## The New MIT Museum

Some impressions from the new MIT museum. We had actually hoped to do the high-speed, multiple exposure imaging of water droplets and balloon popping to investigate fluid dynamics — something … Continue reading The New MIT Museum

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# Category: Architecture

## The New MIT Museum

## Pretzel Mania 2022 🥨

## Our First Month in the US

## Just Playing

## Simon’s Magnum Opus

## A quick experiment to prove that a catenary is not a parabola

## Further plans about the NAND to Tetris project

## Discovering a different kind of architecture in Amsterdam

Some impressions from the new MIT museum. We had actually hoped to do the high-speed, multiple exposure imaging of water droplets and balloon popping to investigate fluid dynamics — something … Continue reading The New MIT Museum

We had so much fun at Simon’s first official cubing competition in Pennsylvania over the weekend! It was a treat in itself to finally attend an event where children are … Continue reading Pretzel Mania 2022 🥨

It has been exactly a month since our first day in Boston. Our heads and my phone are about to burst from the sheer number of impressions and stimuli we … Continue reading Our First Month in the US

Over the past several months Simon has spent many hours per day 100%-ing Baba Is You and studying Baba Is You related content. He also just enjoyed creating his own … Continue reading Just Playing

At the beginning of each year, I make a very long, ridiculous video (which I like to call a “magnum opus”). Last year it was the 2048 cookies project. This … Continue reading Simon’s Magnum Opus

I sampled 9 points on this curve. The x coordinates have constant increments (equally spaced horizontal coordinates). I then measured the y coordinates — that’s what the numbers at the … Continue reading A quick experiment to prove that a catenary is not a parabola

One thing I don’t like about From NAND to Tetris is that they don’t explain sequential logic, like at all. They basically say: “Here’s a D flip-flop, don’t worry about … Continue reading Further plans about the NAND to Tetris project

Possibly influenced by our newly found love for the Antwerp harbor, we have developed more appreciation for the eclectic atmosphere around Amsterdam’s Silodam and Westerdokseiland.