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alwaysyori:

alwaysyori:

I approve of these screens monitoring Program to Human and Human to Program transference. Aka Digitization and Realization. This being because of the extremely complex structure of a Human. This isn’t simply an object or food. The structure would need to be closely monitored to ensure nothing would go wrong.
To be honest, I see this being needed far more for Program to Human transference/Realization. The reason being: They don’t have a biological make up to begin with. To recreate a biological structure would be… Nearly impossible to phenomenally so.
To digitize a human however, is far easier being as you’re taking away, not adding, and their structural data would be kept within the system’s archives until recreation was needed again, within a file that could not be deleted I believe.
Basically, the common rule is: Once you break everything down to the smallest of structure, it is made of particles, aka, energy. What is inside the Computer World, is made of energy. To change that energy into a more complex and solid structure with different/differing rules placed upon it to make it work as it does, (genes, organs and so on), takes far more change and data than it takes to deconstruct. Again: Building vs. taking apart.

#[[this is why I actually believe programs would become something similar but not human]]
#[[that whatever remarkable science used to transfer programs to the User world would make them something that is only a translation of what they were before]]
#[[although I have other program headcannons that interfere with that theory]] #[[basically Tron is a Disney movie and therefor everything should be left to oooh ahhh]]
#[[and much less literal contemplation]]
#[[although a realistic version of the series made by someone other than Disney with the very adult themes being acknowledged as such would be really awesome]] #[[you know in my dreams]]

I believe that too, actually far more than them becoming fully human, but I wanted to support that idea just for kicks and miiight be possible, but it doesn’t seem like something that could be structurally sound. It would have to be similar because they’re either gaining a recreation of DNA form or simply an alternate manifest into biological data.
Though my argument includes the need for blood and organs, etc. it’s possible that only the ability to process those foods would be needed along with a difference in structure. Meaning they might look a little “fake” if they were to have this aspect, as much of their digital look/feel/form may still be intact. They may not need organs, they simply… Process it.
alwaysyori:

alwaysyori:

I approve of these screens monitoring Program to Human and Human to Program transference. Aka Digitization and Realization. This being because of the extremely complex structure of a Human. This isn’t simply an object or food. The structure would need to be closely monitored to ensure nothing would go wrong.
To be honest, I see this being needed far more for Program to Human transference/Realization. The reason being: They don’t have a biological make up to begin with. To recreate a biological structure would be… Nearly impossible to phenomenally so.
To digitize a human however, is far easier being as you’re taking away, not adding, and their structural data would be kept within the system’s archives until recreation was needed again, within a file that could not be deleted I believe.
Basically, the common rule is: Once you break everything down to the smallest of structure, it is made of particles, aka, energy. What is inside the Computer World, is made of energy. To change that energy into a more complex and solid structure with different/differing rules placed upon it to make it work as it does, (genes, organs and so on), takes far more change and data than it takes to deconstruct. Again: Building vs. taking apart.

#[[this is why I actually believe programs would become something similar but not human]]
#[[that whatever remarkable science used to transfer programs to the User world would make them something that is only a translation of what they were before]]
#[[although I have other program headcannons that interfere with that theory]] #[[basically Tron is a Disney movie and therefor everything should be left to oooh ahhh]]
#[[and much less literal contemplation]]
#[[although a realistic version of the series made by someone other than Disney with the very adult themes being acknowledged as such would be really awesome]] #[[you know in my dreams]]

I believe that too, actually far more than them becoming fully human, but I wanted to support that idea just for kicks and miiight be possible, but it doesn’t seem like something that could be structurally sound. It would have to be similar because they’re either gaining a recreation of DNA form or simply an alternate manifest into biological data.
Though my argument includes the need for blood and organs, etc. it’s possible that only the ability to process those foods would be needed along with a difference in structure. Meaning they might look a little “fake” if they were to have this aspect, as much of their digital look/feel/form may still be intact. They may not need organs, they simply… Process it.
alwaysyori:

alwaysyori:

