Greek artist Petros Vrellis is challenging the notion that art and computer science are incompatible. With master’s degrees in both Electrical Engineering and Art Sciences, Vrellis combines these two passions to create what he calls “Algorithmic Art.”
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Exploring Darvaza Gas Crater: The ‘Door to Hell’ in Turkmenistan
More than half a century ago, an audacious Soviet gas-drilling venture in Turkmenistan led to an incredible geological phenomenon: The Darvaza Gas Crater, commonly referred to as the “Door to Hell.” This eerie wonder is a sight to behold, leaving visitors spellbound and enamored by its fiery beauty.
Fly Geyser: Nevada’s Accidental Manmade Wonder
When most people think of the Nevada desert, they think of an arid expanse without a drop of water in sight. What they don’t realize, though, is that the desert is home to multiple six-foot-tall geysers that spit boiling water five-plus feet in the air. Known as the Fly Geyser, this manufactured collection of geysers is a must-see for anyone visiting the desert.