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Visualized: life's most basic patterns displayed as color-coded charts

Darren Murph
March 23, 2011
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You wake. You eat. You work. You read a few articles on Engadget. You sleep. You attempt to repeat. Life's not always quite so simple, but the mesmerizing image shown above does a great job of showcasing the patterns that seem to keep us all on track. This particular piece is entitled Sleep Patterns, crafted by one Laurie Frick, and was created by converting EEG traces into watercolor. There's plenty more where this came from in the source link below, but we'd caution you not to fall into some sort of eternal loop of checking back daily -- unless, of course, you're looking to disrupt your own patterns for the sake of art.

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