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'Onskebronn' LED Installation in Berlin Gives Straphangers a Trippy Commute

Need some dance floor with your morning commute? Until October 25th, Berliners are being treated to the interactive installation 'Onskebronn' (Norwegian for 'wishing well') in the Hauptbahnhof train station. Created by performance art group Phase 7, the installation's LEDs respond in real-time to visitors' steps. Check out a video of an older version of the eye-popping work here....

Berlin Wall Video Game '1378 (km)' Stirs Controversy in Germany

This Sunday marks the 20th anniversary of German reunification. Not coincidentally, it also marks the release of a new shoot 'em up game called '1378 (km),' set along the Berlin Wall during the Cold War. Although the game's creator insists that '1378 (km)' has a very real educational value, that hasn't done much to quell the controversy in Germany, where the memories of East-West violence are sti...

Analyzing Apple's 'Breathing Status LEDs,' Berlin Gets Toyed With

There's a load of great tech news happening out there every day, and, unfortunately, we just can't cover it all. Here are a few of the other noteworthy things we saw today on our never-ending journey through the wild, wild Web. Floodlite looks at Apple's patent for its "Breathing Status LED Indicator," which you'll recognize as the soothing, pulsating light synced to the rhythm of human breat...

Atari Teenage Riot's iPhone App May Cause Actual Riots

The electro-punks among you will fondly recall Atari Teenage Riot and their hyper-distorted blend of political techno noise. The recently regrouped band has developed an iPhone app (sellouts!) to promote their reunion single "Reactivate," but the app is causing as much ruckus as the German punks did back in the '90s. ATR devotees will also recall a May Day protest at the Berlin Wall back in 199...

Steered Only by Eyesight, 'Spirit of Berlin' Minivan Is Slightly Terrifying

According to an Associated Press report on NPR, German researchers have created a hands-free driving technology that allows drivers to steer a vehicle with their eyes. It's called eyeDriver, and yes, we're scared to death that this technology might one day hit city streets. Raul Rojas and his team from Berlin's Free University recently demonstrated the vehicle, dubbed the 'Spirit of Berlin,' w...