A creative way to offer a lucky door prize

Corban & Blair came up with an innovative prize and an innovative way to offer it at the Launch of IdeaSpies Enterprise at Ashurst in Sydney yesterday. The prize was for the best designed business card. The winner was Maria Martin (on the right) for her card as a Non-Executive Director of amaysim. It was judged as being designed to be noticed – easy to read and communicated the essence of the company. The prize, a Satchel, Luggage Tag and Card Holder, was designed by Corban & Blair- with linings designed by Indigenous Artist Lucy Simpson. It was presented by Gillian Corban. https://corbanblair.com.au/

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Kids clothes with Attitude

Kids clothes with Attitude

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A 2,000 year old Egyptian mummy scanned

This mummy is on display at MONA in Hobart. Alongside it, in a separate coffin, you can see progressive scans of the body. It’s surprising that the skeleton has been preserved for so long. The scanning process can be applied to any volumetric dataset – not just mummies. For instance, you could now have yourself (alive or recently deceased beloved family or pets etc.) CAT-scanned and made into a hologram, a crystal paper-weight, or a life-size volumetric 3D prototype replicant. www.petermorse.com.au/2011/07/visualizing-pausiris-mona/

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Luggage you can easily identify

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Nothing says “that’s my bag!” like one with your own face on it. You can now order a cover for your luggage and personalize it with an image. This can be done by uploading a high-quality photo of your face. The image will be printed on a double-sized polyester and spandex blend material that you can use to cover your luggage. https://www.firebox.com/Head-Case/p8279

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A camera that helps musicians practice better

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Musician’s Mirror helps players overcome bad habits and avoid injury. The computer vision based system watches its users practice and feeds back instantly, sounding warning notes to make them aware when they slip into bad habits. The system uses a camera, typically mounted on the music stand, to track the musician’s overall posture, or any part of their body that they want to concentrate on. http://www.arthurcarabott.com/musicians-mirror/

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Hearing aids that are as trendy as glasses

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Great to see Republicans and Democrats in the US offering bipartisan support to encourage new competition and innovation in a market that has been dominated by a handful of specialized companies. Their efforts could catalyze a sea change in the cost and design of devices for people with mild and moderate hearing loss, even making hearing aids look trendy so more people wear them. www.dopplerlabs.com

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Museum tours for people who don’t like museums

Museum Hack is a startup built on a counterintuitive premise. It sells “museum tours for people who don’t like museums.” For one price, customers get museum admission, a several-hour tour, and in some cases, wine. Guides teach them about the displays but with a difference, such as a dive into the artist’s weird hobbies. Some tours are family-friendly while others are adults-only. Tours are available inside New York’s Museum of Natural History and the Art Institute of Chicago, among others. The founder’s view is  “Museums aren’t competing with other museums. They’re competing with Netflix, Facebook and iPhones.” https://museumhack.com/

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