By Dylan Love from BusinessInsider.com:
You should watch this video, which comes to us via CNET.
There are only so many Google Glass units out there now, but imagine a world where they’re even more plentiful than the smartphone — to not have one is to be less than whole. Then you might very well have people using them so casually that they lose self-consciousness and get lost in the moment of just trying to take a good photo.
The guy in this video is happy to demonstrate for you.
From Colossal: Art & Visual Ingenuity:
Unstable Matter is kinetic sculpture by Finnish artists Tommi Grönlund and Petteri Nisunen, a.k.a. Grönlund-Nisunen. The moving table contains thousands of small ball bearings that move and crash within the confines of a giant wobbly table, sort of a modern take on a rain stick. The table is part of several kinetic and magnetized works by the duo that were recently on view at Esther Schipper in Berlin.