We have art museums, history museums, and science museums, but what about the internet? The Big Internet Museum gives vistors a full walkthrough of the history of the internet, how it started and beyond. This interactive museum, created by TBWA\NEBOKO, tells you all about memes, gifs, email, emoticons, and even spam. The museum is always growing and also encourages visitors to contribute to the museum’s various ‘wings.’
VML Australia, a digital ad agency, took the opportunity this holiday to create an interactive holiday card called ‘Reindeer Races.’ The card leads the users to a website and an epic-themed video; where they can virtually race between friends or a computer bot. Check out the site here to play!
Check out this fun little invention called, ‘Beet Box.’ Beet Box is a simple instrument that lets players to create drum beats by tapping 3 beets. It is powered by touch sensors and is amplified within a wooden enclosure. Take a look at the video below to see this fun gadget in action!
BeetBox Demo from Scott Garner on Vimeo.
Emmanuel Jose, a designer and paper-cutting artist, has transformed decks of cards into amazing pieces of artwork. An ongoing project, The Curator Deck, features a variety of re-imagined sets of cards. His project is ongoing and can also be purchased.
A little out there, but quite innovating, nevertheless! Israeli designer, Nitsan Debbi created ‘bread technology,’ in which working devices are baked into fresh loaves of bread. As an inudustrial design student of the Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design in Jerusalem, Debbi explains that the pieces were created to ‘highlight the contrast between hi-tech and low-tech.’