Here is the first HomePod of the world : a house robot, or rather an independent mobile computer featuring a video projection system and a high-definition audio and video 360 system. This enable inhabitants to turn any room into an entertainment place depending on the activity they do. A project made by Keecker to discover in images and video.
If you were blind, how could you take a look at a picture? This is the question that the Touchable Memories project initiated by Pirate3D tried to respond by 3D printing photographs, allowing to touch a part of it, an invisible paper surface becoming a touchable souvenir. Check out this wonderful video below.
The French artist Julien Maire combined 3D printing with light projection to create a stop motion movie without film. By using 85 3D printed figurines succeeding in evolutionary positions, the artist shows a new techniques and reinvents the seventh art in his own way. More details in images.
Unlike timelapse that show consistent passing time, the Layer-lapse principle is to cut the pictures in sequences through layers. That’s why you can see different moments of the day on the same plan and at irregular speeds. A video made by Julian Tryba and that illustrates this process with talent.
Manual Studio, based in San Francisco, has thought the identity of Wo Hing General Store : a Vietnamese restaurant located in the heart of Mission District. The logo and visual represent noodles taken by a scanner to produce a blue monochrome and negative effect inspired by cyanotypes. The restaurant’s neon was made with electroluminescent ink.
In this video called “What’s up Hong Kong?”, we can follow the Russian duo Vitaliy Raskalov and Vadim Makhorov during their trip in Hong Kong. What looks like a documentary quickly becomes a furious getaway in the heart of the metropolis and on its skyscraper rooftops, ending with a giant display billboard hacking. To discover in video.
Focus on the design of the Ronin 47 motorcycle which is inspired by the model Buell 1125. Designers at Ronin Motor have thought about bringing some modernity, sobriety to this black model, with a futuristic dimensio. This motorcycle is a great reference to the story of 47 ronin and is available in limited edition. Its current price tag is 38 000 dollars. To discover in images.
For the Nuit Blanche in Paris and Samsung Electronics France, English collective Umbrellium created the installation “Mini Burble Paris” : suspended lights shaped like balls which are operated by a remote control, from a distance. An interactive production by Tetro who already have impressed us with their Fête des Lumières installation in Lyon.
The Keyboard of Isolation is an installation conceived by Jody Xiong in order to denounce human fictitious relationships and loneliness caused by the pervasiveness of computers in everyday life. The artist has consequently arranged a hundred figurines locked in jars, the whole giving form to a giant computer keyboard. More details in images et vidéo.
Kaleido-Wall 1.0 is an art installation made by Vin Rathod and Priyanka Rathod for the Vivid Sydney Australian festival. Inspired by kaleidoscope, the two artists have raised a luminescent geometric structure made of mirrors and LEDs, creating beautiful light and color effects. More details in images.
In order to recreate the speed of the Ferrari California in an artistic demonstration, studio Oefner concretized the idea through a specific system of piping : luminescent flow paints are projected at a very high speed, gradually covering the entire surface of the car. A visual experience to discover in video.