Gallery of Venice Biennale 2012: Le quattro stagioni. L´architecttura del Made in Italy da Adriano Olivetti alla Green Economy / Italy Pavilion - 19
Image 19 of 19 from gallery of Venice Biennale 2012: Le quattro stagioni. L´architecttura del Made in Italy da Adriano Olivetti alla Green Economy / Italy Pavilion. © Nico Saieh
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urban info display by dennis van melick
conceived of as part of a larger traffic system redesign, the LCD panels are meant to be installed at crosswalks and bus and tram stops to provide useful information for residents and tourists.
MC Lån - Lån Til Motorsykkel | Outputmagazine.com
Det finnes 2 typer MC-lån. #1 er usikret & krever verken etableringsgebyr eller forsikring. Les & mer om lån til motorsykkel og scooter.
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Que tu escaparate no sea capaz de transmitir o comunicar acerca de tu marca durante gran parte del día es algo que muchos retailers no se pueden perm…
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Digital signage totem Haida | Digital signage solutions - totems, touch kiosks & software | Brand Touch
Haida is a digital signage totem with 1, 2 or 3 displays/ sides configuration. The unique graphics, based on Native American art patterns, make Haida a masterpiece of contemporary signage design. The professional displays are ecologically friendly and easy on your eyes - the LED panel automatically ...
The virtual keyboard has arrived.
What's better than an ultra-thin, compact, wireless keyboard?? One that doesn't actually exist at all!! The Lumiquitous mouse system rids your desktop of the cumbersome keyboard,
Researchers at MIT’s Tangible Media Group have been working on inFORM, a dynamic shape display tool which enables its users to render and interact with 3D content physically. Not only does it look like a ton of fun to play with, inFORM also presents great deal of potential in various fields such as rendering Geospatial data, cross sections …