Tag: Magical-Interaction


Neon Waterfalls

Natural landscape lit up by artificial light. It’s Neon Luminance, a project by San Francisco-based photographers Sean Lenz and Kristoffer Abildgaard, that transforms the waterfalls of Northern California into a glowing scenery using a colorful range of glow sticks, lasers, road flares, headlamps.

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Googles Natural Tracking Technology

Search giant Google is developing a new interaction sensor that can track movements with great accuracy using radar technology. It’s only the size of a small computer chip and can be inserted into everyday objects and things we use daily.

Watch the video for a guaranteed moment of amazement. If the Google’s Soli technology final implementation will be as precise as the demonstration, we may soon all be making magical gestures to interact with our digital devices. And the best thing: it will feel entirely natural.


Musical Journey Through the Human Body

If you want to take a journey through your body and experience the sound of your blood flow, there’s an app for that! De Motu is an interactive music app that enables the users to follow their blood as it circulates through the organs, letting them experience the human anatomy through music and influence the sound with their own body.

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Artificial Intelligence

The Sound System that Knows your Mood

BeoSound Moment, by Danish company Bang & Olufsen, is a sound system that uses artificial intelligence to predict the music the user is in the mood for. The device works thanks to a recent innovation, called PatternPlay, that enables the system to learn listening behavior and musical preferences from every interaction with the user.

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Controlling Smart Devices with the Skin

Wearable devices have become increasingly popular and important in design, with a particular attention to the skin. According to the researchers behind iSkin project, the epidermis is indeed the next frontier.

iSkin is a flexible, stretchable and visually customizable on-body touch sensor for mobile computing. Simply place the patch on any part of the body and you have your own touch interface. With a few simple taps you can answer calls, play music or answer an email.

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Intimate Technology

New Friends? Let Social Textiles Help You

Although social media helps us connect with more people in a highly efficient way, the act is still far from real human interaction. We share posts, upload photos or post status updates, looking frantically at our screens for likes, shares or comments. A group of students at the MIT Media Lab, named Fluid Interfaces Group, is working on an electronic textile that might help us interact with people based on our social media profiles.

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Bioluminescent Forest

Two artists, two projectors and a forest. For six weeks the duo, composed of Friedrich van Schoor and Tarek Mawad, immersed themselves in nature in order to create a “personification” of the environment. Fascinated by the bioluminescence phenomenon, they transformed trees and mushrooms into entities that glowed, sparked, and radiated with light. The result is Bioluminescent Forest, a film that shows the subtle beauty of the forest illuminated with projection-mapped light.

Via The Creators Project


Solaris: Mind-Controlled Magnets

Have you always want to move objects or control machines just by thinking about doing it? Well, I know I have. In the last week we came across a project named Solaris, an installation that gives participants the power to control a pool of ferrofluids (magnetic fluids) with their brainwaves.

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Goehring of the AutoNOMOS research team of the Artificial Intelligence Group at the Freie Universitaet (Free University) demonstrates a hands-free driving of the research car named 'MadeInGermany' during a test in Berlin

BrainDriver: the Mind Controlled Car

German researchers have just made possible to drive a car using only the thoughts.

The BrainDriver consists of a headset with 16 sensors that monitor electrical signals from the brain. After reading these signals through the skull, the system has to turn them into instructions for the car.

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