Since the death of Steve Jobs earlier this week we've seen all manner of spontaneous Apple store tributes and testimonials from many of his peers and competitors. But now in the next phase of memoriam, one group has delivered what may be the most perfect Jobs portrait ever.
Sure, this robot is an "art project," but it's still pretty damned creepy. It's called Zwischenräume, and it hides in walls only to punch through to check out what's on the other side.
The mysteries of the China and Japan continue to fascinate those of us raised on English and corn flakes, but one Canadian recently took his own technological innovation eastward to create something uniquely Asian and quite useful.
If you consider yourself a hardcore fan of the Starship Troopers universe, you might be interested to know that Japan put together its own anime version called Starship Troopers OVA. Now one fan has taken one of the series' most iconic pieces of tech and made it real.
Augmented reality gets a fair bit of attention from the advertising world excited about the possibilities, but the technology's main area of growth is still in the world of art with pieces like the new Hyper(reality) construct.
Sometimes the simplest path to brilliance happens by accident, and that's what it looks like we have here with the real world Facebook Like button.
Usually, we highlight fancy photography and tech-heavy art pieces and paintings inspired by technology. You know what? Geeky pleasures can be simple, too. No frills here — just a window, a dry-erase marker and some nerdy fun.
One of the best things about writing about technology is that every now and then you run across something that is such a leap ahead it seems like you're witnessing magic (for example, the first iPhone). This was my reaction when I got my first look at the new Wacom Inkling digital sketch pen.
Swiss artist Andy Denzler has quite an eye for still-life painting. Not just any moment in time, either — the paused VHS variety, complete with all that magnetic tape-induced fuzz. Who knew scanlines could be beautiful?
Before we use tech to modify and enhance ourselves, it's probably a good idea to practice on our other body extensions first, such is the case with the amazingly weird technology that enables this moving sculpture called the BrainCar.