Deutsche Bahn wants to deploy silent drones to thwart vandalism to its trains and property, which cost the operator nearly $10 million last year.
Boombotix unleashes international urban artists on its line of portable speakers. The result? Speakers with serious attitude.
French artist Antonin Fourneau worked with an artistic think tank in Paris to create a canvas full of thousands of water-sensitive LED lights.
The social augmented reality app allows users to add text, paint, and other things to images and share them with other users, as well as friends on Facebook and Twitter.
Put Twitter, Highlight, and Foursquare in a blender, and this is what you get.
Those who spent hours playing Light Bright should check out this 21st century version of the game, an interactive wall of LED lights that illuminate upon contact with water.
David Choe, who took shares instead of a few thousand dollars to adorn Facebook's walls in 2005, stands to make hundreds of millions of dollars from Facebook's IPO.
New video for a U.K. DJ makes one wonder what the city would be like if graffiti murals--and other things--"came to life" and told their stories.
A tagger defaces a mural but an enterprising urban-beautifier comes up with a clever fix: a huge QR code placed over the tag, which when scanned brings up an image of the original, unscathed mural.
iWave announces graffiti-inspired iPod cases, headphones, and speakers at CES 2010. And they sure do look purty.