- augmented reality
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Monthly Archives: March 2012
A Completely Edible Cookbook That Bakes Into a Lasagne. <<click to read post
Wow. Need to look into this one, but can’t find much info online yet. Here’s what we do know: It’s the World’s First Virtual Shopping Store In Korea The ‘shelves’ are all actually LCD screens Touch what you want to … Continue reading
Not too keen on Jonathan Ross any more, but wow. Gutted to have missed this performance from last week’s show. Labrinth – a TNBT from December 2010 – perfoming Earthquake. Tune. You’re welcome. A big TVM to Nomaan Kashif Tariq … Continue reading
Lots of press coverage about chia at the moment. According to the BBC, “Chia, or Salvia hispanica L, is a member of the mint family from Mexico and South America.” Currently used as a bread ingredient in the UK, chia … Continue reading
(At the Martin Gropius-Bau building in Berlin) I want a newspaper room.
I posted about the aqua trend back in January this year and today’s i has a feature on the rise in aqua fitness workouts. Working out in the water takes a lot more effort than on land, so it burns … Continue reading
Touch-enabled wall paint converts skin contact into electronics control | Springwise.
In France, QR code stickers provide medical data for emergency responders | Springwise. Finally, a worthwhile use of QR codes!
8 metres tall 8 layers Weighs 8,000kg 500kg of eggs 260kg of flour 200kg of cream 100kg of fruit 80kg of chocolate 20 chefs More than 24 hours Shared out amongst 3,000 people
Does it help the homeless to turn them into Wi-Fi hotspots? | John Bird | Comment is free | guardian.co.uk
Does it help the homeless to turn them into Wi-Fi hotspots? | John Bird | Comment is free | guardian.co.uk.