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N 520437 E 041900 [the hague city hall] Augmented sculpture series. Variations on Pi - making-of. ALFREDO MORTE. Actualizado el día 16 de diciembre de 2013: MUESTRA 15.11 (14.12).2013 LOS MAQUINISTAS (The Machinists) Exposición colectiva 100% mecánica de artistas internacionales que han hecho del mecanismo su lenguaje artístico. Hasta el día 14 de diciembre en c arte c Avd. Juan de Herrera nº2. _ presentaré las obras inéditas en España: rtJ1 (D.s.v.Z.) rtH8 (auto-satisfacción) y la recién creada rtH15 (LAS REVOLUCIONES EN VACÍO) MUESTRA 20.09.2013 Raum und Identität (Espacio e Identidad) Exposición organizada en el pasaje comercial en deshuso situado en Calle Fuencarral 77 y comisariada por Almudena Mora y Max Meyer con el apoyo de la Embajada de Alemenia en España. hasta el día 20.10.2013 participaré con la obra rth14 faro. _ desde el 4 de Julio el amp001 funcionará como un susurrador dentro de la sección 'The Whisperers' comisariada por Gawel Kownacki (F.A.I.T) MUESTRA 09.02.2013 rtH13, una obra circunsatacial en el escaparate de la tetería Bomec, dentro de la muestra franqueados 2013.

Maria Castellanos// Projects// Electric stimulus to face -test4 ( Daito Manabe 's friends ) Alicia Eggert. The Next Black - A film about the Future of Clothing. "Penguins Mirror" (2015) by Daniel Rozin. Nils Völker.

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One Hundred and Eight – Interactive Installation. Sincronica III by OPN Studio. Alistair McClymont - The Limitations of Logic and the Absence of Absolute Certainty. Ariel Schlesinger at Frieze NYC. STRANDBEEST. Guillem bayo. Main : www.juanchoarregui.com. Manuel Casellas. Miguel CHEVALIER Magic Carpets 2014, Castel Del Monte, Italy (short version)

Quadratura. Showreel 2014. Threaded Interface (2012) Chris Harrison | Welcome. Poetry on the Road 2010. Hydro-Acoustic Study [sketch Part I] Paul Prudence. NanoKEY experiments. Quayola. Strata #3 - Excerpt. George Legrady [Interactive | Algorithmic] Visualization Research. Dunne & Raby. One day, in the future, robots will do everything for us. It's a dream that refuses to go away. Over the coming years, robots are destined to play a significant part in our daily lives -- not as super smart, functional machines, nor as pseudo life forms, but as technological cohabitants. But how will we interact with them? What new interdependencies and relationships might emerge in relation to different levels of robot intelligence and capability? Robot 1: This one is very independent. Robot 2: In the future products/robots might not be designed for specific tasks or jobs. Robot 3: More and more of our data, even our most personal and secret information, will be stored on digital databases.

Robot 4: This one is very needy. Curated/Commissioned by Jan Bolen z33Video: Noam ToranRobot Sound Design: ScannerComputer Modelling: Graeme FindlayThanks to: Per Tingleff, Ben Legg, James Auger, Simon Denzel, Bahbak Hashemi-Nehzad, Wakana and Mo. Portfolio | Sabine Pieper. Les Miitonnées. Miit Studio. The Whirlpool® Interactive Kitchen of the Future 2.0 at CES 2015.

Stay Closer To Your Pets With Petcube. NIKE+ FUELBAND - THE INSIDE STORY. Osmo in Schools. Leap Motion Intro - Featuring v2 Software. Leap Motion Intro - Featuring v2 Software. Introducing Amazon Echo. Sense: Know More. Sleep Better. by Hello. We created Sense to be simple, uncomplicated and useful. Sense is the first system that combines the insight of your sleep patterns with the data of the environment in your bedroom, including noise, light, temperature, humidity and particles in the air. With Sense's Smart Alarm, it can even wake you up in the morning at the right point in your sleep cycle, to avoid that groggy feeling we all hate so much. All easily available via our iPhone and Android applications. Technology has enriched our lives in many ways. But it has its downside, and sleep is one of its biggest victims. Sense uses technology so we can take back our sleep.

