A video explores the mysterious FDA recommendation on all nutritional information labels.
Documentary filmmakers have compiled a delightful montage of outtakes from their film Spy in the Huddle.
The dabbawallas rely on a series of codes written on the sides of the boxes that function as directions. Though many of them are illiterate, they have learned to sign their names on the receipt. In fact, the delivery service is estimated to have an error rate of 1 in every 16 million transactions, and has been studied by corporations like GE for its precision and accuracy.
Yet another reason to always pick the window seat!
LED artist Leo Villareal has designed the project to illuminate the bridge every night for the next two years.
A delightful, quirky take on an instructional recipe video from stop-motion genius PES.
As one musician in the video says, “There are things that poison your brain – in one way or another – and it’s best to just leave that out of your system and listen to organic programing.”
A department store in Japan used Kinect technology to create a new kind of marionette: one directed not (just) by strings and human will, but by strings and human will and interactive technology. Mannequins that move! And that mimic your movements! Whether you happen to find the mannequin-marionettes in the video above incredibly awesome or incredibly creepy, it’s a good gimmick for stores that are always looking for ways to lure customers to their brick-and-mortar establishments.
Warning: The music is addictive and the dancing explicit.