Showing posts from February 21, 2010

The Merge of Democracy and the Insurance Company

we each play a part in the system one to their own way the way we fill our time the way we teach the way we grow the point of living every day to play is to teach the radiation from which the power does spread the east in distance waves workers on the other side earliest film a post apcolyptic playground rhythm in frames per second moving in comfortable silence the eye watching you the way a child sees his father


The Body as an Interface

Biomechanics is a rising field of interest for many different people from medicine to sports and even into the arts.  The human body can be monitored in a variety of ways from eegs which measure brain waves,  eogs to measure eye movement in sleep studies,  heart and breathing monitors. The depth of research into this world is an abyss that seems to be come ever deeper the more one learns about the subject.   My interest in the subject remains within the arts and with movement as a control of a non-clinical environment.   Our main limitation is that the human body can can only (as of yet) be interfaced superficially.   This leads to problems measuring human movement because joints which could be hard to measure on their own are even harder to access because they are deep to certain muscle groups and skin.  For a short example of the complications, take just the lower body from the superior structure the hips down to the inferior ankles.  By limiting possibilities to the larger movemen…