inFORM — Stunning development by MIT’s Media Lab allows the digital manipulation of real objects using a Kinect sensor and a motorized board. Should I use a carousel? — No, you shouldn’t.
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Double exposures — Mashable created a nice collection of Instagram double exposures. API Commons — An open, non-profit registry for developers to share and reuse API specifications, interfaces and data models. PyData videos — A collection of videos from PyData’s … Continue reading
Touch Board — Transform touch into sound with this unbelievably cool, open source, Arduino-compatible device. The possibilities are endless. Big brother bundle — A collection of big brother-themed games, graphic novels, documentaries, music and books curated by Wikileaks’ Daniel Domscheit-Berg. … Continue reading
Happy Ada Lovelace Day! — Celebrate the achievements of women in science, technology, engineering and math. Cloudpaint — Because we will never get enough of MacPaint.
Bisous les copains — Wonderful gifs from French artist Guillaume Kirkdjian. Support free software — Richard Stallman’s impassioned Wired article on why we must win control of all the software we use.
Firefox fright — Was it the gumboots? Robot friends — Who needs human friends when you can hang out with these robots?
Hackable Excel art — 73-year old Tatsuo Horiuchi uses Excel to create his art because it’s “easier to use than [Microsoft] Paint.” Download and hack his beautiful spreadsheets. The internet: not a series of tubes — Don’t Fear the Internet … Continue reading
Procatinator — What do you get when you pair cat gifs with music? 30 minutes lost from your day.
NYC’s Open Data — A visualization of the 1100+ open datasets made available by New York City created using the “dataset of datasets” and the Socrata Open Data API.