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Sci-Fi Ink Cartridge Art, Zapping the Vestibular Nerve Simulates Spaceflight

Ink Cartridge Art
There's a load of great tech news happening out there every day, and, unfortunately, we just can't cover it all. Here are a few of the other noteworthy things we saw today on our never-ending journey through the wild, wild Web.
  • Ink and toner blog iamb (such a thing exists!) tasked Faith Pearson with creating art from discarded ink cartridges. 'King Kong' is decent, but the U.S.S. Enterprise, pictured above, is the true standout. [From: iamb]
  • Apparently zapping the vestibular nerve (located behind your ears) is a surefire way to simulate the feeling of spaceflight, and researchers at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine have a new device that does just that. Sign us up! [From: Wired]
  • We're not quite sure how we've gotten to 2010 without the Internet being flooded with high-resolution images from movies (or an alternate universe where there's a legal image-sharing site called flxstr that lets you rate and share your own screencaps). Anyway, these gorgeous snaps from '2001' should hold you over for the next decade while we wait for the Shawn Fanning of movies photos. [From: Stanley Kubrick blog]
  • Are we sacrificing "real life for realtime?" Tweetage Wasteland considers the pull of the Internet twitch. [From: Tweetage Wasteland]
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