Tactile Touch Screen

Google's Chromebook, inside a Chanel atelier, dissecting an FBI tracking device and more in this week's look at the web

Tokyo’s Kajimoto Labs at the University of Electro-Communications devised a prototype touch screen that allows you to feel the sensation of the graphics on the palm of your hand—revolutionary technology for visually-impaired users. This is also a breakthrough for video games, where games could capture the feeling of ants crawling on your hand.

Decomissioned Chair

Google's Chromebook, inside a Chanel atelier, dissecting an FBI tracking device and more in this week's look at the web

At Guild Hall’s 73rd Annual Artist Members Exhibition artist Jeff Muhes recently took home “Best Sculpture for his work “Decomissioned Chair,” which defines the negative space of a red plastic chair with a bulging mass of concrete.

Google Chromebook

Google's Chromebook, inside a Chanel atelier, dissecting an FBI tracking device and more in this week's look at the web

Much to the joy of Android users and Google lovers everywhere, Google announced their Chromebook this week. The laptop lives completely in the cloud without applications, desktop, or any other nonsense—just direct access to the web.