Joon Moon's Augmented Shadow might be his graduate school project. Users manipulate encoded cubes that generate light and shadows, with the screentop's flattened, vaguely tribal-but-gothic little world feeling almost Burtonesque. But with a crazy physics engine. Be afraid, little villagers:
The age of cheap, plentiful sensors, tracking everything from heartrates to the noise pollution slowly driving everybody insane is here. Joe Saavedra's modular neuroid is a wearable, reconfigurable sensor system that monitors pollution we probably don't wanna know about.
Yahui Gu's @twitter project lets us do something everybody wants to do, at least a few times a day: Vaporize pointless tweets. The moral is something about information overload, but I was too busy shooting Twitter to ponder it. [Parsons]