This week's issue is all about amazing things people make, whether it's an algorithm, an image bot, artificial intelligence, social networks, or virtual reality. Enjoy.
Applying regression analysis to find the average location of pixels in videos yields some fascinating results.
Twitter: come for the celebrities, stay for the robots.
Google's open sourcing of their sophisticated AI technology is a huge step forward for the industry and academia. Open sourcing is a long-term strategy that helps the entire market.
This is rad! I can't wait until this technology gets better so that people that are not me can get even cooler stuff implanted into their bodies. Warning and/or incentive: surgery pictures.
Beautiful. I love that this technology actually makes people look like they fit into the forest as sort of strange, mythical creatures.
This seems like the logical next step for VR entertainment - physical spaces with virtual overlays that make the environment that much more tactile and real. You can probably charge a pretty penny for it, too.
Have you noticed that Facebook has been extra creepy, and attached lately? Yeah.
Some of the patterns here are so gorgeous that they seem as if they have to be fake - but they're not!