News & Ideas
With the Zika virus sweeping the globe and overwhelming the media's attention, Cognition wanted to add to the conversation by creating a shareable visualization that would coalesce the known facts about the outbreak and take a deeper look into the virus itself.
From food to shoes to ears, 3D printing is taking some big leaps forward for advancing the application of innovative ideas for human medical problems. 3D printing is not a new technology, it has been used in the manufacturing industry since the early 1980's to craft working prototypes—enter 2014, the advent of affordability meets scalability equaling accessibility.
Cognition Studio was fortunate to have a solo show entitled code *assemblages of knowledge transfer at the Esvelt Gallery in Pasco, WA from November 5 to December 6, 2012.
When the May/June 2012 issue of Scientific American MindTM reached our office, a smiling man with puppet-like features inquired "Who's in Control?" This captivating image by Aaron Goodman compelled me to turn to page 22 and begin reading "Finding Free Will", the cover story by Dr. Christof Koch.