30 free-to-use pianos have been scattered around old London town as a part of this month’s Sing London festival, encouraging pedestrians to hit the keys and engage with their urban environment. The arts project entitled “Play Me, I’m Yours” was created by Luke Jerram and invites all members of the public to get involved.
This ad for Amnesty International called Eye Tracking was recently installed on a bus stop in Hamburg, Germany – featuring a built-in camera and eye-tracking technology. When no-one is looking, the ad displays an image depicting a case of domestic violence. Once the camera detects an onlooker, it switches (after a delay), showing the same [...]
A Sainsbury’s supermarket here in the UK has installed a power-generating parking lot, that aims to use kinetic energy produced from the motion of customers’ cars to power the store’s checkouts.
New Book Smell is an aerosol aroma that emulates that lovely, freshly printed scent you get from brand new novels. Designed for people making the shift to e-books, this olfactory-experience-in-a-can will let you have your scent and smell it too.
Gift cards are fun to spend, but they fail to provide that instant gratification you get from a present you can play with immediately. That’s where this little gadget comes in. Called the Gift Card Puzzle Vault, it essentially seals your recipient’s present inside a clear plastic maze that must be cracked before they can [...]
Paper clips are clever little doodads, but why restrict their use to merely holding documents together? The Giant Paperclip Coat Hook proves the humble paperclip can be so much more – in this case a streamlined hanger for your hats, coats, scarves or even bags.