This might look like result of some pro-level CGI, or perhaps even a glimpse into your imagination, but in fact it's a photograph taken in Antarctica just this last week.
Mosaic posters made with Lego bricks are a dime a dozen, but this one is different and absolutely awesome: a lenticular poster that makes Batman transform into the Joker as you pass by. And the Brian Bolland's versions, no less.
These lenticular lens floor tiles are designed to organize pedestrian traffic flow, forcing people to walk on one side of the thoroughfare. It'll work, if only because people will need to step to the side to puke.
Mercedes has announced plans to implement what they call a Splitview Command display in new S-Class models—a means for the passenger and driver to see different images on the same surface.
Seiko Epson has designed a new glasses-free display that really has the potential to bring 3D-displays to cellphones and PMPs sooner rather than later. It's a bit similar to the old kid's classic lenticular images (you know: they come with a lined plastic face, and when you twist them you see a changing picture,) and…