This simple yet elegant shelf transforms into a desk with just a slide. The Deskbox, designed by British design team Raw Edges, is an answer to a contest to create new furniture from old mechanisms.
The shelf can be expanded into a desk with around twice the surface area for you to work on. A lot of care has been put into the design of this Deskbox. The holes for the wires are inside the box so that you can keep your laptop or gadgets inside and slide the top shut at the same time.
Japan musicians Androp built a backdrop of 250 Canon cameras and programmed all their flashes to fire off in a sort of digital stop-motion screen. They programmed the 250 Canon cameras with Arduino, openFrameworks and Flash.
They did not actually need the camera bodies for the effects though. However, they gig was supposedly sponsored by Canon, and one of the conditions was that they include the camera bodies in the execution. One of the good things was that they captured some matrix-like shots, where the camera seems to be moving around frozen people in the air.