pesco at January 30th, 2014 13:29 — #1
nashrambler at January 30th, 2014 13:51 — #2
Kind of reminds me of "The Ipcress File."
pesco at January 30th, 2014 13:58 — #3
AWESOME. Thanks for that. Added to my post.
listener43 at January 30th, 2014 13:58 — #4
Made me think of my droog, Alex. I don't see the ocular irrigation equipment here, though.
fuzzyfungus at January 30th, 2014 14:42 — #5
Wherein we learn that humans are markedly worse at multitasking than they perceive themselves to be...
milliefink at January 30th, 2014 15:09 — #6
Wow. It's like a prototype of the Interwebs.
nashrambler at January 30th, 2014 15:44 — #7
marjae at January 30th, 2014 16:23 — #8
You could just beat people with sticks. It'd induce about as many headaches and seizures. It'd enable about as much learning. And it'd retain the traditional tried-and-true bullying which is such an important part of our educational system.
jeremy_ at January 30th, 2014 16:42 — #9
crenquis at January 30th, 2014 17:42 — #10
Keiti Ota seems to agree...
His painting "The Electric Learning Machine":
smut_clyde at January 30th, 2014 18:22 — #11
More images of the Knowledge Box -- from pages 122-123 of the LIFE Science Library, "The Mind".
drew_g at January 30th, 2014 21:14 — #12
more reminds me of the vulcan school from the 2009 Star Trek movie.
smut_clyde at January 30th, 2014 21:21 — #13
erichunting at January 31st, 2014 14:51 — #14
Ken Isaacs has long been an inspiration for me. One of the first Post-Industrial designers. He devised a sort of DIY version of the Knowledge Box called the Meditator which was featured in Popular Science;
Every maker should grab a copy of his How To Build Your Own Living Structures. It's the book that pioneered the concept of Urban Nomadism and inspired the eventual development of Nomadic Furniture, microhouses, and the Box Beam/Grid Beam DIY building systems;
pesco at February 4th, 2014 13:29 — #15
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