Here we go. Google launches its first UK 60-second ad to promote search and mobile. The follow-up to last year’s “Parisian Love” (see below) uses the strapline “Search On” and is the first in a series that will be hosted on a special YouTube page. via
IBM are building a “natural language processing” computer code named “Watson” which they plan to compete in the game show Jeopardy. More here: http://www.research.ibm.com/deepqa/
One balloon and a couple of evenings after work — Dyson engineers show how inducement and entrainment works on the Air Multiplier™ fan. You can do this yourself – if you’re willing to spend about $30,000 on fans.
http://www.youtube-nocookie.com/v/Z52MqK2KPtI&hl=en_US&fs=1&rel=0&hd=1 Exclusive trailer from E3 2010. Full of epic CG madness.
More here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/st3f4n/sets/72157616350171741/ via the brilliant stormtroopers365.com
This little thing popped up on Twitter recently. A small icon next to a hashtag. Kinda interesting and opens up lots of possibilities for them. – Will they start to categorise more big events? – Is this how Promoted Tweets might work? – Shows group opinion well and makes the stream easier to scan readContinue reading “Twitter adds World Cup hashtag icons”
Beat Fleet is his bachelor work for the university of arts in Zürich.. It’s a music game using timecoded vinyl (by MsPinky) as the interface. Two turntables as input devices control the action on the z- and x-axis. via
Great little independently produced film.