[DIGITALLY-INSPIRED] Take the time to watch the video and to appreciate the beauty of the landscapes created by the laser projections before racking your brain a bit to understand the technology at work behind it.
[CONCEPT] "Biomediation" translates the brainwaves of the performer into a mesmerizing visual show.
[WTF] MWEB #dinnercam is a portable photo studio for restaurant meals. Installed in Cape Town restaurant El Burro, the station will help you take the perfect food porn picture. Like we actually need it...
[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.
[DIGITALLY-INSPIRED] This panorama of Seattle was made by stitching together 2368 twenty-two-megapixel images using Microsoft's software Image Composite Editor. The 20-gigapixel image is actually more than a technical feat. Michael Cohen and Matt Uyttendaele turned the project into a gigantic Where's Waldo.
[ITW] We asked Boris Paillard, co-founder of Le Wagon, a few questions about his intensive program, the importance of code and the end of the lonely coder cliché.
[CONCEPT] Next level creepiness coming to your home: FaceRig lets you embody your favorite digital character while video chatting.
[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.
[WEIRD APP] As you might have guessed by its name, I PIXEL U lets you pixelate your own picture but the fun thing is you choose the part of the image you where you want to add the effect.
[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.
[MUST-HAVE] In order to prevent the unpleasant side effects caused by the sun, LUXES Bracelet will monitor your UV exposure for 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] Tim Zanan invented a simple method that can capture in a very high resolution the depth and color of a painting.
[AGENDA] On the occasion of the ongoing Paris Fashion Week, Kenzo and Google just announced a collaboration which happily merges fashion and technology together.
[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.
[WATCH&LISTEN] To celebrate the launch of the new adizero F50 Messi, adidas created a video showcasing Messi's incredible talents with a clever use of technology.
[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.
[WEIRD APP] Put your drink on your iPhone and let it become a colorful light show. Using the glass as a prism, the lights go through your beverage and blink in sync with the surrounding sounds captured by the microphone.
[CONCEPT] Plaster or fiberglass casts might soon become obsolete thanks to these new 3D-printed casts imagined by Jake Evill.
[MUST-HAVE] This light fixture for your bike lets you create your own light animations on a web-based software or choose from a collection of custom artwork made by great digital artists