Andy Whitlock, Katy Theakston and Ben Tomlinson of Poke London, created one of the most fun ways to do fundraising: Guilty Pledgers, a Spotify app where you create or join a party, crowdsourcing the playlist by pledging your musical guilty pleasure. Also posted at Osocio.
BERG working on stuff that matters. It’s not $19B worth, but it impacts our lives a lot.
Remember Dorothy, from the Wizard of Oz? And when she bumped her shoes to take her home? Believe it or not, Dominic Wilcox created a pair of shoes doing just that, for London Design Festival. When heels are clicked, the GPS gets activated and LED lights point the way home. No Place Like Home from […]
Great heights are expected when Google Chrome Experiments and Cirque du Soleil collaborate for an interactive project. At Movi.Kanti.Revo, the creative troupe explored a new stage for the latest web technologies, showcasing their performers but also reinventing markup, with divs being played around like actors. Named after the Esperanto words for Moving, Singing and Dreaming […]
The 2012 election in the US is heating up, with Obama facing a tough challenge from Romney. What you wouldn’t usually consider when discussing politics is art, something that CNN tried to explore on their digital art gallery, Power. Commissioned artists were asked to interpret through a variety of mediums the theme of “power” as […]
“If the world were to end this year, what would you want to share with it?” That’s the premise of Love Letters to the End, a dramatic interactive web series about falling in love with the world before it ends. Love Letters to the End – Teaser from Love Letters to the End on Vimeo. Your anonymous […]
This afternoon when Arcade Fire posted about their new Sprawl2 video, the website wasn’t available yet, so as a huge fan i was a tad disappointed with only the quirky video available (below). But now it’s live the new interactive video by Vincent Morisset (who just joined unit9), and you really have to exercise your […]
I’ve been trying to pitch a Google Street View interactive campaign for a while, so it’s with mixed feelings — happy for the great use of technology, sad that i wasn’t hunca life convincing enough to make it real before – that i’m sharing this playful approach of Google Shoot View by Dutch agency Pool […]
There’s the big and expensive kind of projection mapping, and there’s the smaller but equally aweseome ones as the 3 films created by Studio Output to promote Sony’s PlayStation@Store. Everything is one take, using real time tracking, projection mapping and Augmented Reality technology, which they’re terming “Immersive Imaging”. By attaching the PlayStation Move to the […]
I’m currently teaching a few classes for the New Media Production course at the Restart Insitute, in Lisbon. While discussing new media, i try to emphasize the transcodification of objects, and what happens when physical things are transformed into computational data. One of the students suggested the possibility of translating feelings into digital, and even […]