Geek in Heat


savingwonderwoman:

Nubia shows what I’ve said for years- ONLY a black woman can rock purple-and-gold.

Whaaaaa

savingwonderwoman:

Nubia shows what I’ve said for years- ONLY a black woman can rock purple-and-gold.

Whaaaaa

— 16 hours ago with 114 notes

savingwonderwoman:

I give you a party-platter of DC Women by Darwyn Cooke to hopefully get me a 500th follower- 499 just plain makes me edgy!

(via justanothercomicgeek)

— 1 day ago with 110 notes
Digital Art Tip: Resolution Dependence →

robscorner:

I get the question often as to what size canvas I draw on. I’ve answered in responses to explain the basics numerous times, but I’m going to write a bit more detailed response so all can understand and reference.

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(I’ll use my Dirty Pair piece as the guinea pig for this explanation.)

A…

— 1 day ago with 1111 notes
teachnologies:

MIT’s New Robot Glove can Give You Extra Fingers
Have you ever wondered if five fingers is really enough? The folks at MIT have. Researchers in the institute’s department of mechanical engineering have created a robotic glove that adds two additional digits to the standard human claw, positioning two long fingers on either side of the hand. It’s ridiculously easy to use, too. “You do not need to command the robot, but simply move your fingers naturally.” Ford Professor of Engineering Harry Asada says. “Then the robotic fingers react and assist your fingers.” The glove’s movements are based on biomechanical synergy, the idea that each finger reacts to the movements of its peers - if you try to grasp a bottle, the glove’s extra fingers will try to help.

teachnologies:

MIT’s New Robot Glove can Give You Extra Fingers
Have you ever wondered if five fingers is really enough? The folks at MIT have. Researchers in the institute’s department of mechanical engineering have created a robotic glove that adds two additional digits to the standard human claw, positioning two long fingers on either side of the hand. It’s ridiculously easy to use, too. “You do not need to command the robot, but simply move your fingers naturally.” Ford Professor of Engineering Harry Asada says. “Then the robotic fingers react and assist your fingers.” The glove’s movements are based on biomechanical synergy, the idea that each finger reacts to the movements of its peers - if you try to grasp a bottle, the glove’s extra fingers will try to help.

(via afro-dominicano)

— 2 days ago with 260 notes

snowstormharlequin:

CAN SOMEONE PLEASE EXPLAIN WHY NONE OF THE AKATSUKI RING SETS HAVE THE RIGHT COLORS I GOT A JOB SO I COULD BUY THEM BUT THEY’RE NOT RIGHT AND I’M FREAKING OUT OVER RINGS I JUST REALIZED I HAVE NO LIFE

Well, you’re in good company.

— 4 days ago with 2 notes

sextpert:

sextpert:

I LOVE IT WHEN COMPANIES REPLY TO PEOPLE’S TWEETS ABOUT THEM

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amazing

(Source: sextpert-deactivated20140114, via snowstormharlequin)

— 6 days ago with 331376 notes
Damn shame what they did to that dog.

Damn shame what they did to that dog.

(via felisvulpes)

— 1 week ago with 22681 notes