll see that I ignore most of them. Here is…
Completed another infographic, this one about the final statements given by 281 death row inmates in Texas.
Tonight, Texas will execute its 282nd person since 2000. We visualized the last words of the first 281. Powerful stuff here.