Monthly Archive for June, 2009

ARhrrrr – An augmented reality shooter prototype

The Bubble Project

http://www.thebubbleproject.com/

The Bubble project was started by Ji Lee, Google Creative Labs’ Creative Director in New York and has now been expanded to 11 cities around the world by other people.

It’s simple and brilliant.

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Post-It note stop motion animation – Simply genius

One of the best things I’ve seen all year.

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Rick’s Custom Squirrels

Obviously loving this. Thanks Rick

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Mapping the future

Bearing in mind that Flickr have begun to map out whole swathes of the world:
http://code.flickr.com/blog/2008/10/30/the-shape-of-alpha/

This is awesome:
http://johanneskopf.de/publications/deep_photo/

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Big and Small – amazing Papervision3D site

Kudos to Plug-In Media for pushing the boundaries. This is a great example of Flash, 3D and 2D animation working together.

See it for real here.

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There’s an elephant in the room

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The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, DailyBooth style

via DailyBooth

See and download the full gallery on posterous

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“Turns out Twitter was rubbish”

I came across this on hexachordal’s (Tom Milson) YouTube channel. He’s 19yrs old and as created an 8-bit tune using his Game Boy.

When you get conversations on DailyBooth like this one, I think he might be on to something.

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Video: Mobile gesture design at Nokia – developing a new dialect of interaction

There’s some great insight in this article and some genius interactions.

Well worth a read and a watch. With handsets being crammed full of sensors (the new iPhone will have a compass) it opens up tons of opportunities.

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