A team of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute students has created a system that pairs an EEG headset with a 3-D theatrical flying harness, allowing users to “fly” by controlling their thoughts. The “Infinity Simulator” will make its debut with an art installation in which participants rise into the air – and trigger light, sound, and video effects – by calming their thoughts. [RPI]]]>
See Fabian Hemmert and his amazing, shape-shifting cellphone prototype (video) — Engadget.]]>
Sleek Concept Bike From Peugeot Design – PSFK.]]>
Hans Rosling will teach you a thing or two. Just watch and learn.
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Money. Fear. Disney. Debt bondage. Mega architecture.
Mike Davis writes on Fear and Money in Dubai at the New Left Review.
via Space and Culture]]>
Jeff Han’s new company, Perceptive Pixel, is finally out, hopefully building multi-touch interfaces for commercial applications.
BumpTop Prototype Keepin’ it Real: Pushing the Desktop Metaphor with Physics, Piles and the Pen]]>
Will your house become beachfront property by 2100? Find out with Flood Maps.
more at Times Online]]>
Scary! The bump keying technique is a lock picking technique that will open practically any lock by anyone with a bump key in a matter of seconds without any skill.
via Interactive Architecture dot org]]>