Rafaël Rozendaal’s work on Seoul Square in Seoul, Korea on the world’s largest LED screen.
Nike+ FuelBand tracks your all day activity and helps you to be more active - using a sports-tested accelerometer to measure your movement in NikeFuel, a universal metric of activity.
Leap Motion Controller is the first product to let users navigate and interact with supported computer applications using natural hand and finger movements.
It is up to 200 times more sensitive than existing motion-control technology and can track the movement of both hands and all 10 fingers up to 1/100th millimeter at up to 290 frames per second. It will be available beginning in May 2013 and will include access to Airspace, an application store.
Swedish design graduate Erik Olovsson decided to travel around Sweden in a refitted camper van called Eriks Designbuss - working directly with local clients.
Conversations around coffee instead of Skype meetings, helping small business around the country get up to speed with their visual communications. - A wonderful concept!
Portraits from the New York City Subway - A beautiful project by video journalist Rebecca Davis:
Pneuma, part of the Design and Mythology collection
I’m very inspired by the work of Neri Oxman, Professor of Media Arts and Sciences at the MIT Media Lab. She employs design principles inspired by nature and implements them in the invention of novel digital design technologies - creating beautiful objects from fashion to product design.
Miniature Worlds digitally assembled from hundreds of photgraphs
Universe Panorama - Form Follows Function
FFF is a collection of interactive experiences by Jongmin Kim:
Skrekkøgle from Oslo do some exciting work.
Teleporter, sketchbots & universal orchestra - Chrome Web Lab combines online and physical experiments at the Science Museum in London:
Universal Everything create a series of beautiful videos for the hyundai Vision Hall in South Korea: