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[Dean]
Li Hongbo - Pure White Paper
Watch video:http://vimeo.com/54967505#

[Dean]

Li Hongbo - Pure White Paper

Watch video:http://vimeo.com/54967505#

[Dean]
Microsoft’s New Envisioning Center: Live, Work, Play
Video:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ho00x7ZvDLw


http://aka.ms/envision - Take a glimpse inside the new Microsoft Envisioning Center, where visitors can experience conceptual prototypes that explore how services and devices will help us stay connected and transform the way we live, work and play.
This looks cool, This video makes it look ultra lame

[Dean]

Microsoft’s New Envisioning Center: Live, Work, Play

Video:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ho00x7ZvDLw

http://aka.ms/envision - Take a glimpse inside the new Microsoft Envisioning Center, where visitors can experience conceptual prototypes that explore how services and devices will help us stay connected and transform the way we live, work and play.

This looks cool, This video makes it look ultra lame

[Dean]
What the screen looks like on a Monday morning

[Dean]

What the screen looks like on a Monday morning

[Dean]
Anamorphic Sculptures by Jonty Hurwitz
London-based artist Jonty Hurwitz created these Anamorphic Sculptures which only reveal themselves when facing a reflective cylinder.
Hurwitz took an engineering degree in Johannesburg where he discovered the fine line between art and science. He has lived in England for many years, working in the online industry though he quietly levitated into the world of art inspired by a need to make ‘something real’. Hurwitz discovered that he could use science as an artistic paintbrush. Each of his sculptures is a study on the physics of how we perceive space and is the stroke of over 1 billion calculations and algorithms.
 

[Dean]

Anamorphic Sculptures by Jonty Hurwitz

London-based artist Jonty Hurwitz created these Anamorphic Sculptures which only reveal themselves when facing a reflective cylinder.

Hurwitz took an engineering degree in Johannesburg where he discovered the fine line between art and science. He has lived in England for many years, working in the online industry though he quietly levitated into the world of art inspired by a need to make ‘something real’. Hurwitz discovered that he could use science as an artistic paintbrush. Each of his sculptures is a study on the physics of how we perceive space and is the stroke of over 1 billion calculations and algorithms.

 

[Dean]
A Stronger Bike Helmet, Made of Cardboard and Inspired by a Woodpecker.
Great video documenting the making of the helmet link below:
http://www.good.is/posts/a-stronger-bike-helmet-made-of-cardboard-and-inspired-by-a-woodpecker

[Dean]

A Stronger Bike Helmet, Made of Cardboard and Inspired by a Woodpecker.

Great video documenting the making of the helmet link below:

http://www.good.is/posts/a-stronger-bike-helmet-made-of-cardboard-and-inspired-by-a-woodpecker

[Dean]
Jellyfish Madness by Alexander Semenov is an amazing series of underwater photographs about the invasion of the White Sea by Jellyfish.
Alexander Semonov is the Head of the Scientific Divers team at the White Sea Biological Station in Russia and is an underwater photographer.
Link:http://www.dejoost.com/jellyfish-madness-by-alexander-semenov/

[Dean]

Jellyfish Madness by Alexander Semenov is an amazing series of underwater photographs about the invasion of the White Sea by Jellyfish.

Alexander Semonov is the Head of the Scientific Divers team at the White Sea Biological Station in Russia and is an underwater photographer.

Link:http://www.dejoost.com/jellyfish-madness-by-alexander-semenov/

[Dean]
Aether is a series of images dealing with perception of the abstract. Their work shows the love they have to watch the surreal ever changing forms and colors, while imagining the weirdest objects, combinations and pictures.
Nicholas Alan Cope and Dustin Edward Arnold, both with a varying background in photography and design, soon recognized that they had a lot of things in common. Nicholas and Dustin met through a commercial project in 2007 and began their first collaboration in October of 2009. Each working beyond their respective discipline they combine and experiment the mediums of painting, chemistry, sculpture, fashion and installation as a part of their image-making process. Cope and Arnold are currently working on a number of projects and collaborations, which should be released this year.

[Dean]

Aether is a series of images dealing with perception of the abstract. Their work shows the love they have to watch the surreal ever changing forms and colors, while imagining the weirdest objects, combinations and pictures.

Nicholas Alan Cope and Dustin Edward Arnold, both with a varying background in photography and design, soon recognized that they had a lot of things in common. Nicholas and Dustin met through a commercial project in 2007 and began their first collaboration in October of 2009. Each working beyond their respective discipline they combine and experiment the mediums of painting, chemistry, sculpture, fashion and installation as a part of their image-making process. Cope and Arnold are currently working on a number of projects and collaborations, which should be released this year.

