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Ice sculptures in the shape of humans are placed on the steps of a music hall in Berlin. Hosted by the German World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF), 1,000 ice scultures were positioned on the steps.
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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.
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Unique Designs by Dee Adams. Check out her work at www.deedee914.com
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.
The Hang On designed by Yedue .Designed Olympiad sport hanger using the shape of sport themes included swim, pole jump, gymnastic and football.
This dinning table concept is named Kure by Turkish designer Faith Can Sari . The Kure table can be closed as a sphere. It is designed like a flower that opens up to a full-fledged dinning table.
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.
The real Door hand, called Door "Han-dle", by Naomi Thellier de Poncheville for London Design Festival.
Human table by Dzmitry Samal . Two human (four legs) support the table top. Inspired by the human beauty . It started production on September 2009.
A project for Ship a Person by Elric Petit. This is a mockup of a method of shipping people, just for fun!