I approve of these screens monitoring Program to Human and Human to Program transference. Aka Digitization and Realization. This being because of the extremely complex structure of a Human. This isn’t simply an object or food. The structure would need to be closely monitored to ensure nothing would go wrong.
To be honest, I see this being needed far more for Program to Human transference/Realization. The reason being: They don’t have a biological make up to begin with. To recreate a biological structure would be… Nearly impossible to phenomenally so.
To digitize a human however, is far easier being as you’re taking away, not adding, and their structural data would be kept within the system’s archives until recreation was needed again, within a file that could not be deleted I believe.
Basically, the common rule is: Once you break everything down to the smallest of structure, it is made of particles, aka, energy. What is inside the Computer World, is made of energy. To change that energy into a more complex and solid structure with different/differing rules placed upon it to make it work as it does, (genes, organs and so on), takes far more change and data than it takes to deconstruct. Again: Building vs. taking apart.

#[[this is why I actually believe programs would become something similar but not human]]
#[[that whatever remarkable science used to transfer programs to the User world would make them something that is only a translation of what they were before]]
#[[although I have other program headcannons that interfere with that theory]] #[[basically Tron is a Disney movie and therefor everything should be left to oooh ahhh]]
#[[and much less literal contemplation]]
#[[although a realistic version of the series made by someone other than Disney with the very adult themes being acknowledged as such would be really awesome]] #[[you know in my dreams]]

I believe that too, actually far more than them becoming fully human, but I wanted to support that idea just for kicks and miiight be possible, but it doesn’t seem like something that could be structurally sound. It would have to be similar because they’re either gaining a recreation of DNA form or simply an alternate manifest into biological data.
Though my argument includes the need for blood and organs, etc. it’s possible that only the ability to process those foods would be needed along with a difference in structure. Meaning they might look a little “fake” if they were to have this aspect, as much of their digital look/feel/form may still be intact. They may not need organs, they simply… Process it.
alwaysyori:

alwaysyori:

I approve of these screens monitoring Program to Human and Human to Program transference. Aka Digitization and Realization. This being because of the extremely complex structure of a Human. This isn’t simply an object or food. The structure would need to be closely monitored to ensure nothing would go wrong.
To be honest, I see this being needed far more for Program to Human transference/Realization. The reason being: They don’t have a biological make up to begin with. To recreate a biological structure would be… Nearly impossible to phenomenally so.
To digitize a human however, is far easier being as you’re taking away, not adding, and their structural data would be kept within the system’s archives until recreation was needed again, within a file that could not be deleted I believe.
Basically, the common rule is: Once you break everything down to the smallest of structure, it is made of particles, aka, energy. What is inside the Computer World, is made of energy. To change that energy into a more complex and solid structure with different/differing rules placed upon it to make it work as it does, (genes, organs and so on), takes far more change and data than it takes to deconstruct. Again: Building vs. taking apart.

#[[this is why I actually believe programs would become something similar but not human]]
#[[that whatever remarkable science used to transfer programs to the User world would make them something that is only a translation of what they were before]]
#[[although I have other program headcannons that interfere with that theory]] #[[basically Tron is a Disney movie and therefor everything should be left to oooh ahhh]]
#[[and much less literal contemplation]]
#[[although a realistic version of the series made by someone other than Disney with the very adult themes being acknowledged as such would be really awesome]] #[[you know in my dreams]]

I believe that too, actually far more than them becoming fully human, but I wanted to support that idea just for kicks and miiight be possible, but it doesn’t seem like something that could be structurally sound. It would have to be similar because they’re either gaining a recreation of DNA form or simply an alternate manifest into biological data.
Though my argument includes the need for blood and organs, etc. it’s possible that only the ability to process those foods would be needed along with a difference in structure. Meaning they might look a little “fake” if they were to have this aspect, as much of their digital look/feel/form may still be intact. They may not need organs, they simply… Process it.
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betype:

