inFORM -> Dynamic Shape Display

inFORM – Interacting With a Dynamic Shape Display from Tangible Media Group on Vimeo.
This amazing new technology coming from MIT’s Tangible Media Group allows users to literally reach through the screen and interact with physical objects.
Notes from Vimeo page:
“inFORM is a Dynamic Shape Display that can render 3D content physically, so users can interact with […]

London Symphony Orchestra -> HD Online Performances

This multiple camera HD viewing experience, created by the London Symphony Orchestra, makes for an interesting and entertaining way to explore the symphony in action. The ‘explore the orchestra’ area is especially nice because it allows you to discover the many instruments as well as the individual symphony members. Perfect for educational use.
Visit -> http://play.lso.co.uk/

Box -> Projection Mapping

Box from Bot & Dolly on Vimeo.
This is one of the best projection mapping efforts that I’ve seen in some time. Typically, projection mapping takes place on a fixed object and evolves on that canvas alone, static position. In this video, the canvas is in motion, the camera is in motion, and the projection transcends […]

Thalmic Labs -> Wearable Gesture Control

MYO by Thalmic Labs seems to have limitless capabilities. Nice wearable gestural solution, all based on muscle flex response and position …one to keep an eye on. In many ways, it’s like using “the force”. May the force be with you.
Visit -> thalmic.com/myo/

Cleveland Museum of Art -> Interactive Experience

ArtLens – Visitor Created Tour – Cleveland Museum of Art from Local Projects on Vimeo.
I’m really excited to see this kind of innovation happening in my home town of Cleveland, Ohio. Especially at the amazing Cleveland Art Museum, one of my favorite places in Cleveland, outside of my parent’s kitchen table. The video above was […]

VEA Buddy -> Bluetooth watch

Watches, wristbands, wearable tech, what ever you prefer, there are lot’s of interesting wrist-top concepts emerging lately. This one created by VEA digital syncs with your phone, answers calls, provides access to email/Facebook/Twitter, and has a some interesting display modes. Have a look. (via eyezac)
Visit -> www.veadigital.com/
Visit -> www.indiegogo.com/veabuddy

ZeroN -> computer controlled magnetic levitation

ZeroN – Levitated Interaction Element from Jinha Lee on Vimeo.
Notes from Vimeo:
“What if materials could defy gravity, so that we could leave them suspended in mid-air and freely control them? ZeroN is a physical and digital interaction element that floats and moves in space by computer-controlled magnetic levitation. Both the computer and people can move […]

Firewall -> Aaron Sherwood

Firewall from Aaron Sherwood on Vimeo.
The overall effect coming from this interactive installation, created by media artist Aaron Sherwood is extremely vivid and fresh. (via thisiscolossal.com)
Notes from Vimeo:
“An interactive media installation created in collaboration with Mike Allison. A stretched sheet of spandex acts as a membrane interface sensitive to depth that people can push into […]

The Decelerator Helmet -> Lorenz Potthast

The Decelerator Helmet – A slow motion for Real Life from Lorenz Potthast on Vimeo.
This thought provoking ‘decelerator helmet’ concept by German Artist Lorenz Potthast allows it’s user to visually experience time passing in slow motion. It seems that it’s literally, a whole new way of taking in the world around you. There are many more fascinating […]

Romo -> Smart Phone Robot

The New Romo from Romotive on Vimeo.
Some of us carry on a pretty deep relationship with our smart phone, to the point that it may be seen as a tiny little bit creepy. Now you can take that lil’ relationship to a whole new level by giving it mobility and personality via Romotive’s “Romo”. srsly, […]

spider projection -> Friedrich Van Schoor

spider projection from Friedrich van Schoor on Vimeo.
German designer Friedrich Van Schoor captured the natural motion of a real spider, then scaled it up just enough to make it horribly terrifying to the unsuspecting folks passing below. The video starts off by showing some of his initial sketches, the scale model with the live spider […]

Leap -> Gesture Navigation

It will be interesting to see how long it will take for the mouse to become completely irrelevant and go the way of our old fax machines, bulky external drives and desk phones. I suppose it all depends on how long we decided to hang on to our old ways… there’s a fax machine 30 […]

SketchSynth -> Drawable OSC Control Surface

Notes from Site:
“SketchSynth lets anyone create their own control panels with just a marker and a piece of paper. Once drawn, the controller sends Open Sound Control (OSC) messages to anything that can receive them; in this case, a simple synthesizer running in Pure Data. It’s a fun toy that also demonstrates the possibilities of adding […]

IKEA UPPLEVA -> Smart TV & Sound System

5 years from now we’ll be saying “remember when all of our home electronics had cables sprawling all over the place?”. Nice to see IKEA taking the lead on this.
Notes from YouTube Page:
“IKEA introduces UPPLEVA, a completely new range that integrates smart TV and sound system with furniture. UPPLEVA brings beauty and functionality to the […]

Board of Awesomeness -> Chaotic Moon Labs

Notes from Vimeo:
“Chaotic Moon Labs’ “Board of Awesomeness” is intended as a technology teaser to show how perceptive computing can turn around the way we look at user experiences. The project utilizes a Microsoft Kinect device, Samsung Windows 8 tablet, a motorized longboard, and some standard and custom hardware to create a longboard that watches […]