Wednesday, September 3, 2014

Cool video

Nightingale and Canary from Andy Thomas on Vimeo.
Using 3D visualization software and other programs, Thomas breaks down photos of insects, orchids, and birds into their composite parts. He then reassembles the images in a sort of collage and builds trippy animations that react, based on rules he's set, to sound – in this case, archival bird song.
Source: This is Your Bird on Drugs, post by Julia Lowrie Henderson. Video by Andy Thomas

This has absolutely nothing to do with economics, or grumpiness. I just thought it was cool.


  1. Very cool. There is no great stagnation.

  2. In your previous post.

    "But the fact that sovereign debt must eventually be repaid, defaulted on, or inflated away, remains an accounting identity valid even in the most rabid Keynesian worldview."

    Maybe, but not valid for the US in the world in which you and I actually live.



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