Fin – another new gesture based device



Developed by a team in India, Fin is essentially a thumb ring that allows the user to make their whole palm a gesture interface to interact with various devices.


Unbelievable Bus Shelter

Pepsi Max surprise commuters with an ‘unbelievable’ augmented reality experience at a bus shelter on New Oxford Street in London.

Cleveland Cavaliers 3D court projection

Another beautiful example of 3D projection done on a mass scale.  It was done by Quince Imaging. It’s refreshing to see that this one isn’t done by Moment Factory.

Check it here: http://www.5by.com/cool/posts/4NX/cleveland-cavaliers-pregame-3d-court-projection

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Be a team player with Duracell’s custom bus shelter – it will warm your hands

Our long cold winter is good for something. A custom bus shelter was setup in Montreal to promote Duracell’s new battery. By connecting the plus and the minus you can trigger the heating element installed above your head. The catch is that you can’t do it alone but have to use another person. Very cool!

Audi OOH optical illusion

Audi is using an outdoor board to show how our eyes can play tricks on us. This is done to promote Audi’s new hazard detection system. Wait till the end of the clip to see the actual ad. Simple and beautiful.


Lego robot controlled by Android will beat anyone at Rubik’s cube

Cubestormer 3 can assemble the cube in 3.253 seconds and is faster than Cubestormer 2. By how much you ask? Over 2 seconds!

At the heart of the robot is a Samsung Galaxy S4 an the actual robot is built using Lego’s Mindstorm actuators. I wonder if Cubestormer 4 can beat that record in the future…


Duracell Moments of Warmth

Anyone interested in touching a strangers hands at a bus stop? Probably not. But the folks over at Duracell provided an incentive for strangers to join hands to initiate a heater within a bus shelter to provide some warmth in one of the coldest winters in history!

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Pizza Hut’s Interactive Concept Table

Pizza Hut recently teamed up with a shop down in Austin, Texas to develop a interactive table which lets customers build their own pizza’s right in front of them and pay through their phone. While this is only concept table, it’s an interesting idea and nicely executed by the team at Chaotic Moon Studios. Could this be a future dining experience?