A group of British animation students at Kingston University, however, found the recently discarded designs irresistible, and crafted a huge mock-iPhone with moving “onscreen” parts from paper, plywood and fiberboard. The animated result, in the words of Fast Company, creates a “cognitive dissonance by mirroring iOS through its real-world cues.”
They've done it! Who? Pop Secret.
Pop Dongle is a mobile phone attachment that emits the sweet-and-salty smell of popcorn as you play the brand's mobile game, Poptopia, available for iPhone and iPod Touch. The game asks you to pop kernels, and everytime you swipe the butter inside the game, the Dongle will emit a spritz of popcorn scent. How did they do it? The dongle plugs into the audio jack, so the game emits a certain frequency signalling it to go ahead and spread the smell.
Art & Food, one of the best combinations in the world!
This is another beautiful creation from Nendo. The tube is made of chocolate and each paint is a different flavored syrup. The label tells you the flavor and acts like a wrapper. Eat, paint, collect, savor!
It's happening...you can officially order your Instagram pictures on marshmallow squares. Boomf, a company out of the UK is printing your pics on marshamallow and delivering them direct to your door. What's better than digital + social + edible? Boomf!
You can eat, dunk, roast and re-instagram your instgram marshmallows!
"Former Harvard professor Bert Vaux asked tens of thousands of people across the U.S. these questions and released the results as the 2003 Harvard Dialect Survey. The data are fascinating; they reveal patterns of migration, unexpected linguistic kinships between regions, and the awesome variety of words we say and how we say them."
"For the video above, we called people across the country to ask them a few of Vaux's questions, then layered the answers with maps based on Katz's. You'll hear what Philadelphians call a group of people, the many ways of pronouncing "pecan," and what Southerners mean when they say "the devil is beating his wife."