Jack Chalkley's Timeline Tools considers the possibility of tracking the actions of tools, giving each tool in a toolbox the ability to log it's removal and return, and compiling them into a tweetable timeline.
Perry the Platy-BUS ~ amazing making of video of the conversion from trailer to platypus as well as looks into the impressively branded Phineas and Ferb booth and merchandise at SD Comic Con. (And awesome platypus stools! and limited ed. toys)
dSLR Camera Bank... yes, like a coin bank. Somewhere between the ultimate tease of a gift and a nice way to save up while you try to buy your dream camera? You're going to need a lot of coins to buy one though!
Robo Mimicry ~ Shawn Sims and Karl Willis at CMU turn a kinect into an eye for this large robotic arm allowing it to mimic his hand's motions in z-space creating beautiful light-writing. Imagine the possibilities?
Rorschmap - James Bridle's kaleidescopic twist on Google Maps ~ letting you explore the globe through a lens unlike any other ~ let it simple "GO!" and it will mesmerize you as it flies through the world...
Trailer for "In Time": "In the late 21st century, time has replaced money as the unit of currency. At 25 years old, aging stops and each person is given one more year to live. Unless you replenish your clock, you die."
Toyota Eco-Mobility Exhibition Building. Located under photovoltaic panel, surrounded by concrete pillars of complex geometry, the exhibition asks: How can we move today, tomorrow and in the future without harming the environment?
Pixels everywhere, on your phone, computer or camera. A pixel itself has little value, only the interaction with its neighbors gets real meaning. Jonas Vorwerk and Yoren Schriever explore this in the interactive installation 'Pixels'.