We think Plumen is pretty brilliant. And so does the British Design Museum who has given Plumen the Insurance Design of the Year 2011 for their stunning redesign of the low energy light bulb. The Plumen is designed by Hulger, whose cell phone headsets thoughtfully reimagined old school for the 21st century. Clearly these designers have [...]
Image : Joan Snyder from Women Make Lists People love lists. Lists tell us where we stand, if only in our heads, and if only for the moment. So here is our first list of the top posts from the last month. If you have been here before, many thanks for helping get mixing reality off to a roaring start. If this is your first time, take a [...]
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In a fascinating mash-up of technology, old-school art happening, contemporary provocation and definitely not for everyone, comes the new iPhone app : Situationist. The brainchild of Benrik, which is composed of Ben Carey and Henrik Delehag, Situationist is bound to create a stir...and according to it's creators, that's just what they [...]
March 5 at dawn, National Geographic Channel and a team of scientists, engineers, and two world-class balloon pilots successfully launched a 16' X 16' house 18' tall with 300 8' colored weather balloons from a private airfield east of Los Angeles. The experiment set a new world record for the largest balloon cluster flight ever [...]
Artist Julien Wolkenstein asks the questions: Is symmetry more beautiful. And he let's you decide with the iPhone app and website called Echoism. It's simple. Take your self-portrait. The program produces two symmetrical images, a left/left and a right/right. Upload to a website and see for yourself. Try it and let us know what you [...]
Look what Google did today...Steampunk is everywhere...Go Play , oh and happy birthday Jules Verne!
Semantic text startup, Topicmarks reads and summarizes documents, bringing, personalized processing in a matter of seconds from the cloud. Imagine WikiLeaks summarized like CliffNotes so you don't have to. Available right now, free in open beta...if this can scale...it could blow up. Mashable has more.