I was reminded of this webcomic while at work yesterday: http://www.wastedtalent.ca/comic/data-pr0n
Taking data while the values flicker around is a pain since you have to internally average the values but it almost makes it worth it when your data looks so smooth.
I remember how in one physics lab a professor commented that real world data should always be smooth.
He was right, but he forgot to mention that the curves should be beautiful as well.
This was on a wall of the ferry we rode.
Apparently this and one other girl are the mascots of the ferry system.
Anime culture, born in Japan, seems to have gotten everywhere.
Iwl could understand if it was in Akihabara but was surprised to see something like this a public transit system.
Though now that I think back, there were anime designs on some of the buses and the posted for a local (Shikoku wide) festival (awaodori) were done as a collaboration by well known anime artists…
Maybe Tokushima is a sort of Akihabara of Shikoku?
I’ll have to look into that later.