Here's something beautiful: a mechanical garden that responds to your step. It makes me feel like I'm in Wonderland.
Human Wind Chime is a light and sound sculpture by Mindy Tchieu, Patricia Adler and Saul Kessler that comprises 25 four-inch polypropylene balls, each of which is outfitted with an LED and arranged in a descending spiral. When touched, each ball lights up and emits a sound, with each ball's pitch corresponding to its…
I'm surprised something like the Swig & Jig hadn't been invented yet, but so glad that someone finally got around to making a liquor cabinet that throws a party every time you take out a drink.
I'm not sure if a dress composed of a few dozen dragon skin silicone tiles—each infused with an LED light—is the most comfortable or practical thing to wear, but it sure does create all kinds of possibilities.
If you've ever wanted to see the places you frequent most rendered as a heat map, Steven Lehrburger's Where Do You Go project for NYU's ITP Winter Show is worth a pixelated look.