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Wintergatan's Marble Machine and Virgo's Water Planet

Stunning New Instruments By Wintergatan

Swedish band Wintergatan doesn’t use your typical instruments to create their sound. Their handmade and one-of-a-kind instruments are like nothing this world has ever seen, visually and audibly breaking traditional molds. 528 more words

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Reactable, and A Galaxy of Stock Trading

The Reactable table isn’t meant only for use by headliners at your local club. This unique music concept developed at Pompeu Fabra Unviversity in Bareclona offers a variety of live music making systems for seasoned artists and beginners alike – all dictated by physical building blocks and touch screen controllers. 460 more words

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Andrew Degraff's Movie Maps, teamLab's Interactive Projections

Everyone’s favorite big screen flicks, illustrated

Movie Maps are the work of illustrator Andrew DeGraff. In his maps, DeGraff assigns each major character a specific color. 441 more words

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Photos of Artist Alex Solis Fighting With His Own Character Drawings

Photos of Artist Alex Solis Fighting With His Own Character Drawings

Alex Solis is a Chicago-based artist, where he lives with his family. He is mostly an illustrator, known for creating clever cartoons, such as his Baby Terrors series which shows horror movie villains as infants. 60 more words
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Interactive Billboard Top 100, Live Global Weather Data Visualized

A sign of the times – Top 100 hits for over 50 years

Music says a lot about each generation, and nothing quantifies the sound of a decade quite like the Billboard Top 100. 477 more words

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Iconic Visitor Created Paper Structures

This company specializes in creating simple geometric forms that visitors can assemble and combine into large integrated structures. Could apply to Maker, Engineering, Art, Physics content, among others, as well as special themed events (i.e. 89 more words

Special Event: Museum of Ice Cream

Every now and then, the boyfriend and I leave the confines of our neighborhood and venture out into other parts of the city that we rarely visit. 175 more words