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A Rear-Projection Mirror Fixture System for Multi-Touch Tabletops « Hochschule Rheinmain « Johannes Luderschmidt's Blog

A Rear-Projection Mirror Fixture System for Multi-Touch Tabletops

“Muwi” sizes the yard and automatically cuts the grass. The cut grass is stored inside. As the cut grass begins to accumulate inside the machine, “Muwi” constructs and compresses the cut grass into two types of blocks... discs or balls... play time!

Muwi Innovative Lawn Mower 2 designed in South Korea. Muwi icalculates the size of the lawn and automatically cuts the grass. As the grass cuttings accumulate inside the machine, Muwi constructs and compresses them into cylindrical blocks.

Twintable

The TwinTable – A Multi-Touch Tabletop System for Tangible Interaction

Produced by PPP http://ppp.tokyo.jp/works/tsumiki?lang=en  TSUMIKI is an interactive toy that combines building blocks with the digital world. The blocks' layout and positions are read by a sensor, and an image is projection-mapped onto the blocks to match how they are stacked. Depending upon how they are stacked, you can make animals appear or play number games, and illuminations are projected onto the completed built design. It is a unique experience that broadens enjoyment of building ...

Produced by PPP http://ppp.tokyo.jp/works/tsumiki?lang=en TSUMIKI is an interactive toy that combines building blocks with the digital world. The blocks' layout and positions are read by a sensor, and an image is projection-mapped onto the blocks to match how they are stacked. Depending upon how they are stacked, you can make animals appear or play number games, and illuminations are projected onto the completed built design. It is a unique experience that broadens enjoyment of building ...

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Singapore artist Anton Tang has managed to breathe life into tiny cardboard people. These little people are called Danboard and are cute and funny.

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This Modified Desktop Computer Uses its Own Heat to Grow Plants

green computing / bio computer (wheatgrass grown from the heat of computer) by Mike Schropp

A short video of one way to use the Mash breakout node in Maya.

Maya Mash: Breakout node - Part 1 on Vimeo

Stephen Hawkings The Meaning of Life (John Conway's Game of Life segment)

Stephen Hawkings The Meaning of Life (John Conway's Game of Life segment)

The subdivision of the space facilitates the intuitive understanding of the concept of equidistance which is the basis of the Voronoi diagram. - Interactive table

Understanding geometry doesn't require pen, paper, and textbooks. Another way to learn geometry is to experience it and experiment with it. This is the philosophy…

Ping Pong Plus ( cool desing,woow..)

Ping Pong Plus - hiroshi ishi ping pong

Room Racers - Gameplay Trailer (November 2010 version) by Lieven van Velthoven. Create your own race game tracks by placing real stuff on the floor! Race with up to 4 virtual cars around anything you can find in your home...

Room Racers - Gameplay Trailer (November 2010 version) by Lieven van Velthoven. Create your own race game tracks by placing real stuff on the floor! Race with up to 4 virtual cars around anything you can find in your home.

Tangible Pixels - YouTube

In this project, we design and implement 40 identical modular architectural blocks, named Tangible Pixels, with swarm computing mechanism embedded.

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