Sweatshoppe has developed a new interactive technology that allows them to "paint" video onto any surface. The street artist uses a paint roller made with green LEDs. A camera next to the projector tracks the position of the paint roller, unmasking the video projection in realtime, as the artists draws on the wall.
This four feet chair represents the love between a man and woman. The Perspective Chair was designed by Pharrell in collaboration with Domeau. The chairs were exclusively sold in Paris at the Emmanuel Perrotin Galerie.
Want to wake up with your favorite colors? The Glow In the Dark illuminated Bed was designed by Philippe Boulet. Featuring LED lighting system in the bedhead and footboard. It has a remote control that allows you to change the colors of lighting.
Mechanical Dummy featured the ICE HOTEL now we go under the sea at The Poseidon Undersea Resort the world 's first 40 feet under water hotel . Besides the six restaurants, seven bars, dive shop, water sports center, retail boutique, library/lounge, theater, conference room, wedding chapel, nine-hole golf course, tennis courts, you can actually feed the fish when pushing a button from a control console. An elevator gets to transport guests under the sea to the 24 suites and the luxury apartment that all have a special interior window film for privacy.
This cool invention was created by Robert Nightingale.
For best results position yourself at traffic lights, railway stations or air hangers. Wait for the opportune moment and attach the product as firmly as possible to the host vehicle and enjoy the ride!
Halo is handy light specially dedicated to light-writing. by French designer Aissa Logerot. It is shaped like a bottle of spray paint, the LED light can change colors and brightness and while it's powered by an internal battery that can be recharged by shaking the can.
Alicia Keys turned SUPERWOMAN is now starting her own business AK Worldwide which will host all of her business ventures from a jewelry line to a new website.
Alicia spoke with the AP recently about it "It really explores the ways I can affect the world in a positive way, even outside of music, It is really about finding ways to bring forth things into the world that will give you and all the people that encounter them, and myself, inspiration."
The first business is A Barber’s Daughter a hand crafted jewelry line engraved with messages of hope and wisdom. She described the pieces saying, "The words, when you read them, they really do resonate with you. They kind of inspire you to want to find that place in yourself," she said, sporting a silver oval ring that read: "May you find inspiration and meaning soaked in the wonders of the imagination cradled in compassion of the heart and hold a will to make difference."
The 28 year old singer also created iamasuperwoman.com. "It really calls out to all those brilliant, amazing, fantastic women every day that are doing their thing and need kind of a community to support each other” she said.
After Audi Shark and the Contest "From Dream to Reality" in
Iran, here is the concept car equipped with an electric motor at the front
and headlight-shaped neon futuristic easily
recognizable at night. More pictures in the future.
"An inspiration from the American contemporary artist Joseph Kosuth, One and Three Chair. Instead of giving new definition, I redefined the concept of a chair by using alphabet. One is able to construct a chair by assembling the redesigned alphabets."
Essence Magazine sat down with actor Derek Luke to talk about his new show 'Trauma' and how he has dealt with fame .
ESSENCE.COM: So, Mr. Luke, how in the world did you prepare for such explosive action?
DEREK LUKE: There's a part of me that's on a mission to do the explosive, blowing up and jumping off the cliff into the sea and coming out on a horse. As far as my training, well, I jumped over train stiles and got past the cops when I used to travel from Jersey to New York (laughs). I remember only having a dollar to my name. Now how do you leave Jersey for Manhattanknowing that the dollar you have is for a hot dog and a drink? (laughs).
ESSENCE.COM: Do you ever get used to your fame?
LUKE: It's very easy to remain humble when you know that the fame didn't come from you and that you are part of a mission or service. So it's easy for me to meet people or fans because the thing about fame is that it attracts, and when it does it's all about what you do with those people it attracts. I pressed pause on my TV the other day and I just sat there and looked at my name and the title and said, "Wow, my name is on the screen. This is what you really wanted. That's pretty cool and pretty big!" So I know that I'm blessed to be doing what I love.