The Strandbeest and it's glittering seaside evolution

The Strandbeest and its glittering seaside evolution

Theo Jansen’s strandbeests are composed of spindly plastic organs that take elephantine strides. They have guts that store energy and are powered by wind. They are sensitive mechanical beasts that can even detect water. Each of Jansen’s ingenious strandbeests are … Continue reading The Strandbeest and its glittering seaside evolution

Art: Chris McVeigh’s yea olde DIY LEGO kits for vintage nerds of the 80’s and 90’s

Apparently it’s possible to build a whole range of vintage tech hubris from the 80’s and 90’s through the power of LEGO. One guy named Chris McVeigh has pain-stakingly put together step-by-step guides to building Ataris and Nintendo gaming consoles, … Continue reading Art: Chris McVeigh’s yea olde DIY LEGO kits for vintage nerds of the 80’s and 90’s

Tech: See Now allows you to experience being blind in your neighbourhood

The See Now Blind Simulator allows the viewer to experience what it’s like to be blind with a variety of degenerative eye conditions, while walking around your own neighbourhood. This ingenious idea of immersive and experiential marketing comes from the … Continue reading Tech: See Now allows you to experience being blind in your neighbourhood

Travel: Story Map plunges you into a thousand Dublin streets and their hidden stories

Created in 2011, Storymap is still an oldie but a goodie. It’s the creation of two Dublin filmmakers, Andy Flaherty and Tom Rowley. They had just been abroad and were sick and tired of the notion that Dublin and Ireland in … Continue reading Travel: Story Map plunges you into a thousand Dublin streets and their hidden stories