[WATCH&LISTEN] A bizarre journey in a land far up North where faces are frozen in time and colors are melting on the white landscape. A visually stunning music video showcasing the great talent of Dvein.
[CONCEPT] The Design Exquis exhibition in London uses the Exquisite Corpse as a method of creation for design pieces. Matthew Plummer-Fernandez 3D printed a modern Venus in response to the picture he was given.
[WTF] A lifetime summed up through Google's autocomplete. The suggestions of a simple search for "I'm [age] and" give us a glimpse of the most common concerns affecting the millions of people using Google everyday.
[DIGITALLY-INSPIRED] In 1971, Manfred Mohr was invited by the CEO of C.G.M. (Compagnie Générale de Micromatique) to experiment with one of their machines, the Datagraphix 4460 to make computer animations.
[WATCH&LISTEN] Inspired by the work of Eadweard Muybridge, Harold Edgerton and Étienne-Jules Marey, forms is a celebration of movement. This ballet of abstract shapes are actually representations of athletes in motion.
[CONCEPT] Specialized in capturing light, Patrick Rochon took on a new challenge by photographing three wakeboarders, Mike Dowdy, Adam Errington, and Dallas Friday, at night. The LED lights strapped to the boards shine in the dark and become solid rays of light when shot by Patrick Rochon.
[DIGITALLY-INSPIRED] Borna Sammak modifies video footage by removing colors that do not match his taste. The deconstruction he operates transform the original video in an intricate animation where no image is discernable.
[MUST-HAVE] Just like a regular kazoo, it contains a flute which acts as a breath synthesizer. You can also produce sounds by tapping on its touch sensitive surface or record your voice with the built-in microphone. If the "most versatile entertainment assistant ever" was primarily built to create music, it can actually achieve so much more.
[MUST-HAVE] The world's first thermochromic athletic shirt is now available! The Radiate shirts will give you "thermal vision on your body". The clothes react to your body temperature. They change color when your veins expand or your muscle swell, giving you a precise idea of which parts of your body are working out.
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[WATCH&LISTEN] Dancing to Kreukeltape by Machinefabriek, German dancer Laura Keil's movements are recorded by three Kinect cameras. The data collected were then combined to produce a three dimensional piece where different perspectives become visible in a single video.
[WATCH&LISTEN] Competitive gaming was once a casual leisure played by a couple of friends at LAN parties. The short PBS documentary gives us an overview of the competitive gaming world through interviews of gamers or researchers.