Dude, awesome! This is a contextual video game trailer name Prototype. When you visit the site, you’ll be prompted to login using your Facebook account. Then after a lengthy loading, the screen automatically play the personalized trailer using your Facebook account data.
I was surprised to see my daughter’s pic, some other personal information and a weird credit card number (i’m sure it wasn’t mine :D) attached to the trailer. But man, is this the future of social web? Brilliant then!
This is brillant:
‘SixthSense‘ is a wearable gestural interface that augments the physical world around us with digital information and lets us use natural hand gestures to interact with that information.
The SixthSense prototype is comprised of a pocket projector, a mirror and a camera. The hardware components are coupled in a pendant like mobile wearable device.
This project is built by Pranav Mistry from MIT Media Lab and was recently demoed at TED.
And, below how Sixth Sense works:
The prototype cost around $350 to build and probably can be much cheaper if it goes mass production.
Continuing his great work and contribution to the great music 2.0., Leonhard has released a new super cool new book The End of Control which you can have it for free. Yes free.
About The End of Control:
This book is about the most important issue the media business is facing as it tries to move forward: control. Try Googling for a definition of “control” and you will find many interesting morsels, such as: control = power to direct or determine; “under control.” Control is the power to determine – for the purpose of this blook, that will make a very suitable definition.
Details here, and please prepare your news feeds aggregator because i’m ready.