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Neurosonics Audiomedical Laboratory footage! Directed by Chris Cairns, really cool!

Experience The Beatles’ music and legacy like never before, using the core Rock Band gameplay. You won’t just watch and listen as The Beatles make rock history, create landmark records, and conquer the world – for the first time, you’ll be part of the band!


http://www.thebeatlesrockband.com

WWF Germany set up this artistic action in Berlin’s Gendarmenmarkt to symbolize what will happen if governments continue to sit on their hands and watch as Arctic ice melts and sea levels rise. In this installation, the fast melt of  small ice figures reminds us that we have very little time to make the necessary changes. 96 days until the UN conference in Copenhagen.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/valida/sets/72157622090201235/

On Facebook, what you see may really not be! The Viral Factory have just released this series of interactive youtube videos to promote the Samsung ST550 and TL 225 cameras which have an LCD screen at the front so you can take photos of yourself and friends.

The videos features a series of ghouls, aliens, witches and Frankensteins disguising themselves for their Facebook and Myspace profiles. Good use of interactive youtube functionality that appeals to the myspace generation:

Designed by Seonkeun Park, the Braille Phone Concept is a concept phone for visually handicapped people.  The Braille phone using Electric Active Plastic fabricates Braille code on the screen of the phone provides Braille information on the screen so that visually impaired people can read them by touch it. Shaped like a traditional television remote, it is simple, the keypad in Braille at below of the phone and with a ‘touch’ Braille screen to make text messaging easy and fun for the impaired. This braille phone just won Red Dot Awards 2009.

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The Humanthesizer, is a joint creation between electronic musician Calvin Harris, Sony Music UK, and Bare conductive body ink, which turned 15 bikini-clad ladies into a giant human synthesizer capable of playing Harris’s latest single, Ready For The Weekend. The performers stand on the pads, and touch each other on the hands or body to complete a circuit and trigger a sound. Harris, his hands painted with the ink, played the main keyboard line and effects by interacting with a row of eight girls. The rhythmic portions of the track were played by seven dancers performing a carefully choreographed routine.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IObPkUFq0hg

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The Humanthesizer

Humanthesizer, a joint creation between electronic musician Calvin Harris, Sony Music UK, and Bare conductive body ink, which turned 15 bikini-clad ladies into a giant human synthesizer capable of playing Harris’s latest single, Ready For The Weekend. The performers stand on the pads, and touch each other on the hands or body to complete a circuit and trigger a sound. Harris, his hands painted with the ink, played the main keyboard line and effects by interacting with a row of eight girls. The rhythmic portions of the track were played by seven dancers performing a carefully choreographed routine.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IObPkUFq0hg

Braille Phone Concept is a concept phone for visually handicapped people. Designed by Seonkeun Park. The Braille phone using Electric Active Plastic fabricates Braille code on the screen of the phone provides Braille information on the screen so that visually impaired people can read them by touch it. Shaped like a traditional television remote, it is simple, the keypad in Braille at below of the phone and with a ‘touch’ Braille sreen to make text messaging easy and fun for the impaired. This braille phone just won Red Dot Awards 2009.

Ever wondered how wonderful it would be to play tennis with your mate in England while your in India. Well, a bunch of talented artists have done just that!

Using the World Wide Web, they played Layer Tennis — a series of live design events, held over a “season” of Fridays, where players from all over the world face off with with video, animation, sound, photos, typography and more.

The format is part competition, part collaboration — two players swap a file back and forth in real-time, adding to and embellishing the work. Each artist gets fifteen minutes to complete a “volley,” after which the artwork gets posted to the website. A third participant, a writer, provides play-by-play commentary on the action during each ten-volley match. In the end, the 9,000+  Season Ticket holders, yes, that’s how seriously they take the tennis metaphor — vote on the winner.


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