Vertigo-Inducing Vertical Panoramic Photographs of New York Churches by Richard Silver
Born and raised in New York, photographer Richard Silver has captured the beauty and grandiosity of New York churches through the unconventional perspective of a vertical panoramic view. Composed anywhere from 6 to 10 individual shots, Silver’s images create a cohesive vertical panorama, which deliver a mind-blowing, vertigo-like state.
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When we talk about people who are "Good at math" are we really referring to people who are good at memorization? Let's dig into this a bit deeper...
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Yesterday I learned something interesting from a talk given by Professor Bikas K Sinha. The following is an excerpt from the reference , which exactly shows the interesting point of the problem. “A population consisting of an unknown number of distinct species is searched by selecting one member at a time. No a priori information is available concerning […]