Archive for the ‘Tech’ Category

Kiwi and Pom were commissioned by Wallpaper* Magazine, to design the Disco Chair. A bespoke illuminated furniture concept. Constructed from 200 linear metres of Electroluminescent wire, the chair transforms into a neon rainbow when powered. A pulse setting enables the chair to flash on and off creating an instant disco installation.

If you’re curious how many people use the internet, or how many emails are sent per day, how many of them are spam and how many tweets are sent, check out this informative short video titled ‘The State of the Internet’ by JESS3 which shows statistics of Internet use across the globe. Included are stats [...]

Direct touch surfaces much larger than tabletops, integrates high-resolution multi-touch sensing into back-projected floors. The key factor of the shown design is that it is based on frustrated total internal reflection sensing. FTIR allows it to identify and track users based on their sole patterns. The floor recognizes foot postures, distinguishes users who interact from [...]

In what conditions can this laptop survive? Panasonic Toughbook F9 is all about–great specs within and intense protection outside. The Toughbook F9 features a 14.1″ widescreen 1440 x 900 WXGA+ LCD with an external video support that can display up to 1920 x 1200 resolution at 16.7 million colors. It also has a Bluetooth connectivity, [...]

Chris Lucas, proprietor of Pearl restaurant in Melbourne is set to convert his restaurant to an all iPad operation with specially written interactive software that he claims will make it the first restaurant in Australia to employ the Apple’s tablet for both menus and wine lists. Photo: David Geraghty Lucas already has four iPads with a [...]

Get ready for the 3D takeover. Nintendo 3DS is the first mobile game console to get on the 3D bandwagon. On the outside, the 3DS looks just like the the standard DS clamshell but with one big difference: One of it’s screens has an extra dimension. But rather than mate the standard DS touchscreen with [...]

Record Makers, a French independent label celebrated their 10 year anniversary by having artists Mrzyk & Moriceau create an iPhone app which is a surrealistic game in which you can create random art by swiping different parts of the drawing.


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