Without imposing itself. Everything with Sense is designed to fade away and work in the background, letting you just sleep. Sense system includes: The app tells you how well you slept, or didn't, by giving you a unique Sleep Score each night. You can begin to correlate interruptions in your sleep to external conditions and disturbances. Sleep Pill Have a partner? Portafolio- Nico Contreras Diseñador Senior Backstage Studio by Nicolas David. The Urbaneering Companys. Skrekkøgle ∆∆∆∆∆∆∆∆∆∆ Heeeellloo, we are Skrekkøgle. Scroll please. "Plugg" is a prototype DAB radio, investigating physical and metaphorical interaction with electronic devices. A cork fits nicely into the hole where the radio's speaker sits beneath. By pushing the cork into this hole, the radio turns off... ...and by removing it, the radio turns itself on again.

Watch this clip to see it in action! Several techniques were used in order to make the prototype work - among them 3d printing, laser cutting and hacking electronics. The hardest part was really to make the on/off mechanism work - protip; don't combine magnetic switches with speakers (ran into this quite late in the process *x* ) The radio is just one example of this type of physical interaction, which we are compelled to continue working with. With our (first) 3d printer we made an open-source-hardware-hack-kindle-back-cover. We illustrated this with 4 different covers; the first is based on this tweet...

Mmmm, big buttons. Watch video NOW NOW NOW! OK! Recent stories. Blog. Child Abuse Prevention Ad Delivers Secret Message Only Kids Can See. Email According to Compassion International, an estimated 300 million children worldwide are subjected to violence, exploitation and abuse each year. 40 million of these children are under the age of 15. More often than not, abused kids have absolutely no one to turn to and no one to confide in about the abuse they’re experiencing. When children do speak up about suffering abuse, they’re often met with doubt and disbelief and may receive little help. Aid to Children and Adolescents at Risk (ANAR) Foundation in Spain is aiming to help change these horrific statistics with an innovative ad campaign which speaks directly to children in at-risk situations.

ANAR’s solution is a technologically advanced ad that features a secret message only kids can see. The (ANAR) Foundation‘s message is delivered to a viewer based on his or her height. . + Fundacion ANAR Images & Video © Fundacion ANAR. 4 | This Fun Tool Teaches Kids To Program With Pictures. Do you ever feel pressured to know how to code? With so much buzz surrounding DIY programming courses like Codecademy, Treehouse, and Code School, it’s easy to forget that the best way to learn something is to frame it as, y’know, fun. Isla, a new toy programming language from Mary Rose Cook, feels about as intimidating as a bag of Duplo blocks, and makes "coding" feel as visual and consequence-free as playing with a Lite-Brite. Isla isn’t going to wow any venture capitalists or get Michael Bloomberg bragging on Twitter. It’s not a course; there’s no "goal," no way to pass or fail.

What’s brilliant about Isla is that its toylike simplicity--natural language, simple shapes, clear instructions, instant feedback--co-exists with a spartan respect for the realities of grown-up coding. What’s more, as you follow Isla’s intentionally rote instructions, you’ll naturally start to wonder how to push its boundaries. [Play with Isla here] 6 | This Futuristic Pool Cleans New York's Polluted Water, Then You Swim In It. As you approach the edge of the trendy, industrial Brooklyn neighborhood of East Williamsburg, you can smell what divides it from Queens: sewage. That plus oil and other industrial contaminants make the three and a half miles of the Newtown Creek one of the most polluted watersheds in New York. But architect Rahul Shah has a solution: Build a swimming pool. The Exorcise Pool--proposed as Shah’s master’s thesis at Parsons The New School For Design--wouldn’t use water directly from the Newtown Creek, but its water supply would be the same, and its purpose is both to mitigate and reveal the woeful state of local water pollution.

“It makes people feel uneasy knowing what the condition of the water you might be consuming once was,” Shah says. “I want to instigate that.” Right now, storm water combines with sewage in a pipe-overloading combination that sends over a billion gallons of wastewater into the creek each year. Kickstarter. Awesome Illustrations by Nacho Diaz. Some beautiful and creative illustrations by talented artist Nacho Diaz ↑ Back to top. This $9 Cardboard Bike Can Support Riders Up To 485lbs. Izhar Gafni has designed award winning industrial machines for peeling pomegranates and sewing shoes. He’s also a bike enthusiast who’s designed a lot of carbon fiber rigs. But one day, he’d heard about someone who’d built a cardboard canoe. The idea drilled its way into his consciousness, and ultimately, led him to create a cardboard bike called the Alfa.

