Some simple experiments by Mathieu Badimon. I enjoyed the 7 experiments on show in his lab. They have the makings of the beginning stages of a cool navigation or interactive feature on a site.
The brand is 'Uniforms for the Dedicated'. This site is an innovation in navigation. Take a visual journey through a moment frozen time - as you pass the goings on in the scene you can click on the clothing and all the details about the item come up. Very slick, extremely engaging and an amazing execution. A new benchmark by Nute and Anders Hellman.
The band is name is Shihad, and this is their music video for the song "Sleepeater". They got 100 fans, spun them around, threw water at them, and shot it at 1000 frames per second. The interface is awesome and the site is completely interactive and captures your attention. By Oktobor and Sam Peacock.
Guess-the-google (created by Grant Robinson) is a guessing game based on Google's image search. You get 16 images presented to you and you have 20 seconds to guess the correct word that connects all the pictures. This is an additive game and I love the simple design and interface.
Be your own Police Sketch Artist... or just see if you can "sketch" a decent likeness of your friends. This is a cool site where you can do just that. You have a choice of many types of noses, mouths and hair styles to chose from. Sketch it up, upload it, download it and make your friends look like wanted criminals.
These forms of game seems to be quite popular at the moment. iPhone even has an app where you shoot birds out of a sling shot to destroy other birds. Always fun and captivating, each level is easy enough to get yet still challenging it keeps you going until you have completed the entire game.
Trick your friends on Facebook, Twitter and Skype by using this nifty devise. As you type your message in the top text box, it appears in the lower text box but... wait for... it's upside down. A simple copy and paste and Whammy! your social networking circles will be baffled by your magical wizardry.