This bulb is turned the wrong side up. Or is it really? German design student Louis Rensch chose to flip the lamp up in a manner to highlight the ways in which LEDs are not lightbulbs. They can comform to different shapes and forms in ways lightbulbs can't.
The head of the Angelpoise makes a pretty good base. Lets hope this isn't going to be vaporware.
The Leap Motion controller is a USB-sized piece of aluminum that possesses Kinect-like gesture controls. Laptops with integrated Leap Motion tech are rolling production lines, and the company's CEP Michael Buckwald says it's targeting smartphones and tablets next. Read more
In Japan, product designers have created the Neurocam, a "working prototype" that uses their own EEG signals to record animated GIFs via an iPhone strapped to the side of your head (yes, it looks stranger than Google Glass). Read more