MIT has demonstrated a “Dynamic Shape Display” that can physically change shape to render 3D content.
The Madeleine is an analogue odour camera that attempts to allow us to be able to consume and record the world with our olfactory sense.
“The Human Body takes kids through a journey of their own insides. Breaking down human anatomy into different systems (the circulatory system, nervous system, limbic system, and so on), The Human Body teaches kids what their bodies do and how their bodies work through play exploration.”
Transform any flat surface into a 3D multitouch surface to control your computer, TV, or any other screen.
With this device, who needs mouse anymore?
“…it was just this idea about what it would be like to sever the dependence that computer programming languages have with plain text. What if you could program something with colors, or curlicues, shapes? Something that wasn’t the way of visualizing the code, but was the code?”
Nymi is a wearable device that uses the unique pattern of heartbeat to authenticate your identity to multiple devices.
the concept of wearable NFC or RFID device applied to public transportation: instead of fishing a farecard out of a wallet, pocket, or bag, a user simply swipes their ring at a turnstile and refills it either online or at a vending machine.