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.
IBM are building a “natural language processing” computer code named “Watson” which they plan to compete in the game show Jeopardy.
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.
Exclusive trailer from E3 2010. Full of epic CG madness.
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 read
– Rewards people that use the Twitter website instead of a 3rd party client
Nice touch from Twitter.
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.
Great little independently produced film.