[WEIRD APP] Based from the album "The King of Limbs", PolyFauna uses the sounds and imagery of the track Bloom. You can immerse in this abstract world and explore its different corners by tilting and turning your device. Numerous digital creatures are floating around and you can even create your own by drawing on the screen.
[WEIRD APP] The title of this Android game stands for " Send Me To Heaven". You are actually not the one going up there, but your phone is.
What more natural for the new king of casual gaming to actually be named "King"? With "Candy Crush Saga", his highness reigns over 16 million dedicated players logging onto their smartphone or Facebook everyday. We wanted to go back on the tactics which allowed the conquest of the throne with the most loyal strategists of her majesty: Lord Stephane Kurgan, General Director of Operations and Lord Alex Dale Marketing Director at King.
[ROBOT UPRISING] Build your own humanoid robot with your 3D printer! Gael Langevin is creating a 3D-printed robot whose plans are open source and can be downloaded on Thingiverse.
[WEIRD APP] Wrinkles, red cheeks, weight gain, the Drinking Mirror App makes all of the long-lasting effects of drinking visible.
[GAME-INSPIRED] nstead of buying one of the many controllers available for smartphones, Chad Boughton invented his own gamepad to play Nintendo emulators on his phone. Since he wanted to go back to the original Nintendo experience, he chose to use a 1989 Game Boy.
[INDIE GAME] What looks like a cemetery of Tetris pieces is in fact a clever game that will put your brain at work. Each one of the blocks have a twin brother.
[MUST-HAVE] The smallest TV console ever created! This HDMI stick is so tiny that it can fit inside its own controller. Just plug the GameStick into your TV and start playing.
[CONCEPT] There is a huge gap between humans and the rest of the animals as to how to mark its territory. Andrew Quitmeyer's project aims at reconnecting the digital and the physical world with a simple tool: urine.
[WEIRD APP] Ever thought you might be color blind? No need to go to your eye specialist, find out now with this iPhone and Android app.
[GAME-INSPIRED] After last week's Alt-Minds, the alternate reality game produced by Orange, here is another foray into the genre, this time by Google.
[WEIRD APP] idoo is a workout app that uses the sensors of your phone to correct your movements and make sure you reach your goal at the end of each session.
[WEIRD APP] The name of this Android app stands for CRash Detection And Response. A pretentious title, but this app could indeed save your life. CRADAR constantly monitors your phone's accelerator for any sudden change of altitude.
[CONCEPT] The Urbasee tool offers a new way of presenting architectural projects. Using augmented reality, one can visualize a building in 3D on his tablet or smartphone (iOS & Android) through a special app.
[MUST-HAVE] Never run out of battery while biking! The Ecoxpower is a bike dynamo that charges your smartphone or GPS on the go.
[MUST-HAVE] Your DualShock 3 and your Android phone finally united, for an even greater gaming experience.
[WATCH&LISTEN] "The Bravest Man In The Universe" is an interactive journey through space only for Android and iOS users.
[INDIE GAME] Powered by Android, everything in the console has been thought so developers can easily create games for OUYA.
[MUST-HAVE] Stick it on your touchscreen, and start playing!
[WEIRD APP] The title speaks for itself: milk the four teats you see on your screen