Subway Sounds

Dinovember, cyclist soldiers, Christie's record-setting auction and more in our weekly look at the web

LCD Soundsystem’s James Murphy revealed on air this week that he has been trying for 14 years to create a sound installation in every subway station in NYC, which would blend the sound of walking feet with harmonious intervals. Hearing that Murphy is currently stuck in creative limbo with this plan, the Creators Project came up with a list of five innovative artists and designers …

A Record-Setting $782,368,375 Auction

Dinovember, cyclist soldiers, Christie's record-setting auction and more in our weekly look at the web

With their Post-War and Contemporary Art auction, Christie’s set a staggeringly high new sales record. Over $780 million were fetched across two nights of bidding in NYC. The prestigious auction house also broke two other records; the $142.4 million sale of Francis Bacon’s triptych of Lucian Freud became the most valuable work of art ever sold at auction (knocking off Edward Munch’s “The Scream”) and …

A Throwable, Panoramic Ball-Camera

Dinovember, cyclist soldiers, Christie's record-setting auction and more in our weekly look at the web

A brand new 36-lens compound camera is capable of snapping 360 degree by 360 degree panoramic images. It also happens to be in the shape of a toy ball. The Panono takes photos at the height of a throw, whether between two people or straight upward, while carrying 72 megapixel image quality, all of which are viewable on the ball’s accompanying mobile app. This highly …