• Call Me Ishmael - This phone helps you discover great books.

    The Call Me Ishmael Phone is a novel way for readers to celebrate and discover great books.

    Logan Smalley's helps you discover your new favorite book!

  • 3rd Street Blackout

    In the blackout of Hurricane Sandy, an internet savvy couple deals with a flailing relationship in an analogue world [Feature-Comedy]

    Negin Farsad + Andrew Mendelson's latest feature!

  • How does one create their funeral wishes when it challenges society's and their own family's views?

    A film about the first user of Jae Rhim Lee's Infinity Suit.

  • Help Sundance artist & TED Fellow premiere her film about the global race for a clean energy future at the LA Film Festival June 11th!

    Shalini Kantyya's new film.

  • Introducing DME - the "Artist Incubator" that nurtures, teaches, produces, and promotes up-and-coming musicians internationally.

    Kavita Baliga's Artist Incubator.

  • Please support my Denali National Park Artist Residency. Your efforts make possible the images I bring back! If I do not freeze!

    Camille Seaman's latest photo project.

  • Little Lotus swaddle, sleep bag & blanket feature NASA technology, to keep babies at the perfect temperature, so they rest better. Buy one, help a baby in need.

    Jane Chen's Embrace launches a new venture, Little Lotus.

  • Join us for the world premiere of THREE SUITES! Including a special collaboration with Max ZT and House of Waters.

    CPD 10th Anniversary Celebrations!

  • ALWAYS GET ON THE BOAT is a performative and immersive art project on a 175 foot retired coast guard vessel.

    A performative and immersive art project on a 175 foot retired coast guard vessel in response to gentrification of the waterfront.

  • What are factory farms hiding with "ag-gag" laws? I'll combine drone photography with investigative reporting to find out.

    New "ag-gag" laws make it illegal to photograph animal cruelty on factory farms. What are factory farms trying to hide? Will a drone allow us to see the scope of pollution caused by these industrial operations? I'm going to find out...

  • Performance installation that viscerally connects the long-term patterns behind climate change to our everyday behaviors.

    HOLOSCENES is an epic public art and performance installation that is a visual, visceral response to climate change. TED Fellow Lars Jan needs your support to build the first aquarium, which will fill and drain with water as performers conduct everyday activity.

  • The Cotabato Sessions, a film and music album featuring the Kalanduyan family legacy from Cotabato City,Mindanao, Philippines

    Music has been at the very heart of cultures all over the world, but many are under the threat of losing their legacies. TED Fellow Susie Ibarra needs your help to save the history of the Philippine's Kalanduyan family, who have been celebrating sound for hundreds of year.

  • In 2019 the US is thrust into a cyber war that results in chaos. Will the subsequent crackdown lead to the takedown of the NSA?

    We're thrilled to support Peter Haas as he tackles the state of American surveillance through a futuristic novella entitled "Panopticon Down." Can you help Peter make his fiction debut and jump start a conversation about civil rights and surveillance in America?

  • The easiest, most reliable way to connect to the internet, anywhere in the world, even when you don’t have electricity

    We're proud to support TED Fellows Erik Hersman and Juliana Rotich as they transform the way the world goes online. BRCK will bring reliable internet connectivity to unreliable infrastructure in the US, Europe, Africa & the world over!

  • Support Camille's BIG CLOUD Project as she sets out to chase storms this summer!

    TED Fellow Camille Seaman started out capturing the sense of wonder and majesty that lives within icebergs. Today, she's documenting the dormant terror lurking in supercell storm clouds. Five years into her 10 year project, she needs your help to continue!

  • Learn what you need to make just about anything - a product, an invention you've been dreaming about, or even a maker business.

    After losing his job, TED Fellow David Lang started tinkering around in wood shop, metal shop, and computer graphics, which lead to the realization that anyone can be a maker.

    Now, he wants to embark on a book to make YOU a maker. Can you help him achieve his goal?

  • Inappropriate (but totally awesome) letterpress printed greeting cards that don't suck as much as most other cards.

    Are greeting cards lame? TED Fellow Safwat Saleem thinks so and is on a mission to cure the greeting card blues. Our funny bone is tickled and we think yours will be too. Throw $10 behind this effort and you'll receive your very own (in)appropriate letterpress card!

  • ...Even That Void is an experimental, ecological documentary for the 21st century

    We're thrilled to back TED Fellow Saeed Taji Farouky as he embarks on this first of its kind journey that will change the ecological documentary as we know it.

