Love Project from Brazil uses today's technology to give tangible form to human thought and emotion
Using sensors that record heartbeats, voices and brainwaves, the Love Project turns love into unique tangible mandalas. The project is a collaboration between the studio of Guto Requena and digital production company D3.
Enhanced connectivity, more robots, and fair access—what Internet users want most from the Web may already be on its way
Funded by the National Cable and Telecommunications Association (NCTA), Onward Internet recently polled internet users online and in person to round up their ideas for what the internet of the future—specifically, their Dream Internet—would look like.
Do The Green Thing teamed up with WWF-UK for a series of images promoting sustainable use
Environmental charity Do The Green Thing launched its latest campaign with WWF-UK: the Everyday Things collection. A series of images have been created by artists and designers to promote sustainable use in honor of Earth Hour on March 28. These images feature objects made from reused materials in the hope of inspiring people to live more sustainably.
BBC 2's The Culture Show discusses one of the world's most popular toys that has inspired architects around the world to build bigger and bolder
LEGOs are a toy enjoyed by children and adults around the world, inspiring imagination, creative learning, and family fun. These bricks have recently enjoyed fame for their award-nominated movie, so it’s no wonder that the BBC made a short documentary on the subject, entitled “LEGO – The Building Blocks of Architecture.”
Gudog schedules pet sitters straight from your phone
Even if your dog is a well-behaved pup (and of course he or she is), traveling with your furry friend can be a hassle. Transportation is expensive and stressful for your pet, and not all restaurants, hotels, and attractions are accommodating of animals. Surely there must be a way to put your pup in good hands while you’re away.
Join Tactivate founder and PSFK 2015 presenter in his workshop to confront the rigors of establishing and maintaining communities
Why are community and culture the ultimate currencies? How can you genuinely craft and curate the internal work culture and customer community while remaining authentic? In Jesse Levin’s workshop on Saturday, April 16, you will get the chance to explore these questions and gain insight from lessons learned from building rapid capacity in international disaster zones to creating Active Collaborative Workspaces.
The world's largest 'trick art' museum welcomes flash photography with open arms
Many museums around the world have had a problem with visitors taking constant selfies and snapshots, but one interactive exhibit has decided to embrace this trend. Art in Island, located in a former bus station in Manila, has decided to use this impulse as a way for visitors to engage with reproductions of over 200 paintings old and new, many of which are displayed in 3D through tricks of perspective.
You can now take control of a line of jets with Granary Squirt app version of the classic game
People can now take control of the fountains at Granary Square in London with a new smartphone app. It enables them to play the classic game Snake in the large open space at King’s Cross. Developed by The Fountain Workshop, a team of dedicated designers, artists and engineers, ‘Granary Squirt‘ allows anyone with a smartphone to control and play with the fountains.