[Dean]
We went along to the 2012 Positive posters exhibition last night where the winner was announced Marc Clancy with his polar bear floating alone homeless, obviously due to global warming melting his habitat, a very deserving winner  
If you’ve never heard about Positive Posters here is a little about them:
Positive Posters is an Australian-based non-profit organisation that, with our community of designers, aims to raise international awareness for global social issues. We achieve this through an annual poster competition giving our community the opportunity to get together and have their say on a social issue or idea. Our community was founded upon our belief in the unrivaled ability of designers to create impact, communicate and spark revolutions.
http://positive-posters.com/

[Dean]

We went along to the 2012 Positive posters exhibition last night where the winner was announced Marc Clancy with his polar bear floating alone homeless, obviously due to global warming melting his habitat, a very deserving winner  

If you’ve never heard about Positive Posters here is a little about them:

Positive Posters is an Australian-based non-profit organisation that, with our community of designers, aims to raise international awareness for global social issues. We achieve this through an annual poster competition giving our community the opportunity to get together and have their say on a social issue or idea. Our community was founded upon our belief in the unrivaled ability of designers to create impact, communicate and spark revolutions.

http://positive-posters.com/

[Dean]
Philips Hue is a app-controlled LED bulb. You can use your smartphone or tablet to pick a color or select a color from any picture. It changes color as fast as you can move your finger over an image… Amazing! The app allows you to create personal light settings to your personal preference or mood. It also comes with preset scenes to help you energize or concentrate. Want to turn on the lights before you get home? Hue can do it! A programmable timer can also be used to wake, or sleep, to light. A starter pack includes three bulbs that simply screw into existing lamps, and a bridge that plugs into a WIFI router. The Philips Hue starter kit come with 3 LED bulbs and a bridge, the bridge can be used to connect up to 50 lamps (that’s probably your whole house)

[Dean]

Philips Hue is a app-controlled LED bulb. You can use your smartphone or tablet to pick a color or select a color from any picture. It changes color as fast as you can move your finger over an image… Amazing! The app allows you to create personal light settings to your personal preference or mood. It also comes with preset scenes to help you energize or concentrate. Want to turn on the lights before you get home? Hue can do it! A programmable timer can also be used to wake, or sleep, to light. A starter pack includes three bulbs that simply screw into existing lamps, and a bridge that plugs into a WIFI router. The Philips Hue starter kit come with 3 LED bulbs and a bridge, the bridge can be used to connect up to 50 lamps (that’s probably your whole house)

[Joe] I know we’re a little late on this one, but this is really cool! 

[Joe] I know we’re a little late on this one, but this is really cool! 

[Dean]
Li Hongbo - Pure White Paper
Watch video:http://vimeo.com/54967505#

[Dean]

Li Hongbo - Pure White Paper

Watch video:http://vimeo.com/54967505#

[Dean]
Microsoft’s New Envisioning Center: Live, Work, Play
Video:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ho00x7ZvDLw


http://aka.ms/envision - Take a glimpse inside the new Microsoft Envisioning Center, where visitors can experience conceptual prototypes that explore how services and devices will help us stay connected and transform the way we live, work and play.
This looks cool, This video makes it look ultra lame

[Dean]

Microsoft’s New Envisioning Center: Live, Work, Play

Video:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ho00x7ZvDLw

http://aka.ms/envision - Take a glimpse inside the new Microsoft Envisioning Center, where visitors can experience conceptual prototypes that explore how services and devices will help us stay connected and transform the way we live, work and play.

This looks cool, This video makes it look ultra lame

[Dean]
What the screen looks like on a Monday morning

[Dean]

What the screen looks like on a Monday morning

[Dean]
Anamorphic Sculptures by Jonty Hurwitz
London-based artist Jonty Hurwitz created these Anamorphic Sculptures which only reveal themselves when facing a reflective cylinder.
Hurwitz took an engineering degree in Johannesburg where he discovered the fine line between art and science. He has lived in England for many years, working in the online industry though he quietly levitated into the world of art inspired by a need to make ‘something real’. Hurwitz discovered that he could use science as an artistic paintbrush. Each of his sculptures is a study on the physics of how we perceive space and is the stroke of over 1 billion calculations and algorithms.
 

[Dean]

Anamorphic Sculptures by Jonty Hurwitz

London-based artist Jonty Hurwitz created these Anamorphic Sculptures which only reveal themselves when facing a reflective cylinder.

Hurwitz took an engineering degree in Johannesburg where he discovered the fine line between art and science. He has lived in England for many years, working in the online industry though he quietly levitated into the world of art inspired by a need to make ‘something real’. Hurwitz discovered that he could use science as an artistic paintbrush. Each of his sculptures is a study on the physics of how we perceive space and is the stroke of over 1 billion calculations and algorithms.

 

[Dean]
A Stronger Bike Helmet, Made of Cardboard and Inspired by a Woodpecker.
Great video documenting the making of the helmet link below:
http://www.good.is/posts/a-stronger-bike-helmet-made-of-cardboard-and-inspired-by-a-woodpecker

[Dean]

A Stronger Bike Helmet, Made of Cardboard and Inspired by a Woodpecker.