  • Help us turn our album into a comic book & AR Video Game! We want to change the way the world listens to music!

    Aiming to transform the way we experience music, TED Fellow Meklit Hadero has entered a new musical collaboration. What if you could interact with music through various mediums and that music changed with each listen? If you help fund this project, StarBound will do just that!

  • A cross-cultural initiative bringing together musicians from the Nile countries to perform along the river and around the world.

    Senior TED Fellow Meklit Hadero aims to bring East Africa's Nile cultures together with a hip-hop & traditional music fusion. We're excited to see cultures unite around the beautiful sounds they create. Will you help make the Nile Project a reality?

  • A design challenge to turn urban gardening into enterprising agriculture.

    2010 Senior Fellow, Juliette LaMontage and her organization Breaker teams up with urban agriculture experts to create a product or service for urban agriculture that is affordable and scalable. We're excited to support their efforts for a sustainable future!

  • ABACUS is a visually immersive multimedia presentation about the future of national borders and how contemporary persuasion works.

    2011 TEDGlobal Fellow Lars Jan creates stunning multimedia performances that probe the ubiquity of screens and propaganda in our culture. We are proud to support his latest project ABACUS - a visually immersive multimedia presentation about the future of national borders.

  • We Are Many is a feature length documentary on the story and legacy of the biggest protest in history, which took place on 15 Feb 2003.

    2010 Senior Fellow Taghi Amirani is an Iranian documentary filmmaker whose work loves to push the boundaries. His latest project, We Are Many, tells the story of the biggest protest in history -- February 15, 2003. Support his work and learn more!

  • Sharing the world's first low-cost, DIY, open-source Tractor, Compressed Earth Brick Press, Power Cube, and Soil Pulverizer.

    TED2011 Fellow Marcin Jakubowski, founder of Open Source Ecology, is working on the Global Village Construction set -- a modular, DIY, low-cost, open source, platform that allows for the fabrication of 50 different industrial machines. We're thrilled to support his project.

  • Albuquerque lays down 50,000 Bones for Sudan, Burma and Congo

    2010 TED Senior Fellow Naomi Natale is the founder of One Million Bones, a fundraising art installation recognizing the millions of victims and survivors of ongoing genocides. We're proud to support her as she replicates a mass grave, giving a voice to millions.

  • Los Angeles Philharmonic violinist's debut album is a musical journey from India to Los Angeles. Recorded at Walt Disney Concert Hall.

    2011 Senior Fellow Robert Gupta is a gifted violinist and member of the prestigious LA Philharmonics who believes "music is medicine." We're delighted to lend our support to him as he records his debut album on a prized Stradivarius.

  • A welded steel matrix, like DNA, will be electrified to build an ongoing calciferous collaboration with marine organisms in Cancun.

    2010 TED Senior Fellow Colleen Flanigan life's work is to protect and heal our oceans. We're proud to support her project to create underwater sculptures that help reverse the effects of coral bleaching.

  • Oil spilled moves downwind : we are sailing upwind to capture it. Protei is an ocean cleaning and research open hardware drone.

    2011 TED Senior Fellow Cesar Harada is on a quest to build an oil spill-cleaning robot. We're thrilled to support this groundbreaking work.

  • Help in the final mile of Iyeoka's album! A lot of dreams don't come true in life. If you can make somebody's dream come true, you should. --J. Nelson

    2010 TEDGlobal Fellow Iyeoka is an award-winning poet and vocalist. Her poetry and songs reflect her dual identity as a Nigerian American. We're excited to support the work of such a strong voice.

  • A live scored shadow theater production featuring 3D special effects—a spectacle unlike any you’ve ever seen.

    You've never seen theater like this before! For over a decade, TED Fellow Christine Marie has been manipulating light & transforming it into stunning, moving Shadow Design (including the development of 3D Shadow Art!) Will YOU HELP her take her work to the next level?

  • Legend of the Ztarr, sword-and-sandals sci-fi manga epic, is kickstarting the volume one graphic novel print edition and full e-book.

    TED Fellow Sara Mayhew needs YOU to fund her heroine! Can you lend your help to promote scientific skepticism, storytelling and women in science?

  • A film about life with ME, the world's most prevalent orphan disease.

    1 million Americans suffer from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, but those with symptoms are regularly told by doctors that it's all in their head. Can you help TED Fellow Jennifer Brea bring her documentary - and awareness - to the public?