Choplin by Rene Bieder (85% off only today).
Rene Bieder did it again, his wonderful taste in shaping typefaces delight us again with this release of Choplin, a geometric Slab Serif font, base on Campton. Rene describes his own font in this way:

Choplin is a modern and clear geometric slab serif with a sturdy heart. It was designed based on the Campton Family, with the same principles in mind: geometry, simplicity and neutrality. As a consequence, Choplin could be seen as an immediate companion to the Campton Family. However, during the process lots of details were changed in order to sharpen the slab serif character which resulted in a slightly different interpretation.

Similar to Campton, it is perfectly suited for graphic design applications ranging from editorial, corporate, web, interaction to product design. In addition, it has an extended range of alternative glyphs, ligatures and opentype features which provide flexibility and uniqueness wherever it is placed.
You can get the font with a huge discount of 85% off that’s mean $35 for 18 fonts. If you have followed Rene for some time you will know that this kind of offer never repeats, the normal price of this professional font is $250. 
This introductory discount finish today: http://myfonts.us/Uzu5iV
betype:

Choplin by Rene Bieder (85% off only today).
Rene Bieder did it again, his wonderful taste in shaping typefaces delight us again with this release of Choplin, a geometric Slab Serif font, base on Campton. Rene describes his own font in this way:

Choplin is a modern and clear geometric slab serif with a sturdy heart. It was designed based on the Campton Family, with the same principles in mind: geometry, simplicity and neutrality. As a consequence, Choplin could be seen as an immediate companion to the Campton Family. However, during the process lots of details were changed in order to sharpen the slab serif character which resulted in a slightly different interpretation.

Similar to Campton, it is perfectly suited for graphic design applications ranging from editorial, corporate, web, interaction to product design. In addition, it has an extended range of alternative glyphs, ligatures and opentype features which provide flexibility and uniqueness wherever it is placed.
You can get the font with a huge discount of 85% off that’s mean $35 for 18 fonts. If you have followed Rene for some time you will know that this kind of offer never repeats, the normal price of this professional font is $250. 
This introductory discount finish today: http://myfonts.us/Uzu5iV
betype:

Choplin by Rene Bieder (85% off only today).
Rene Bieder did it again, his wonderful taste in shaping typefaces delight us again with this release of Choplin, a geometric Slab Serif font, base on Campton. Rene describes his own font in this way:

Choplin is a modern and clear geometric slab serif with a sturdy heart. It was designed based on the Campton Family, with the same principles in mind: geometry, simplicity and neutrality. As a consequence, Choplin could be seen as an immediate companion to the Campton Family. However, during the process lots of details were changed in order to sharpen the slab serif character which resulted in a slightly different interpretation.

Similar to Campton, it is perfectly suited for graphic design applications ranging from editorial, corporate, web, interaction to product design. In addition, it has an extended range of alternative glyphs, ligatures and opentype features which provide flexibility and uniqueness wherever it is placed.
You can get the font with a huge discount of 85% off that’s mean $35 for 18 fonts. If you have followed Rene for some time you will know that this kind of offer never repeats, the normal price of this professional font is $250. 
This introductory discount finish today: http://myfonts.us/Uzu5iV
betype:

Choplin by Rene Bieder (85% off only today).
Rene Bieder did it again, his wonderful taste in shaping typefaces delight us again with this release of Choplin, a geometric Slab Serif font, base on Campton. Rene describes his own font in this way:

Choplin is a modern and clear geometric slab serif with a sturdy heart. It was designed based on the Campton Family, with the same principles in mind: geometry, simplicity and neutrality. As a consequence, Choplin could be seen as an immediate companion to the Campton Family. However, during the process lots of details were changed in order to sharpen the slab serif character which resulted in a slightly different interpretation.

