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Waldner – the next generation ping pong table

Made with an advanced computer system integration, the table has a multi-touch surface, which responds to human touch and real world objects, like ping-pong balls. The table is also equipped with Siri voice recognition that monitors the game along with a Mac Pro 12-core computer. That means the table is very intelligent; it sees, feels and hears the game. You can even discuss a ball with it to improve your ping pong skills or argue about a point.

by Robert lindström

Never Forever Never for Now

New screenprint by Peter Crnokrak (interview)
at The Luxury of Protest

Némo #2 2011
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40 ans 40 films (detail)for Cinéma Saint-André des Arts (cinéma d’art et d’essais)
by french creative mw studio

40 ans 40 films (detail)
for Cinéma Saint-André des Arts (cinéma d’art et d’essais)

by french creative mw studio

Animated Alphabet
by Amy Thornley

3D Holographic Fashion Show

by Tim Jockel

"The question was how to communicate the philosophy behind the new collection of German "Haute Couture" fashion designer Stefan Eckert in a better way. The answer was the world’s first complete 3D holographic fashion show."
(more videos on vimeo/timjockel)

Inductance” Fun with a giant electromagnet

by Physalia Studio

A project inspired by the phrase “Turn off your TV” mentioned in a lecture by adventurer Alastair Humphreys.

To illustrate this idea Jack Archer built a shelving unit to house 15 small televisions; creating a dot-matrix grid where individual TV’s could be turned on or off, to produce different letterforms and numbers.

View Project

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Max Capacity got some really nice glitchy TV-VHS experimentations set on his flickr.