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Exquisite Corpse Translated for Open Source
A Surrealist approach informs the process of open software and coding.

 
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3D Relief Interface
Using an array of 120 motorized pins this interface concept brings maps and other media to life.

 
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(Pics) A Watch That Tells Psychological Time
Aiming to capture the personal, shifting nature of time, illi & Julien ADO have created Artime, a concept watch that attempts to get into harmony with the individual user's relationship with time.

 
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Barcelona's Innovative Public Recycling Containers
Barcelona's Environmental Department have produced new waste recycling containers which are designed for easy use by the city's whole population.

 
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A Hearing Aid for Hipsters
What do you get when you combine increased use of alternative jewelery (read: ear plugs) with a generation with ears blown out from concerts and heavy iPod listening?

 

In the second day of Wordcamp NYC last month I was asked to repeat my Open Source Design presentation in a 5 minutes version for the whole of the conference audience. I just realized somebody uploaded a video of it to YouTube, but since it’s a bit shaky and the image quality could be better I decided to extract the audio from it and post it with my slides. I am blasting through it, but I still thought you might find it valuable. Enjoy and definitely comment if you would…

 
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