Technology

Points

Points is the last project from Breakfast (see also Perception), as usual it’s a wonderful idea with a great execution. They built a new kind of signage that interact with foursquare, twitter, transportation API, RSS…

Vincent & Emily

After the awesome lamp Pinokio, let me introduce you Vincent & Emily, two robots powered by Raspberry Pi, Arduino, Accelerometer, Stepper, Servo, Camera, Microphone, IR-LED. Software includes Linux Arch, Python and OpenCV. A bunch of different technology put together by Nikolas…

Tokyo City Symphony

Roppongi Hills is a specific building area in Tokyo that celebrated his 10 Anniversary. The architect’s stated vision was to build an integrated development where high-rise inner-urban communities allow people to live, work, play,…

Code.org

“Every student in every school should have the opportunity to learn to code” an initiative by code.org

The Luchtsingel

This is an incredible project in Rotterdam by Zones Urbaines Sensibles (see the website project I Make Rotterdam). An article found on FastCoExist.

Pictures in motion

I love flat animation, and this animation from Montréal is a perfect exemple. It feels like a Google redesign or LayerVault website. “Des idées en images” is a vulgarization studio. We use visual analogies…

Pinokio

Created by  Shanshan Zhou et Adam Ben-Dror, this project transforms a simple lamp into a weird/funny technological pet, with Processing, Arduino, and OpenCV. A really impressive project which reminds me the Pixar animation logo. Pinokio is an exploration into…

Lapka

Lapka is a tiny, beautiful personal environment monitor that connects with your phone to measure, collect and analyze the hidden qualities of your surroundings.

Consumed

Consumed from Andreas Wannerstedt on Vimeo.

Let’s Talk About Soil

This animated film tells the reality of soil resources around the world, covering the issues of degradation, urbanization, land grabbing and overexploitation; the film offers options to make the way we manage our soils…

American Tintype

After a personal tragedy, Harry Taylor discovered a passion for the 150-year-old craft of tintype photography. MattMorrisFilms.com

How Arduino is open-sourcing imagination

Massimo Banzi helped invent the Arduino, a tiny, easy-to-use open-source microcontroller that’s inspired thousands of people around the world to make the coolest things they can imagine — from toys to satellite gear. Because,…

Teagueduino

I’m a big Arduino fan, furthermore, I’m trying to learn processing and all that stuff. So I’m always exciting to share with you, some cool project that permit to create awesome things with imagination as…

Arnaud Mercier Retrospective

Arnaud Mercier Retrospective No video today, but a website, a retrospective to be more precise, created by Area 17, an interactive agency based in Paris and New-York. Last year, Arnaud Mercier, the founding partner of…