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This is cool. I've been keeping a sleep-diary since June last year, taking note of the times I go to sleep and wake up and putting them into a graph using some spreadsheet software - sadly I lost a few week of data a few days ago :-(

When I first got into 3D printing, I considered converting the info into a 3D print somehow after I had collected a year of data... I think I still will now, despite the missing data. A little solid chunk of my sleep/wake pattern. I could hang it on my wall.
#1 CharGyse (Homepage) on 2012-04-18 00:56 (Reply)
This is so cool joshua! I understand 3D is very difficult to construct? You must be very intellectual! Of corse I can understand that knowing you are a architect! I have never been good with math or anything, but I know of an artist that does amazing 3D Mandalas! They really play tricks with your eyes I think. I do paint studies using color theory, which I can sometimes see as 3D, but I don't do it intentionally! You are becoming very progressive Joshua, what next? I find dream and sleep patterns very interesting and I know a Russian sculptor who combines glass elements to demonstrate the different states of sleep in 3D. It is also incredibly interesting!~ So, Joshua, Do I send you a friend request on facebook to become friends? I'll try it!! Best of luck to you. Keep making your art! With Loving Kindness, Denise Sanders
P.S. Thank you for your information very much!!!
#1.1 Denise Sanders on 2012-04-18 02:01 (Reply)
@ CharGyse- cool idea!
@ Denise- not my work...this is the work of Johannes Tsopanides. I simply blogged about it here.
#2 Joshua Harker (Homepage) on 2012-04-18 02:12 (Reply)

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