Similar to Campton, it is perfectly suited for graphic design applications ranging from editorial, corporate, web, interaction to product design. In addition, it has an extended range of alternative glyphs, ligatures and opentype features which provide flexibility and uniqueness wherever it is placed.
You can get the font with a huge discount of 85% off that’s mean $35 for 18 fonts. If you have followed Rene for some time you will know that this kind of offer never repeats, the normal price of this professional font is $250. 
This introductory discount finish today: http://myfonts.us/Uzu5iV
betype:

Choplin by Rene Bieder (85% off only today).
Rene Bieder did it again, his wonderful taste in shaping typefaces delight us again with this release of Choplin, a geometric Slab Serif font, base on Campton. Rene describes his own font in this way:

Choplin is a modern and clear geometric slab serif with a sturdy heart. It was designed based on the Campton Family, with the same principles in mind: geometry, simplicity and neutrality. As a consequence, Choplin could be seen as an immediate companion to the Campton Family. However, during the process lots of details were changed in order to sharpen the slab serif character which resulted in a slightly different interpretation.

Similar to Campton, it is perfectly suited for graphic design applications ranging from editorial, corporate, web, interaction to product design. In addition, it has an extended range of alternative glyphs, ligatures and opentype features which provide flexibility and uniqueness wherever it is placed.
You can get the font with a huge discount of 85% off that’s mean $35 for 18 fonts. If you have followed Rene for some time you will know that this kind of offer never repeats, the normal price of this professional font is $250. 
This introductory discount finish today: http://myfonts.us/Uzu5iV
betype:

Choplin by Rene Bieder (85% off only today).
Rene Bieder did it again, his wonderful taste in shaping typefaces delight us again with this release of Choplin, a geometric Slab Serif font, base on Campton. Rene describes his own font in this way:

Choplin is a modern and clear geometric slab serif with a sturdy heart. It was designed based on the Campton Family, with the same principles in mind: geometry, simplicity and neutrality. As a consequence, Choplin could be seen as an immediate companion to the Campton Family. However, during the process lots of details were changed in order to sharpen the slab serif character which resulted in a slightly different interpretation.

Similar to Campton, it is perfectly suited for graphic design applications ranging from editorial, corporate, web, interaction to product design. In addition, it has an extended range of alternative glyphs, ligatures and opentype features which provide flexibility and uniqueness wherever it is placed.
You can get the font with a huge discount of 85% off that’s mean $35 for 18 fonts. If you have followed Rene for some time you will know that this kind of offer never repeats, the normal price of this professional font is $250. 
This introductory discount finish today: http://myfonts.us/Uzu5iV
betype:

Choplin by Rene Bieder (85% off only today).
Rene Bieder did it again, his wonderful taste in shaping typefaces delight us again with this release of Choplin, a geometric Slab Serif font, base on Campton. Rene describes his own font in this way:

Choplin is a modern and clear geometric slab serif with a sturdy heart. It was designed based on the Campton Family, with the same principles in mind: geometry, simplicity and neutrality. As a consequence, Choplin could be seen as an immediate companion to the Campton Family. However, during the process lots of details were changed in order to sharpen the slab serif character which resulted in a slightly different interpretation.

Similar to Campton, it is perfectly suited for graphic design applications ranging from editorial, corporate, web, interaction to product design. In addition, it has an extended range of alternative glyphs, ligatures and opentype features which provide flexibility and uniqueness wherever it is placed.
You can get the font with a huge discount of 85% off that’s mean $35 for 18 fonts. If you have followed Rene for some time you will know that this kind of offer never repeats, the normal price of this professional font is $250. 
This introductory discount finish today: http://myfonts.us/Uzu5iV
betype:

Choplin by Rene Bieder (85% off only today).
Rene Bieder did it again, his wonderful taste in shaping typefaces delight us again with this release of Choplin, a geometric Slab Serif font, base on Campton. Rene describes his own font in this way:

Choplin is a modern and clear geometric slab serif with a sturdy heart. It was designed based on the Campton Family, with the same principles in mind: geometry, simplicity and neutrality. As a consequence, Choplin could be seen as an immediate companion to the Campton Family. However, during the process lots of details were changed in order to sharpen the slab serif character which resulted in a slightly different interpretation.

