Day Zero

Brooklyn Nets' high-tech arena, the new Myspace, Google Field Trip and more in our look at the web this week

Set to culminate at 6:11pm on 21 December 2012, the exact time the oft-mentioned Mayan calendar calls an end to the current “World Age,” the 24 hour Day Zero party in Mexico’s Playa Del Carmen looks to be one for the ages. With a stacked lineup of musicians and mind-melting visuals, the party will likely take on a Burning Man-esque vibe, so get prepared.

Hear Heres

Brooklyn Nets' high-tech arena, the new Myspace, Google Field Trip and more in our look at the web this week

Listening to the sounds of nature in a way that allows for the experimentation and freedom of play is the premise for “Hear Heres,” an installation created by the architects at Studio Weave. Four massive trumpets turn the grounds of Kedleston Hall in Derbyshire, England into an interactive soundscape.

Brooklyn Nets’ Barclays Center

Brooklyn Nets' high-tech arena, the new Myspace, Google Field Trip and more in our look at the web this week

The recent unveiling of the much-anticipated Brooklyn Nets’ Barclays Center finally gives Brooklynites something to talk about other than Jay-Z. Laying claim as the most technologically advanced stadium in the world, the venue features free Wi-Fi supporting LTE and 3G, as well as 8,000 square feet of LED signage and a three-story 1080p HD megaton TV suspended at center court.