Performer, web-toymaker and philosopher-comic Ze Frank offers his signature blend of comedy, technology and social theory, with hilarious takes on Google, video games, and haiku, to name but a few. All the while, he makes brilliant use of the screen to twist the meaning of his spoken words.
I’m just putting the finishing touches on Lovehorns.com. Kyle Jackson an artist from Nova Scotia Canada has been in the studio developing his latest series of interactive art called the lovehorn.
The Lovehorn is an interactive art sculpture offering a fun and imaginative way to express yourself and start conversations. Honking this happy rubber horn, housed in a custom carved and painted box sculpture ( 1 foot sq. x 4 inch deep), makes you smile, transmits your emotions and sends out a charming, colourful, and contemplative message.
This is the ultimate hug maker, honking this horn can mean any number of things, from lets get silly to I need some loving. Have a look at the site and let me know what you think.
Online software tools have begun to grow up. They aren’t far from most desktop apps. The new Scrapblog is an iPhoto type application available directly online. It provides access to your other community photo albums and your desktop photos. Edit, crop, color correct and publish. You can save to your desktop or publish into your new ScrapBlog. Welcome to web 2.0
This is a recent project which I’ve been participating in as one of the founders. We have set up this group to help foster interest and knowledge in the field of Robotics. The principal languages of this community are Spanish and Catalan, although english is also represented. We are mainly focused on activities , forums, conferences and such originating in Europe and more specifically Spain. If you’re a bot nut, join the group, or just stop in and check it out.