You know how you’ve watched shows like Star Trek and all the characters on the bridge shout techno mumbo jumbo while punching fake displays? Spaceteam takes that scenario and, through a fantastic UI/mechanic, puts you right in the captain’s chair of nonsense.
Clement Briend is a photographer living and working in Paris, France. In his series entitled ‘Cambodian Trees‘, Briend projects haunting images of Cambodian spirits and deities onto trees around Phnom Penh.
This rubber bookshelf can solve problem of accommodating any kind any size of books with its flexible properties. We don’t have to worry about storing any size of books anymore, it seems we already have our answer when having these rubber shelves.
René Lee is a RISD industrial design BFA candidate who has designed Mbrace, a solution that transforms a regular paper grocery bag as a stand alone recycling receptacle with an economic use of materials.
Behind Lady Gaga’s provocative fashions — yes, even the dress made of beef — is an ad hoc circle of designers and advisors she calls the “Haus of Gaga.” Rivalation proposed a competition back in September that proposed Fashion Students from all around the world to venture into the “Haus of Gaga”
French artist Olivier Grossetête used three enormous helium balloons to float a rope bridge over a lake in Tatton Park, a historic estate in north-west England. Though visitors weren’t allowed to use the bridge, it would theoretically be strong enough to hold the weight of a person, according to Grossetête.”My artistic work tries to make alive the poetry and dreams within our everyday life,” added Grossetête.
“Touch screen devices, such as smartphones, lack a suitable method for text input which can compete with mechanical keyboards. The Vibrative Virtual Keyboard aims to appease the frustration felt by smartphone users when faced with drafting lengthy e-mails or notes on a small onscreen keyboard.”
The phone picks up vibrations from his fingers as he taps on invisible keys on the table. Using an app called Sensor Monitor, Krauti can pick up and measure those vibrations using the iPhone’s accelerometer, a sensor built into the phone.
With its sharp point concealed when not in use, this silicone-capped drawing pin guards against pin pricks and scratches, and feels like a pebble in your hands.