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Recap of 2011

It is this time of year where we get to eat a lot and reflect a bit on the last twelve months that just went by so quickly. 2011 was a fruitful year interaction-wise. I am trying to collect a few links...

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PressPausePlay Documentary

“The digital revolution of the last decade has unleashed creativity and talent in an unprecedented way, with unlimited opportunities. But does democratized culture mean better art or is true talent...

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The Product Bay and Physibles

From the TPB’s blog: We’re always trying to foresee the future a bit here at TPB. One of the things that we really know is that we as a society will always share. Digital communication has made that a...

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A Swarm of Nano Quadrotors

Why do we love tiny flying robots? I’m not really sure, but seeing a swarm moving around makes me smile.

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GoJo Hands Free

A few days in the USA, and watching TV in a rural motel makes you discover amazing things!!!

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What ____ might have looked like if it was created in the 1980s

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Polo of the future

We all know it’s fake, but interesting a bit nevertheless. I like the first color selection gesture. And I’m happy they did not depict “pinch to scale” the modify the shirt....

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LG Magic Remote

This is too much Magic if you ask me. It’s a bit creepy that a manufacturer has to make such a video to convey the functions of their device. I believe people are generally smarter than that, at least...

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WarMouse Meta, the 18 button mouse

The WarMouse Meta, former OpenOffice Mouse, is an 18 button mouse recognized in 2009. It is fair to say it never penetrated any market due to its unique functionality. The mouse ships with a custom...

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GameStick Kickstarted

Not too long ago we saw OUYA, the Android powered game console, getting funded in a day through Kickstarter. They offered a small, open and novel type of product for $99. It is a new year and this...

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Introducing the oPhone

Edwards, a Harvard professor and head of science/art innovation lab Le Laboratoire, just unveiled the first commercial version of his oPhone, the DUO, a cylindrical gadget that transmits scents (called...

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Rainer Wehinger’s visual score of Ligeti’s Artikulation

Rainer Wehinger’s music transcription from the 70’s provides (if not complete notation) an interesting exercise in visualizing sound. If you are into this type of thing you should definitely check it...

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End of Attention Economy

Nice thoughts around how “screens need to make room for our lives”

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Jump around!

Current and previous single-legged hopping robots are energetically tethered and lack portability. Here, we present the design and control of an untethered, energetically autonomous single-legged...

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Ob-cast episodes

Great little videos from Oblong‘s founder John Underkoffler.

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