Super-strong neodymium magnets destroying everyday items in slow motion

Watch as two super-strong neodymium magnets jump together in slow motion, destroying a variety of every day items. Will it squash, smash or explode? See how an apple, an iPhone, a plastic cup full of rainbow drops and a carton of juice stand up to the awesome power of two 50mm x 50mm x 25mm N42 neod…
by José Lourenço via Facebook at July 31, 2015 at 08:56AM
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Dreamscope App Uses Deep Dream By Google To Create More Surreal Horror Art

In 2005, Google gave us Google Maps. In 2007, it gave us Gmail. In 2015, it gave us nightmares in the form of a robot’s dreams. Last month, Google unleashed artificial surrealism in the form of Deep Dream, a code that shows how artificial neural networks analyze images by layers and classify them.
by José Lourenço via Facebook at July 31, 2015 at 08:52AM
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