"There’s digital gaming. There’s real world fun. And then there’s Osmo, a magical experience that merges the real and virtual worlds to defy the boundaries of play.”

Little Boxes by Joelle Aeschlimann (ECAL) is a music box concept for iPad. It consists of a tangible part composed of three separate music boxes that interact with an iPad and an application.

“Square has just put the word out that it is rolling out to 30 NY taxis today, but instead of the white scanners we’ve come to love, riders will be the first to lay their eyes on brand new, rather sexy hardware. As you can see in the picture, it’s quite gorgeous. Square replaced the annoying LCD with an iPad, letting you to pay while the trip is in progress. Plus, it even sends receipts right to your phone or email.”
(via Square Hits NY Taxis with Sexy Hardware)

Square has just put the word out that it is rolling out to 30 NY taxis today, but instead of the white scanners we’ve come to love, riders will be the first to lay their eyes on brand new, rather sexy hardware. As you can see in the picture, it’s quite gorgeous. Square replaced the annoying LCD with an iPad, letting you to pay while the trip is in progress. Plus, it even sends receipts right to your phone or email.”

(via Square Hits NY Taxis with Sexy Hardware)

LastClock by New Mediology is an iPad clock that has three “hands”, each made from a single pixel slice of live video (local or remote) that paints a trail behind it. The refresh rates of the three circles the hands create capture activity in the space at different resolutions.

"… a visual memory of the last 60 seconds, the last 60 minutes and the last 12 hours in an never-ending loop"

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Richti-Areal by Projektil is an iPad controlled, projected augmented reality architectural model. It uses 44 dimmable Dali lamps, six DMX lamps, nine HD projectors, six Mac Minis, a sound system and can show the light at different times of day as well as highlighting various zones and services.

Alongside streaming the event over the web and inviting customers to 25 of their flagship stores to watch their Spring/Summer 2011 show live on Giant LCD screens Burberry will be distributing iPads containing a custom app to allow special guests to find out more about - and of course buy - the products they’ve just seen on the catwalk.
These privileged customers will recieve their items several months before they hit the online and physical outlets.
(via Mashable)

Alongside streaming the event over the web and inviting customers to 25 of their flagship stores to watch their Spring/Summer 2011 show live on Giant LCD screens Burberry will be distributing iPads containing a custom app to allow special guests to find out more about - and of course buy - the products they’ve just seen on the catwalk.

These privileged customers will recieve their items several months before they hit the online and physical outlets.

(via Mashable)