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Puny screens of smartphones are no match for the giant display of the YouTube theater. Created by artist Aaron Jones, YoutubeTheater is a guerrilla theater where users can run videos from a smartphone onto a large screen. Smartphones can dock into the theater that takes advantage of public accessibility of wireless networks to project media from the phone onto a large screen. The theater is planned at the site of a garage in Detroit, where the existing wall will be used as a projection surface.
Guss modular lighting system from designer Santiago Sevillano can have a number of shapes, you just need to have enough creativity to put its units together in the shape you choose. The light is made out of numerous urvilinear components, which can be separated, recombined, and mixed and matched to create the lamp of your choice, in the look that works best for you.
The super thin and super light PaperPhone has about the same thickness as a sheet of paper, but it also has the capabilities you expect from a smartphone. Display for the phone is a flexible e-ink, and users can interact with it by bending the device, flipping corners, or writing on it with a stylus. The prototype phone has memory storage, audio playback, texting, and can make phone calls. And you’ve probably noticed that it does not have a camera or a color display. PaperPhone is the invention of Roel Vertegaal, the director of Queen’s University Human Media Lab in Kingston, Ontario.
The video seems to be a rather unusual style for promoting a ninja videogame, but boobies make everything better, so it’s all good. Don’t forget to nod along when you watch.
We’ve come to expect a Chinese connection when we hear of DIY transformer sculptures, and we’re rarely disappointed. These sculptures were on display at the Nanjing International Auto Exhibition in China. These Transformers resembling pieces have been made waste pieces/ scraps from cars and bikes. No wonder some of them look so angry.