A great new app for kids to draw and learn the alphabet! Drawnimal let your kids think outside the box and play both digitally and manually.
Jonathan Robson, ‘Cause life size LEGO helmets are cool’, and we agree! has created this super fun, life-size LEGO Space Helmet for kids that plays downloadable audio tracks for comics.
The concept designed by Jonathan Robson is based on a LEGO helmet with a gold space visor. The helmet acts as a headset for listening to the audio for LEGO comics as well as a role-playing toy. Once subscribed to Audio Comic, you’ll receive the LEGO comic through the post with your activation code to download the audio onto a USB brick. Simply slot the brick into the back of the helmet, put it on and enjoy the exciting LEGO Audio comic experience!
The project uses custom software developed using openKinect and openFrameworks. To create an army figurine style souvenir, visitors use 3 kinect sensors to create a 360-degree scan which creates input pointclouds. Meshlab then uses these combined pointclouds to create a Poisson reconstruction, which is cleaned up via Blender and Skeinforge before being fed into a cnc machine (Rapman 3.1), which prints out the souvenir.
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This really did make me laugh! Via Art Threat.
Do Royal weddings and indeed all the incessant chatter about the upcoming April 29 Royal wedding make you sick to the stomach? Feel the need to expel the grossness that has entered your being by way of absurd attention paid to an absurd group of elites whose only claim to fame and fortune is hereditary theft and bad haircuts? Then look no further! UK artist Lydia Leith has created the “Royal Wedding Sick Bag” for the occasion. “Throne up” into yours today!
A most marvelous collection of vintage ads, some of which really tickle my pants!
A really funny read from the Johnson Banks blog. Nice one!
You can see how it could happen.
Tap ‘London Olympics logo’ into Google images and you get a motley collection of real and made-up logos. And, yes, one which has been hastily rejigged to say, er, sh*t.
Ok, easy laugh, ha-ha, move on.
But imagine, for a moment, that you’re designing the website for the upcoming University Olympics in Shenzen. You’re almost certainly Chinese. You’ve sorted out your home page, and you want to include links at the bottom to other Olympic organisations.
You might not read English that well. You go to Google images, you pick one from the top line, you insert, job done…
Go here to see the real thing.
What can I say? Shit happens.Read More