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A Mirror That Reflects More Than You

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Cybertecture
The first thing that might come to mind after seeing the Cybertecture Mirror is Marty McFly’s future self interacting with a giant reflective screen in his living room in Back to The Future II. This is a product that, by all appearances, integrates functionality...
 
Autographer - Filling the Space Between Instgram and GoPro

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Oxford Metrics Group

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During the years spent as a Mountaineering Guide, there was always a desire to capture snapshots of a day on the trail, especially early morning peak ascents. In a pre-digital age the labor of changing out film along with the...
 
BERG announces Little Printer and its BergCloud service
BERGLondon announced this week a duo of new projects coming out of their studio in what they say is the first of many:Little Printer:- A thermal printer that communicates wirelessly through a BERGCloud bridge that is connected to your router.- It gathers a list...
 
Crowd Sourcing Street Repair with Street Bump

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StreetBump
When it comes to technological innovation city governments are not high on the list and one gets the sense they still run on an ENIAC or maybe even an abacus. Add to it, the idea that a bureaucracy is...
 
DisplayCabinet

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“connecting up our things to the web, our environments to our things, and our things to us” DisplayCabinet is a prototype developed over the course of 24 hours by Ben Bashford, Dan Williams, and Tim Burrell-Saward for last...
 
From code to atoms

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iMAL (interactive Media Art Laboratory) in Brussels just completed "Generator.x 3.0 :from code to atoms" one of their openLAB workshops that focused on "how software processes can be combined with digital fabrication to produce physical objects that are the result of dynamic software systems...
 
Help Kickstart an Internet of Things project
Twine is a a new way to connect your things to the internet. A project created by two MIT Media lab graduates (David Carr and John Kestner) and currently seeking funding on Kickstarter (Looking for $35,000 and ending on Jan...
 
LIFX - Is This Truly The Next-Gen Light Bulb?

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LIFX
The day after Edison got the first light bulb to work, he probably thought, “I wish there was some way to remotely turn it off and on." And ever since, people have tried motion sensors, analog and then...
 
Natural Fuse

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Haque Design + Research
Natural Fuse is a project developed in 2009 by Haque Design + Research as part of the Architectural League of New York's Exhibition, "Situated Technologies: Toward the Sentient City" that harnesses the natural carbon-capturing processes of plants as they grow, and uses it in...
 
Networked Art: 10 projects using real time data
These 10 networked art projects show the many ways that using real-time data like weather, pollution sensors, wave monitoring and all the other outputs that are streaming around us can be used to visualize and engage our environment in new ways. 1) eCLOUD...
 
Object Agency: Meet Brad

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Simone Rebaudengo & Haque design+research
I would like to introduce you to Brad. He is a toaster and a member of a new breed of networked "addicted products" created by Simone Rebaudengo and Haque design+research that explore some new ground rules for their use: ...
 
Pulse -The  Simple, Stylish Heart-Rate Monitor

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ElectricFoxy
Running a marathon a few years ago, a shirtless man wearing a heart-rate monitor strapped around his chest passed me, wincing. The hear-rate monitor had cut into his skin and he was bleeding like a Tarantino film as he crossed the finish line. The...
 
Res Sapiens project

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Pieke Bergmans & LUSTlab
Res Sapiens a project by Pieke Bergmans & LUSTlab features common desk lamps connected to the internet. The 13 lamps were exhibited in Milan recently where they used a "continuous stream of (public) digital data and information as...
 
SENSEable Shoes
Created by Huaishu Peng and Yen-Chia Hsu at the Computational Design Lab at Carnegie Mellon comes the SENSEable shoes project. The shoes can identity and transmit information for 10 different gait patterns (standing, sitting, turning left, turning right,...
 
Smarter play with a smart Toy - ATOMS

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Seamless Toy Company, inc
Growing up, there were LEGOS and then there were the more complex toys that seemed relegated to the “smart” kids. As much as my parents tried to get me to like the “smart” toys, those toys...
 
Storytelling and the Internet of Things
Lance Weiler a "story architect of film, tv and games - an all around culture hacker" has an article out in Film Maker Magazine that discusses using elements of an Internet of Things in order to create the next generation...
 
tomorrow is another day by Mathieu Lehanneur
Tomorrow is Another Day is a piece by Mathieu Lehanneur that gathers real-time weather data from the Internet to generate a picture of the future sky. (Credit: Mathieu Lehanneur) Conceived for the palliative-care unit at the Diaconesses/Croix-Saint-Simon Hospital Group, in Paris and...
 
TshirtOS: Tweets on a T-Shirt

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CuteCircuit
Social media could soon be the hottest fashion trend. The latest invention from London-based CuteCircuit, in collaboration with Ballantine's, is a completely normal looking T-shirt filled with LEDs that can broadcast designs, messages and yes — your latest...
 
turn your retweets into sweets with Molly

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Mint Digital
Foundry the research arm at Mint Digital has just released Molly, their follow up project to their smell producing robot Olly. Taking a little different of approach to bringing your social networking world into your physical world Molly...
 
Visualizing Data as Art - Keiichi Matsuda's Prism

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London Design Festival
In the TV show "Alphas," there is an autistic character named Gary Bell who is able to see and access all the invisible digital data streaming through the air around us. It seems like science-fiction, but Designer and Filmmaker Keiichi Matsuda has taken the...
 
Visualizing Real-time datasets with Quadrigram
Quadrigram is a visual programming environment tool (currently in private beta) that is a solution for any individual or organization that works intensively with information. It provides tools to formulate and answer questions with a wide variety of...
 
Waving at the Machines: James Bridle on the New Aesthetic
James Bridle as the closing keynote from this year's Web Directions South conference gave his talk titled "Waving at the Machines" speaking about the New Aesthetic. "So what I’m going to...
 
Your Social Graph in physical form

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Obscura Digital
Last September in San Francisco Facebook held its annual developer conference F8. Creative agency Obscura Digital added a little spice to the event with their interactive physical installation constructed from participants Facebook social graph data they dubbed...
 
 
 
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