Alarm Clocks Are So Redundant…. It’s time to move on and discard phone alarms and clocks! This is the new age people; we need cooler and hipper gear like this Alarm Pillow! It gently vibrates at the given hour, to wake you up with a buzz. And if you don’t get out of the bed, your head-weight acts as the snooze trigger.
Dubstep is already a style of music that tremors through your entire body so I can’t imagine how it would feel to literally create the electronic music with your movements. The V Motion Project could be the future of music. The visual instrument was collectively created by musicians, dancers, programmers, designers and animators from Assembly, a company of aesthetic thinkers. The program uses XBox Kinect to capture movement and translate it into music.
Oct 1 2011 Nick Kaloterakis, is an extremely talented Sydney based illustrator and CG designer. His stunning futuristic concept creations are often featured in Popular Science Magazine.
Crash Space is located in a house so unassuming that you probably wouldn't notice it unless there were motion-triggered noisemakers that went off as you walk by, which there sometimes are. Officially it's a member-supported workspace, but in reality it's every kid's fantasy: a clubhouse where you can shoot off lasers and build rockets and take apart neat-looking electronics. Sean Bonner , one of the co-founders of Crash Space (along with Carlyn Maw and Tod Kurt, who also appear in the video), wanted to create a communal environment where people who might otherwise be tinkering at home in their garages could come together and share ideas.
One fateful day in the late '80s, during the golden age of talk shows, a man wearing a great t-shirt and an even greater haircut spent two minutes and 35 seconds performing an act involving whistling, facial expressions, and a Hoagy Carmichael song. Like a viral Holy Grail, it sat dormant for years, waiting to be discovered.