MemorySticks / USB-tree

Arnoud van den Heuvel
November 24th 2007

memorysticks

Now here's a nice piece of dead old nature I would like to stick in my computer! Notice the beautiful micro-organism-patterns.

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Posted 25/11/2007 – 05:32

The reason why I didn't mention this "gadget" together with the https://nextnature.net/?p=1705–post yesterday, is that there is no biomimicking involved here. The Universal Serial Bus–device was called after the wooden stick because... well probably the inventors couldn't think of a better metaphor. (They could have called it a USB–plug or USB–finger if you will...) And now the http://www.oooms.nl/ boomeranged the metaphor right back to that device by using the original material. We can all see that "the joke" is a bit childish, but does it matter when it results in these nice, ridiculous pieces of art?

inlogic
Posted 25/11/2007 – 04:47

My mistake, didn't noticed this has been talked about in a previous post (-:

inlogic
Posted 25/11/2007 – 04:39

Not entirely related, but still interesting on the subject of how we interpret/interact with nature:
http://www.thirstylight.com/

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