malformalady:

Jerusalem-based industrial designer Naomi Kizhner created a series of sci-fi jewelry ideas that harvest kinetic energy from a human’s body and turns it into electricity, called “Energy Addicts”. Each spike is inserted into a vein; the blood stream spins the wheel and creates movemen.The jewelry is made from gold and 3D-printed biopolymer. Each piece contains sharp stings that neatly pierce the skin and serve as bio energy harvesting devices. The energy is generated from the body’s subconscious movements, such as blood flow or blinks of an eye. Kizhner created several designs to be worn on different body parts and to draw energy from specific physiological functions. Via Reddit

malformalady:

Jerusalem-based industrial designer Naomi Kizhner created a series of sci-fi jewelry ideas that harvest kinetic energy from a human’s body and turns it into electricity, called “Energy Addicts”. Each spike is inserted into a vein; the blood stream spins the wheel and creates movemen.The jewelry is made from gold and 3D-printed biopolymer. Each piece contains sharp stings that neatly pierce the skin and serve as bio energy harvesting devices. The energy is generated from the body’s subconscious movements, such as blood flow or blinks of an eye. Kizhner created several designs to be worn on different body parts and to draw energy from specific physiological functions. Via Reddit

spectacularuniverse:

 Bidloo’s work from 1690. He was one of the first to show human specimens as cadavers on the table in his publications rather than in the romantic, renaissance style shown here

Although even there you can see death in the expression of the face. This was a revolutionary view point during its time when anatomy was beginning to be viewed as a form of science as well as a form of art!

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spectacularuniverse:

 Bidloo’s work from 1690. He was one of the first to show human specimens as cadavers on the table in his publications rather than in the romantic, renaissance style shown here

Although even there you can see death in the expression of the face. This was a revolutionary view point during its time when anatomy was beginning to be viewed as a form of science as well as a form of art!

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bigblueboo:

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bigblueboo:

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