The Best Augmented Reality Demo… Ever!! Me too (doing some AR stuff)! from Anatoly Zenkov on Vimeo. Genius.. Nothing more to say. [Edit – I know that vid is a complete pisstake. Just so we’re clear] Here’s a real piece of work from glue London. Part of our Toyota IQ launch campaign. Loving the detail in the reflections and theContinue reading “The Best Augmented Reality Demo… Ever!!”

Bust Out Your Rave Records, The Saviour Has Arrived

Your sat at home. With vinyl you that you never get to play.but no decks. This is for you… Hot(ish) on the heels of my post about the Alesis TapeLink USB comes another fresh way to “Save UR Rave”. The Denon DP-200USB turntable has a built- in USB port. Vinyl to Digital. Done. Disclaimer: I’veContinue reading “Bust Out Your Rave Records, The Saviour Has Arrived”

Tag: The Power of Paint

Students eh. Nothing better to do than come up with an interesting new game concept that’s hip and down with the kids. Shouldn’t they be drinking cheap booze and watching re-runs of Columbo all day. Anyway.. this it Tag: The Power of Paint. And it’s just been awarded Best Student Game and Student Showcase atContinue reading “Tag: The Power of Paint”

Impressive Animations by David OReilly

I think I’m a bit late to the party here – but I just spotted this over at glue Motion. The official opening animation for the 2009 Pictoplasma Conference. When You’re Smiling… from David OReilly on Vimeo. I found this Future Shorts winner over on his Vimeo page. A troubled relationship between a CatContinue reading “Impressive Animations by David OReilly”

Plot Summary Remix

Plot summaries are given a new twist. There’s a whole load more here 300: Gays kill blacks. ALIENS: An unplanned pregnancy leads to complications. BATMAN: Wealthy man assaults the mentally ill. BEAUTY AND THE BEAST: Peasant girl develops Stockholm Syndrome. BREWSTER’S MILLIONS: Black man abuses line of credit. CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY: Deranged pedophileContinue reading “Plot Summary Remix”

The Physical Internet

This installation piece by Tim Schwartz is attached via a network cable to the internet where it monitors news and search results for “paris hilton” and “paris france” and displays an average result in real-time. I love the idea of using physical objects to display data generated in the digital world and vice-versa. Bakertweet fromContinue reading “The Physical Internet”