Photos Caleb Charland! “Demonstrations” combines my scientific curiosity with a constructive approach to making pictures. I utilize everyday objects and fundamental forces to illustrate my own experiences.
Yoav Kotik's work with bottle caps has focused on jewelry, but he currently has an exhibition at Periscope Gallery in Tel Aviv showcasing bottle caps transformed into sculpture and home decor products. My favorite is the bottle cap light shade.
So strange - the Tuttuki Bako, an interactive game system that requires you to insert your finger into the device to interact with the games. The display shows a digital replica of your finger - you can then play with a panda or annoy a girl by touching her face.
Jin-Young Lee's Da-Bloom table - a multifunctional piece of furniture with layered 'leaves' that can be used as table surfaces, a bench, etc. The design was inspired by a blooming flower and is made of plywood and plastic.
Impressive visualization by Quentin Delobel of the information available about Josef Muller-Brockmann and the international typographical style online. I love the pattern of inter-site links in the center of the circle.
Wat Pa Maha Chedi Kaew temple was built with more than a million glass bottles, in Thailand's Sisaket province, about 600 km (370 miles) northeast of Bangkok. Amazing! So, recycling is next to Godliness?
Unraveling sticky tape in a vacuum produces enough x-rays to actually take images. Great video of the geeky scientists playing with tape and x-rays. The chance this could be used in third world clinics with no electricity blows my mind.
The world's first commercial wave farm recently went live off the coast of Portugal. Designed by Pelamis Wave Power, the farm employs three snakelike Energy Converters to generate 2.25 MW of electricity - enough for 1,500 homes.