Heather Barnett:
Ciò che l'uomo può imparare da una melma semi-intelligente

TEDSalon Berlin 2014 · 12:11 · Filmed Jun 2014
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Ispirata dal design biologico e dai sistemi che si auto-organizzano, l'artista Heather Barnett crea con il Physarum polycephalumm, un organismo eucariota che vive in zone fredde e umide. Cosa può imparare la gente da una muffa melmosa semi-intelligente? Guarda questo video per scoprirlo.

Heather Barnett creates art with slime mold — a material used in diverse areas of scientific research, including biological computing, robotics and structural design. Full bio
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