wheelyweb

User Experience Specialist in Sydney, interested in standards, UCD, accessibility, IA, wireframing, creative technology, disruptive media, collaboration, semantic markup, and laksa
~ Saturday, August 23 ~
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Plush protection society at Newtown – View on Path.

Plush protection society at Newtown – View on Path.


~ Wednesday, August 13 ~
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New artwork going up outside the Courty. at Courthouse Hotel – View on Path.

New artwork going up outside the Courty. at Courthouse Hotel – View on Path.


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~ Saturday, August 9 ~
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Three kookaburras joining us for lunch. at Oatley Park Castle – View on Path.

Three kookaburras joining us for lunch. at Oatley Park Castle – View on Path.


~ Friday, August 1 ~
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It’s THAT Easy to create a new identity. at Squiz – View on Path.

It’s THAT Easy to create a new identity. at Squiz – View on Path.


~ Thursday, July 31 ~
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They misheard my name and now I have a new name. I quite like my new name! at Klink Handmade Espresso – View on Path.

They misheard my name and now I have a new name. I quite like my new name! at Klink Handmade Espresso – View on Path.


~ Friday, July 25 ~
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In memoriam: to the passengers of MH17 and their families, friends and colleagues. at Squiz – Watch on Path.


~ Monday, July 14 ~
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spacewatching:

Orbital Sciences Corporation’s Cygnus spacecraft will carry 3,293 pounds (1,493.8 kg) of cargo on its upcoming commercial resupply mission to the International Space Station, including crew supplies, nanosatellites, student research and 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.

spacewatching:

Orbital Sciences Corporation’s Cygnus spacecraft will carry 3,293 pounds (1,493.8 kg) of cargo on its upcoming commercial resupply mission to the International Space Station, including crew supplies, nanosatellites, student research and 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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~ Monday, July 7 ~
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All gone! I rate that awesome !!! at Noodle Dumpling – View on Path.

All gone! I rate that awesome !!! at Noodle Dumpling – View on Path.


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This may take awhile. at Noodle Dumpling – View on Path.

This may take awhile. at Noodle Dumpling – View on Path.


~ Sunday, July 6 ~
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Am I the only one to use airport luggage carousels as research for my next suitcase? at Adelaide Airport (ADL) – View on Path.

Am I the only one to use airport luggage carousels as research for my next suitcase? at Adelaide Airport (ADL) – View on Path.