Catching the partial solar eclipse on A Mountain (Taken with instagram)
Roger Waters Live. (Taken with instagram)
At Dave’s Electric Brewery (Taken with instagram)
Tempe Rains (Taken with instagram)
Simple and profound!
Also, this video.
Whats the current status of topics related to Knowledge transfer from a computer vision perspective? On blind robots, an extension of what we know to be neural plasticity to robots and machines in general. Now that would be interesting.
So I have been watching a lot of movies which don’t really make to the news as much as you would expect. (Update: So I ended up watching the famous ones as well!) I usually google for theme-related movies (like: Action, Romance, Super-Hero etc.) and then watch them. I also use Jinni - The Movie Recommendation Engine to get some of my movie suggestions.I also just got my Netflix account, so there’s unlimited (well, almost that many) movies there and the suggestions are pretty neat too!
Because I am not one who watches tons of movies, I thought I’ll make a list of the ones I’ve watched and if possible, review them.So here goes:
- Rabbit Hole- on IMDB
I watched this one mainly because I was in the mood for some really really depressing shit. This did not live up to my expectation (at that point of time) though I think it is a pretty well done movie. It is a Sentimental drama about the lives of a couple (Nicole Kidman and Aaron Eckhart) who just recently lost their 5 year old daughter in some freak accident. The movie begins six months past the incident when the two are still coping with their loss and trying to move on. It was interesting to see how the chemistry between the couple changes with the loss of their child. The ending was also kind of lose and sad, which is good because you wouldn’t want to watch this movie unless you were in some crazy mood like me :).
- The Boys are Back on IMDB
- The Weight of Water on IMDB
- Dhobi Ghat on IMDB
- Peepli Live on IMDB
- Kick-Ass on IMDB
- About a Boy on IMDB
- How to Train Your Dragon on IMDB