Posts Tagged ‘technology

German artist Elena Belmann mixes sculptured art with information technology in this intricate QR code sculpture.

The interactive installation W3FI is a social movement, a philosophy, a path to responsible connectivity between our online/offline lives and to each other and is currently on exhibit at the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, Colorado until September 11, 2011. Borrowing from a Buddhist path to enlightenment, the project will take the participants through a [...]

The funny photo of the day is actually a cartoon we found that depicts a humorous eulogy for a guy named Hector that involves Twitter. Epitaph - by K. Cornell Gotta love Twitter humor.

Google’s Android operating system became the world’s top OS for smartphones. This infographic shows how with 3D data visualization of Android phone activations geolocated and plotted between October 2008 and January 2011. Be patient, it starts slow but kicks in when the Droid smartphone launches at about .33 seconds. Wow! Activations literally blow up over night. [...]

An informational motion graphics piece by Alex Trimpe ‘The World is Obsessed With Facebook’ shows us how Facebook has turned into the central hub of our social interactions. Credits: Music by RJD2

From The Onion comes news of Apple’s latest revolutionary technology, a laptop with no keyboard. Nothing is as simple as a single giant button. Everything is just a few hundred clicks away. Watch this funny video explain details on the product. With the way technology is going, who knows, this might actually come into being.

The short film from Indiemachines ‘Hard Boiled’ tells the tale of a tech-savvy detective who takes a cold case into his own hands, utilizing Foursquare and other social media sites to help him figure out a crime — and how a jilted wife can use technology to her own advantage.

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