Great video documenting the making of the helmet link below:

http://www.good.is/posts/a-stronger-bike-helmet-made-of-cardboard-and-inspired-by-a-woodpecker

[Dean]
Jellyfish Madness by Alexander Semenov is an amazing series of underwater photographs about the invasion of the White Sea by Jellyfish.
Alexander Semonov is the Head of the Scientific Divers team at the White Sea Biological Station in Russia and is an underwater photographer.
Link:http://www.dejoost.com/jellyfish-madness-by-alexander-semenov/

[Dean]

Jellyfish Madness by Alexander Semenov is an amazing series of underwater photographs about the invasion of the White Sea by Jellyfish.

Alexander Semonov is the Head of the Scientific Divers team at the White Sea Biological Station in Russia and is an underwater photographer.

Link:http://www.dejoost.com/jellyfish-madness-by-alexander-semenov/

[Dean]
Aether is a series of images dealing with perception of the abstract. Their work shows the love they have to watch the surreal ever changing forms and colors, while imagining the weirdest objects, combinations and pictures.
Nicholas Alan Cope and Dustin Edward Arnold, both with a varying background in photography and design, soon recognized that they had a lot of things in common. Nicholas and Dustin met through a commercial project in 2007 and began their first collaboration in October of 2009. Each working beyond their respective discipline they combine and experiment the mediums of painting, chemistry, sculpture, fashion and installation as a part of their image-making process. Cope and Arnold are currently working on a number of projects and collaborations, which should be released this year.

[Dean]

Aether is a series of images dealing with perception of the abstract. Their work shows the love they have to watch the surreal ever changing forms and colors, while imagining the weirdest objects, combinations and pictures.

Nicholas Alan Cope and Dustin Edward Arnold, both with a varying background in photography and design, soon recognized that they had a lot of things in common. Nicholas and Dustin met through a commercial project in 2007 and began their first collaboration in October of 2009. Each working beyond their respective discipline they combine and experiment the mediums of painting, chemistry, sculpture, fashion and installation as a part of their image-making process. Cope and Arnold are currently working on a number of projects and collaborations, which should be released this year.

[Dean]
We went along to the 2012 Positive posters exhibition last night where the winner was announced Marc Clancy with his polar bear floating alone homeless, obviously due to global warming melting his habitat, a very deserving winner  
If you’ve never heard about Positive Posters here is a little about them:
Positive Posters is an Australian-based non-profit organisation that, with our community of designers, aims to raise international awareness for global social issues. We achieve this through an annual poster competition giving our community the opportunity to get together and have their say on a social issue or idea. Our community was founded upon our belief in the unrivaled ability of designers to create impact, communicate and spark revolutions.
http://positive-posters.com/

[Dean]

We went along to the 2012 Positive posters exhibition last night where the winner was announced Marc Clancy with his polar bear floating alone homeless, obviously due to global warming melting his habitat, a very deserving winner  

If you’ve never heard about Positive Posters here is a little about them:

Positive Posters is an Australian-based non-profit organisation that, with our community of designers, aims to raise international awareness for global social issues. We achieve this through an annual poster competition giving our community the opportunity to get together and have their say on a social issue or idea. Our community was founded upon our belief in the unrivaled ability of designers to create impact, communicate and spark revolutions.

http://positive-posters.com/

[Dean]
Philips Hue is a app-controlled LED bulb. You can use your smartphone or tablet to pick a color or select a color from any picture. It changes color as fast as you can move your finger over an image… Amazing! The app allows you to create personal light settings to your personal preference or mood. It also comes with preset scenes to help you energize or concentrate. Want to turn on the lights before you get home? Hue can do it! A programmable timer can also be used to wake, or sleep, to light. A starter pack includes three bulbs that simply screw into existing lamps, and a bridge that plugs into a WIFI router. The Philips Hue starter kit come with 3 LED bulbs and a bridge, the bridge can be used to connect up to 50 lamps (that’s probably your whole house)

[Dean]

Philips Hue is a app-controlled LED bulb. You can use your smartphone or tablet to pick a color or select a color from any picture. It changes color as fast as you can move your finger over an image… Amazing! The app allows you to create personal light settings to your personal preference or mood. It also comes with preset scenes to help you energize or concentrate. Want to turn on the lights before you get home? Hue can do it! A programmable timer can also be used to wake, or sleep, to light. A starter pack includes three bulbs that simply screw into existing lamps, and a bridge that plugs into a WIFI router. The Philips Hue starter kit come with 3 LED bulbs and a bridge, the bridge can be used to connect up to 50 lamps (that’s probably your whole house)

[Joe] I know we’re a little late on this one, but this is really cool! 

[Joe] I know we’re a little late on this one, but this is really cool! 

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