After these popular blockbusters spin around your DVD player for an hour or two, thermal ink on the disk changes to a Domino’s pizza and releases a hot cheese smell.
Because you’ve always wanted to eat a DVD.
Fans love to coach from the sidelines. So Carling made a custom Cup competition where South African soccer fans got to select the squads and vote on live substitutions.
The social impact was (predictably) massive.
People be up all night, knowledge producin’
We live today not in the digital, not in the physical, but in the kind of minestrone that our mind makes of the two.
—MoMA’s Paola Antonelli, mastermind of Talk to Me: Design and the Communication between People and Objects, at a recent TED salon titled “Design Is Everywhere.” (via explore-blog)
Puma’s Dance Dictionary is an interactive platform where written messages are re-composed as freestyle dance moves. The resulting “phrases” can be shared across social networks.
Call it body semiotics, but don’t belittle it as interpretative dance.
Somehow it’s supposed to sell fragrances.
Visualizing the impact of a bug repellent, this Italian billboard features a sticky swath of flypaper.
A few days after it was posted, curious Milanos saw the product’s power in over 230,000 local insects.