This folded paper art by Simon Schubert is so fascinating. It also reminds me of an incredible documentary that Sally, Bill, and many of the apprentices have fallen head over heels for, called “Between the Folds“. I’d recommend it to anyone – it’s breathtaking.
Monthly Archives: May 2010
The real question is, who wouldn’t want to wear this backpack? It would be perfect for bringing home the project from Electric Star Wars this summer.
Take a look at this video of Pranav Mistry, a Research Assistant at MIT’s Media Lab, demo the technology called SixthSense. This article on FastCompany’s website is incredibly fascinating, and explains how a completely new field of technology – initiated and translated through simple gestures (even a mere breath of air) – may be taking over the scene in the next five years.
This video is in honor of the 50th Anniversary of the Annecy Animation Festival; it reminds me of the Stop Action Labs we’re doing this summer in the computer lab. Apparently I’ve got summer on the brain!
Courtesy of Coudal Partners.
Who likes folding clothes? Thanks to our apprentice Naomi and to kottke.org, we now have found a solution for that ever-growing pile of clothes in the corner of your bedroom:
Found this on Coudal Partners this morning. Lego’s Robot Android – through an by ARM powered Motorola Droid – solves a Rubik’s Cube. Apparently the Droid phone does “do” everything. Take a look: