David Curtis, principal designer at dc_us and founder of NCI-Des, discusses some implications of robotic space exploration.
dc_us has begun design modeling of a second wind catcher prototype.
On accretion and decay, a monologue w/ slides first performed by David Curtis at the Arts Factory in Las Vegas, Nevada preface: The surface of many photographic prints is reflective, as is the glass which faces framed prints, so the viewer sees her reflection in the framed image. This condition persists and yet is mostlyContinue reading “1 April 1998”
First prototype for a windcatcher that captures the prevailing ocean breeze and naturally vents the interior of a room during warm days. An interior partition divides the cool incoming air flow from the warmer exiting air flow.
We get quarterly reports from this investment advisor. I notice the cliffs happen to coincide with significant life events. Immediately after some of the most important events in my life, big cliffs happen. The cliffs happen on average at 12 year intervals. One indication a cliff is imminent: In architecture we start seeing projects beingContinue reading “Cliffs Happen”
If you come back If you live again I hope your next existence has more dignity the three of you I want the Universe to provide another chance for you Than floating in that urine in this rest stop during a pandemic © David Curtis 2020
Update: We are tracking a drone that is nearing our test facility. If it enters our airspace we reserve the right to initiate an unscheduled test of our anti-drone system. dc
a poem by David Curtis #InternationalPoetryCircle
dc_us will be conducting a test of a non-lethal drone intercept technology in private airspace later this month. The test will be recorded for later broadcast. This test will not involve the use of any lasers. dc