Auxilry are award-winning patented interchangeable clothing buttons that allow people to personally customize their garments and express signature style for a lasting impression without any sewing needed. Intelligently designed as a solution based innovation for both form and function, Auxilry integrates a 'no-sewing needed' feature with quick interchangeable button capability that creates a new category of accessories by re-inventing the traditional clothing button.
The Modulight sunlight reflector is a simple solution to provide more natural light to basement living spaces. Without the use of any tools or adhesive, the modular design lets you build a reflector to fit any space in minutes using an easy push fit assembly. The sturdy, light weight unit requires no complex installation as it will simply be moved into place once assembled. The intuitive design makes it accessible to everyone, anywhere, for any window.
During police and civil defense operations, clear and concise instructions are essential to the success of the operation and safety of both operators and civilians. In such operations tension can escalate very quickly and can occur during anywhere and anytime. Eluminance is a highly versatile carbon fiber module that houses a retractable and environment illuminated barrier tape. The design provides heightened visibility and ability to animate directions on the barrier tape. This gives operators greater crowd-control in escalated situations and helps in the cordoning of hazards clearly.
Older people suffer from many chronic diseases and are taking as many medicines. However, most elderly people often take medicines that do not fit the symptoms because of poor eyesight and poor memory. On the other hand, most conventional pills are similar and difficult to distinguish. Pimoji is shaped like an organ, so it's easy to see what organs or symptoms the drug can help. These Pimoji will help not only the elderly, but also the blind who suffer from blindness and are unable to distinguish drugs.
Venous Materials project envisions a new way to design dynamic tangible interactions using fluidic Interfaces. It is a new type of interactive material that is inspired by veins systems in nature and throughout the human body. When the user applies pressure or motion to the material, it dynamically displays geometric patterns and colors. The different patterns are displays that function as tangible sensors, to animate dynamic graphics, to create responsive objects for learning activities, and to visualize body movement and balance.
The most interesting ways artists from around the world use Facebook as a medium, as a source material or as a starting point for criticism. Among these is the creative use of the user profile to artistic pursuits, both purely aesthetic natures, both conceptual in nature. Rozita Fogelman place status publishes images composed of graphic symbols, which is an activity that led to the mastery of Facebook Museum page. Featured in: Experimental Film, Net Art. Facebook: the social network as a space for art.