More ideas from Jan
JACKSON McCONNELL Ripple - A Speaker for the Hearing Impaired - What would a speaker for the hearing impaired look like? This project explores how sound can be interpreted through touch and sight, rather than through audition. The object emits multi-toned vibrations, while the fluctuating needles manifest sound waves.

♂ Product design - An innovative way to feel music. Designer Jackson McConnell created a waveform speaker for hearing-impaired people to enjoy music.<<not only is this cool for deaf people but it'd make a really cool speaker!

Carvings from the sanctuary of Yazılıkaya (Turkish - Inscribed rock) nearby the ancient city of Hattusha. These carvings apparently represent the Hittite Gods of the underworld The site was used from the 15th Century BC though most carvings are from the 13th Century BC.

Carvings from the sanctuary of Yazılıkaya (Turkish - Inscribed rock) nearby the ancient city of Hattusha. These carvings apparently represent the Hittite Gods of the underworld.

Yazilikaya ruin near Hattusas ruins, Turkey. This place is an uncovered Hittite temple in the big rock clefts named Yazilikaya, 1300 BC. Hattusas was the capital of the Hittite Empire in the east of central Anatolia near Çorum city and over 4.000 years old. Twelve Hittite gods posed in the open air temple.

Yazilikaya ruin near Hattusas ruins, an uncovered Hittite temple in the big rock clefts named Yazilikaya, 1300 BC. Twelve Hittite gods posed in the open air temple.

Yazilikaya Temple. Turkey Situated among low rolling hills, 170 kilometers east of Ankara and adjacent to the small town of Bogazkale, stands the ancient Hittite sanctuary of Yazilikaya.

Turkey Situated among low rolling hills, 170 kilometers east of Ankara and adjacent to the small town of Bogazkale, stands the ancient Hittite sanctuary of Yazilikaya.

Gobekli Tepe in Turkey. Could be the first human-built holy place. Consists of massive carved stones about 11,000 years old, crafted and arranged by prehistoric people who had not yet developed metal tools or even pottery. The megaliths predate Stonehenge by some 6,000 years. Some are blank, while others are elaborately carved: foxes, lions, scorpions and vultures.

Predating Stonehenge by years, Turkey’s stunning Gobekli Tepe upends the conventional view of the rise of civilization. It's up north in the Levant just below Turkey's mountains. Where were the makers of this site from?

Carving from the sanctuary of Yazılıkaya (Turkish - Inscribed rock) nearby the ancient city of Hattusha. This carving shows the god Sharrumma escorting one of the Hittite kings possibly after his death. The site was used from the 15th Century BC though most carvings are from the 13th Century BC. The site was declared a UNESCO world heritage site in 1986. .....archaeology & prehistoric

ytellioglu: “ Carving from the sanctuary of Yazılıkaya (Turkish - Inscribed rock) nearby the ancient city of Hattusha. This carving shows the god Sharrumma escorting one of the Hittite kings possibly.