Pianophase.com is a performance and visualization of the first section from Steve Reich’s 1967 piece Piano Phase. Two pianists repeat the same twelve note sequence, but one gradually speeds up. The musical patterns are visualized by drawing two lines, one following each pianist. The sound is performed live in the browser with the Web Audio API, and drawn with HTML5 Canvas.
created by Alexander Chen
No longer should we have to beg a block’s worth of bartenders to let us charge our dead phones. What if USB outlets were treated like public property instead?
Thanks to a trio of hardware designers and engineers who generated the idea at the MIT Media Lab, Boston is now turning to cute benches that can charge mobile devices. With 10 already installed in parks across the city in a pilot project, the solar-powered “Soofas” mark a new milestone in smart urban furniture.
Bus Roots is a living garden planted on the roofs of city buses (NY). It’s an effort that rose out of New York City designer Marco Antonio Castro Cosio’s graduate thesis at the NYU
The Glacier Skywalk is a 1475-foot long (450-metre) interpretive walk carved and folded into the mountainous landscape of Jasper National Park in the Canadian Rockies.
Octopus Tablet Stand V.2
3D modeling by Colin Payson
This is the best and useful print among all 3D prints I’ve printed recently. I printed it in 0.20mm resolution(middle range) and it took 6? 8? hours - not quiet long. The result feels very solid and it’s doing great job as my iPad stand. Thanks for making this great thing. 최근 3D 프린팅한 녀석들중에 이놈이 최고. 대략 6시간인가 8시간인가 걸렸던듯.
This is pretty gorgeous. There are some nice two-color prints and painted versions, too.