The Alfa weighs 20lbs, yet supports riders up to 24 times its weight. But as the above video documents, the design process was arduous. The development to what you see today took three years. At the moment, Gafni is working with a company to raise the funds to finalize manufacturing processes for his adult and child bikes and then actually put them into production. Bikes are amongst the most efficient transportation systems in the planet, converting up to 99% of a person’s power into mobility that’s up to five times faster than walking.

[Hat tip: Design Taxi] The Futuristic Food Packaging You Can Eat, Even After Washing It. Remember David Edwards, the Harvard professor behind smokable chocolate and inhalable coffee? When we last wrote about Edwards, in March, he was introducing Wahh, a Philippe Starck-designed canister that delivers puffs of vaporized alcohol. Since then, Edwards’s team has been back in the kitchen, working with designer François Azambourg to develop the WikiCell, a product that has implications for the food industry that move well beyond novelty. A great PRI report from earlier this week introduces us to the WikiCell, an edible packaging that attempts to reduce the massive amount of packaging used to sell food. "Think about the skin of a grape and how it protects the grape itself," explains Edwards on WikiCell’s website. "This is how a WikiCell works. This soft skin may be comprised primarily of small particles of chocolate, dried fruit, nuts, seeds, or many other natural substances with delicious taste and often useful nutrients.

A WikiCell (alternate name: Occupy Food?) [H/t PRI] Puzzle Queen. Lamp - octopus! | Design,future technology. The designer Marcus Johansson came up with projects lamps take the form of sea creatures. He explored many materials and techniques in developing and finally used for ‘cirrata’. In the pieces, the heat-formable corian is molded on wooden bases to attain its unusual shape. This is a very attractive when the lamp is reminiscent of the similarity with the inhabitants of the ocean . Sometimes still, sometimes alive, all depending on occasion and company. the character is ‘cirrata’, a glowing lamp in the darkness of the ocean.

Future design Lamp – octopus Cubik-Rubik floor lamp! Phones of the future Technology devices Future camera concept, future design, Lamp - octopus. Portafolio | vinilolab - mapping - 3d - tv. For When Earth's on Mute | Design,future technology. You know it happens sometimes. Someone gets a remote like in those sci-fi movies or Adam Sandler walks by and boom, you can’t hear a thing! It’s crap! So what do you do? You get ahold of Dan Carrillo. The glasses are where half of the magic happens. Then the keyboard: it’s like one of those click-bracelets that were hot fashion for kids in the 1990’s. I wish it also had sensors so I could target enemies and one extra accessory missile launcher that I could mount to the back of a truck. Designer: Dan Carrillo Phones of the future Technology devices Future camera glasses. Arquitectura y diseño aplicados a educación. BY BIEGERT & FUNK. Marquez industrial design.

Simple Garden - Cool Hunting. Design Milk: Design Blog with Interior Design, Modern Furniture, & Art. Mr L'Agent / News. Mr L'Agent. Fred & Friends » Home. Design & Art - Official Store. Ben O'Brien's Portfolio. A brief portfolio to summarise my illustration work to potential clients.Advertising, Digital Art, Illustration2012 Quirky characters and landscape illustrations for Candy Land packagingCharacter Design, Illustration, Packaging2014 Sneaker-inspired art prints and mini-zine!

A collection of my 'Twisted Fifties' style artworkAdvertising, Digital Art, Illustration2013. It's All In Your Head. Berlin’s Magma Architecture won several awards for its entry in the JETZT | NOW series of temporary installations at the Berlinische Galerie, Museum for Contemporary Art, Photography and Architecture. Magma’s installation, 11th in the series, was called fittingly “head-in | im kopf” and its concept is based on exploring the properties of materials, form, color and light. The main feature of the installation is an alarmingly orange flexible fabric (polyamide-elastan mix) stretched between the walls, ceiling and floor. The fabric is the most visible part of the exhibit, yet it is also the tool with which the viewers can focus on smaller details. Visitors bend down under the fabric into which openings were cut. Through these holes, visitors pop their heads up into the orange space to view drawings, models and photographs suspended from wires.

Magma was established in 2003 by Martin Ostermann and Lena Kleinheinz. 69 Sexy Portfolio Designs To Inspire You. Marvan Helberger - Arte Post Industrial. Mark Ryden. Ray Caesar - Home Page. Kulula.com Planes | Kadabra. Marcel Wanders | product design & interior design. Dino Valls.