1. The Rainbow Machine
The Rainbow Machine is a simple, joyful project that uses the idea of light painting to add a rainbow to the background of photos. Nice.
3. New York
Stunning photo series of NYC by Frederic Bourret offering unexpected angles and different perspectives.
4. Suitcase symphony
Gorgeous projection mapping project by Anti VJ inspired by the Icelandic volcano. Viewers watch as the landscape unfolds on the wall in front of them, and it’s one of the best projection mapping projects out there at interrogating the viewers’ visual perception of space.
Fluffy robot designed to ease depression in older people by keeping them company. It’s a great example of the idea that moving away from humanlike features can actually create a more emotional response in people. The Babyloid stays away from the creepiness that would come with simulating a real baby’s face, and in doing so it give people clear cues to which they can respond; LED lights turn red when it’s content and blue when it’s unhappy.
7. Barbara and Michael Leisgen
Nice photos from the 70s by the Leisgens.
8. The Joy of Books
9. Janine Trott
Photography with nice attention to set design by Janine Trott.
10. Gift of Life