[CONCEPT] Made of 60 hexagonal panels, Hexi is a responsive wall that reacts to the movements of nearby persons.
[CONCEPT] Tx.to gives a second life to your text messages. Safely store them online, explore their content and print your conversations on rolls of paper to relive your story.
[CONCEPT] Lisa Kaori and Caitlin created a collection of accessories that prevent such technology to take a peek at your thoughts.
[CONCEPT] The project started as an experimentation with seven-segments panels, the ones you find in old digital clocks, but since the team realized it has been done before, they decided to take the concept even further and make it interactive.
[CONCEPT] This installation is set into an scaffold structure open to the visitors. Once inside, the audience will be in the center of an incredible light show.
[CONCEPT] The difference between the digital and the physical world just got a step blurrier. InFORM is a Dynamic Shape Display that makes digital information tangible to the user.
[CONCEPT] Presented at the 2013 edition of the Nuit Blanche in Amiens, France, Cyclique is a light and sound installation made of 256 helium balloons equipped with LED lights.
[CONCEPT] Instagram ventures IRL in this street art series created by Bruno Ribeiro. Carboard signs that look like an Instagram post, complete with the white frame, the user name, location and tags, were placed in several locations across London and Manchester.
[CONCEPT] "IDNA" offer a new kind of narration for iOS devices. The "spatial storytelling" feature of the project lets you explore the scenes at 360° by moving the tablet around you.
[WTF] The death watch that makes every second count. It's basically a digital wrist watch that counts down the time of your death.
[CONCEPT] Create and conduct your own orchestra with this crowdsourcing platform built with Processing, SimpleOpenNI and OpenKinect.
[CONCEPT] Reading when running on a treadmill can be a strenuous task. Since you keep bouncing around, it becomes almost impossible to focus on the printed words. The Run-n-Read is a small clip-on device that tracks your head movements to adjusts the text of your ebook or tablet.
[CONCEPT] Anthony Antonellis implanted a NFC chip under his skin as a new way to present digital art. Inserted in his subcutaneous tissue, the chip is barely noticeable but will display an animated GIF when read by a mobile device.
[CONCEPT] Looking for some Detroit authenticity? The Tumblr Scenes from The Wire presents GIFs from the cult TV show.
[CONCEPT] The Vertwalker is like a Roomba except it does not clean but rather does the opposite: it draws on walls
[CONCEPT] Get ready to spend a lot more time in your bathtube. The AquaTop Display concept transforms any surface of opaque water into an interactive screen.
[CONCEPT] Hermit crabs are known for changing their shell from time to time. Aki Inomata decided to create her own shells to see if they were chosen by the picky crustaceans.
[CONCEPT] After finding faces in the clouded sky, Shin Seung Back and Kim Yong Hun pursue their experimentations with face detection algorithms. In Portrait, a custom software detects the faces from every 24 frames of a movie and merges the images to form one single face.
[CONCEPT] Plaster or fiberglass casts might soon become obsolete thanks to these new 3D-printed casts imagined by Jake Evill.
[CONCEPT] The main purpose of a printer is to exactly reproduce a digital file but DeHaan subverts this process by removing the UV light from the printer. Since the ink remains fluid, faces seems to melt onto the sheet of paper.