Get ready to play football everywhere. With the Finger Ball you will be able to tattoo on your hand the T-shirt of your favorite football player and instantly create a football course with two mini goals and paper balls. You will just have to find a opponent...
The Acton M Scooter is a folding sit/stand scooter, an electric 3-wheeled scooter that you can easily ride sitting or one sitting down in another standing up at the same time standing. When folded, it reduces to less than 50% of its volume. M Scooter is a scooter that you can easily ride sitting or standing by just unfolding its seat. The seat has two positions with one putting it further from the handlebar for comfort while sitting and another designed for standing. The project is seeking $55,000 on Kickstarter and has so far raised $30,877.
From the website: •••••••••••••••••••••••• Create a beautiful modern dining space with this minimalist table. The Wall-Mounted Table uses a uniquely-engineered steel mounting system to provide a sleek and stable surface. In a small space this elegant design affords little intrusion and makes table legs a thing of the past. Solid English walnut with a natural finish. 30"W x 30"D x 9"H. •••••••••••••••••••••••• $420.
Artist Anders Ramsell animated Blade Runner by painting 12,597 different water color paintings and stringing them together into beautifully fluid sequences. "This animation consists of 12 597 handmade aquarelle paintings, each painting is approximately 1,5*3cm in size. Together they form my 35 minute long paraphrase on the motion picture Blade Runner (1982) by Ridley Scott."
Evan Parsons presents veteran Colby Buzzell’s description of a day on the ground in Iraq in the Style of a Graphic Novel. "Men in Black is a true story as told by soldier and writer Colby Buzzell about his experience in Iraq. This project is a six minute portion of the feature length documentary 'Operation Homecoming: Writing the Wartime Experience'. The film recieved an Oscar nomination for Best Documentary, up against ‘Sicko’ by Micheal Moore, as well as recieving two Emmys."