Similar to Campton, it is perfectly suited for graphic design applications ranging from editorial, corporate, web, interaction to product design. In addition, it has an extended range of alternative glyphs, ligatures and opentype features which provide flexibility and uniqueness wherever it is placed.
You can get the font with a huge discount of 85% off that’s mean $35 for 18 fonts. If you have followed Rene for some time you will know that this kind of offer never repeats, the normal price of this professional font is $250. 
This introductory discount finish today: http://myfonts.us/Uzu5iV
betype:

Choplin by Rene Bieder (85% off only today).
Rene Bieder did it again, his wonderful taste in shaping typefaces delight us again with this release of Choplin, a geometric Slab Serif font, base on Campton. Rene describes his own font in this way:

Choplin is a modern and clear geometric slab serif with a sturdy heart. It was designed based on the Campton Family, with the same principles in mind: geometry, simplicity and neutrality. As a consequence, Choplin could be seen as an immediate companion to the Campton Family. However, during the process lots of details were changed in order to sharpen the slab serif character which resulted in a slightly different interpretation.

Similar to Campton, it is perfectly suited for graphic design applications ranging from editorial, corporate, web, interaction to product design. In addition, it has an extended range of alternative glyphs, ligatures and opentype features which provide flexibility and uniqueness wherever it is placed.
You can get the font with a huge discount of 85% off that’s mean $35 for 18 fonts. If you have followed Rene for some time you will know that this kind of offer never repeats, the normal price of this professional font is $250. 
This introductory discount finish today: http://myfonts.us/Uzu5iV
betype:

Choplin by Rene Bieder (85% off only today).
Rene Bieder did it again, his wonderful taste in shaping typefaces delight us again with this release of Choplin, a geometric Slab Serif font, base on Campton. Rene describes his own font in this way:

Choplin is a modern and clear geometric slab serif with a sturdy heart. It was designed based on the Campton Family, with the same principles in mind: geometry, simplicity and neutrality. As a consequence, Choplin could be seen as an immediate companion to the Campton Family. However, during the process lots of details were changed in order to sharpen the slab serif character which resulted in a slightly different interpretation.

Similar to Campton, it is perfectly suited for graphic design applications ranging from editorial, corporate, web, interaction to product design. In addition, it has an extended range of alternative glyphs, ligatures and opentype features which provide flexibility and uniqueness wherever it is placed.
You can get the font with a huge discount of 85% off that’s mean $35 for 18 fonts. If you have followed Rene for some time you will know that this kind of offer never repeats, the normal price of this professional font is $250. 
This introductory discount finish today: http://myfonts.us/Uzu5iV
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visualreverence:

Cedric Seaut's Little Box - Page 64
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visualreverence:

Cedric Seaut's Little Box - Page 64
[via]
visualreverence:

Cedric Seaut's Little Box - Page 64
[via]
visualreverence:

Cedric Seaut's Little Box - Page 64
[via]
visualreverence:

Cedric Seaut's Little Box - Page 64
[via]
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sickpage:

Tiene Carlierour body fits perfectly, 2013
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projectzoo:

stone 2 / toogood
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nevver:

Yang Maoyuan
nevver:

Yang Maoyuan
nevver:

Yang Maoyuan
nevver:

Yang Maoyuan
nevver:

Yang Maoyuan
nevver:

Yang Maoyuan
nevver:

Yang Maoyuan
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touchdisky:

Cloud Collection 
Rüdiger Nehmzow
touchdisky:

Cloud Collection 
Rüdiger Nehmzow
touchdisky:

Cloud Collection 
Rüdiger Nehmzow
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