Such a heartwarming commercial!
Here is Carsten Nicolai explaining how he built his visual magnetic field installation using TV screens, magnets, and cameras. Pretty interesting!
I’m glad Slacktory did this supercut because I always hate when this happens while I watch TV.
This giant pink, green, white, and blue painted factory building sits next to the Che Kung Temple in Sha Tin, Hong Kong. I always thought abandoned places in Hong Kong would have more Chinese graffiti (they have it, but not as much as I would expect). Still mostly the same as any other abandoned place [...]
625 discarded remote controls, repurposed to broadcast live television using the infrared LEDs inside each device. The picture is invisible to the naked human eye, but with infrared goggles, the picture is…there. Not exactly watchable, but it’s there. A neat project from Chris Shen.