Watch more about this very cool dashboard on ABHD

The dashboard has a projection mapping system build in, that projects visuals on a grid. Ultra cool!

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Markus Kayser Solar Sinter Project

In a world increasingly concerned with questions of energy production and raw material shortages, this project explores the potential of desert manufacturing, where energy and material occur in abundance.

In this experiment sunlight and sand are used as raw energy and material to produce glass objects using a 3D printing process, that combines natural energy and material with high-tech production technology.

Solar-sintering aims to raise questions about the future of manufacturing and triggers dreams of the full utilisation of the production potential of the world’s most efficient energy resource – the sun. Whilst not providing definitive answers, this experiment aims to provide a point of departure for fresh thinking.

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Syndicate all your social media content (and more) with @IFTTT #koodoo


We here at Koodoo Lifestyle think that IFTTT (If This Then That) will be very big and grow on and on. It is a smart online tool to connect your social media platforms and software using so called ‘recipes’.

If you made a smart recipe, you can share it with others. Automatisation will grow, because people will have more and more platforms to maintain, and will use tools like IFTTT to make things easier and save time to do other tasks.

Well done! It is also a very friendly and modern company, situated in San Francisco, so give those people a visit if you’re there.

Here are some smart recipes from Alexander Tibbets. Or, have a look in all shared recipes here.

Have a look at the amazing capabilities in this video (ignore the message at 0:32)


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Dutch Einstein invents amazing products


Ruben van der Vleuten: designer in progress. Focussing on industrial design and currently studying at the Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design (CIID). We really like his ideas, especially Skube and Blind Maps. Very smart inventions.


Rethinking home audio and understanding how and where people share music was the jumping point for creating Skube. We are moving more towards a digital and online music listening experience, current portable music players are not adapted for this environment. And sharing music in communal spaces is neither convenient nor easy, especially when we all have such different taste in music.

The result of this exploration is Skube, a music player that allows you to discover and share music and facilitates the decision process of picking tracks when in a communal setting.

It is a fully working prototype through the combination of using Arduino, Max/MSP and an XBee wireless network. It accesses the API to populate the Skube with tracks and scrobble, and using their algorithms to find similar music when in Discover mode. Then using Applescript, we get Spotify to play the music. It uses XBees for the wireless communication between the each Skubes and to the computer using custom software that manages all this.

This project was the result of the Tangible User Interface (TUI) course at CIID together with Andrew NipAndrew Spitz and Malthe Borch.


Blind Maps

Blind Maps is a navigation system for the iPhone. The concept focuses on the visually impaired, and explores a device to improve their ability to discover and navigate confidently through a city. By connecting the device to an iPhone, the user receives real-time tangible feedback on the route through a braille-like interface.

This is project is the result of a 36 hours project at CIID together with Andrew Spitz and Markus Schmeiduch.

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Watch your own portrait being drawn by a robot in real time! #weblab #google

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This is SO cool. In the Web Lab section of Google, there’s now an experiment called Sketchbots. By uploading an image, one of the drawing robots situated in the Science Museum London will start sketching your portrait on a surface. It is filmed in realtime and can be viewed in a YouTube stream.

So if you have any friends or family in London, tell them to go to the museum and watch the robot, upload your picture and they will see it drawing your portrait live.