This enlightening one-hour program stars Steve Jobs from an exclusive 1994, unscripted interview by the Silicon Valley Historical Association where he gives advice to potential entrepreneurs. Jobs discusses risk, failure, his own experiences, and learning the value of creating your own environment.
The Massaud Canopy by Jean-Marie Massaud is a revolutionary step forward in communication and space utilization. Aside from the hood, the Canopy comes equipped with built-in LED lighting, a removable pillow insert so you can get comfy, and Bluetooth connectivity for your audio. Aside from extra privacy, the drop-down hood also improves acoustics so you can enjoy watching movies, concerts, or TV shows while in the seat.
AT&T Street Charge is a pilot initiative that provides free solar mobile charging stations in locations across all five boroughs in New York. It is an environmentally friendly idea that we can borrow from.
The Recharge charging sleeping bag by Vodafone is developed with help from the Electronics and Computer Science Department at the University of Southampton, uses a prototype "Power Pocket" to harvest thermoelectric energy. Eight hours of body heat after sleeping in the bag will provide 24 minutes of talk time and 11 hours of standby time.
This poster with conductive paint can make sounds like a musical instrument when you touch it. Simply move your hand over the different shapes to create different sounds. It is a first in a series of self initiated experiments where we explore the boundaries of design where analogue meets digital.