EYEO 2011-2015: The Book! To celebrate the Eyeo Festival's 5th Anniversary they've assembled a fantastic book tapping all 5 years of creative coders, data lovers, artists who've spoken. (It's the last day to order a copy.)
Acoustruments by Disney Research is a passive, acoustically-driven interactive control for hand held devices. Ultrasonic pulses pass through an enclosed tube where subtle changes are sensed and used as an interface.
Google's Project Fi - A program to deliver a fast, easy wireless experience that currently works on the Nexus 6 using T-mobile and Sprint when not on wifi. And you get reimbursed for the data you don't use!
William Delvigne, French designer presented Vézère, game covered beech salad and Kerrock (composite), an invitation to share and reference to primitive tools, hence the name, Vézère where "prehistoric valley".
The Running Rabbit Bracelet is inspired by Italian Futurist. The idea was to record several phases of movement in wave-like trails on one surface. The Running Rabbit Bracelet looks to capture the beautiful rabbit running in motion.
Modular Lighting Instruments Vaeder Light. Its honeycomb structure in combination with a wafer-thin diffuser reduces glare to a minimum while Vaeder’s groundbreaking LED lighting results in an energy-efficient and high-performing office fixture.
Marjan Van Aubel's Current Window - a modern version of stained glass — using current technologies. The coloured pieces of glass are generating electricity from daylight, and can even harness diffused sunlight.
Ian Cooke, a young American designer based in the Philadelphia side presents his project made flesh side of Copenhagen as part of a workshop, called Seneca flesh, a comfortable sitting entirely of wood.
FREE PIXEL, designed by Carlo Ratti Associati for Artemide, explores a future where LED emitters can work as single, liberated units which use a power-supplying magnetic support (in this case moved by robotic arm)
Epicurean Cutting Boards - from kitchen eco-friendly cutting boards to BIG GAME Cutting Boards - perfect for your tailgate! And you can even get one that breaks down into pieces to store. (Maybe the NOTFZJ80 Project needs one?)