Something new. Read the official Google blog post. Did you know that the average person looks at their phone over 52 times a day? 📱Unplugging can be tough. To find focus, try our new #DigitalWellbeingExperiments—a collection of ideas and tools to help you find a better balance with technology → https://t.co/sFGbsNKZnk pic.twitter.com/pYOeWpCsqn — Google (@Google)Continue reading “Digital Wellbeing Experiments”
Something new. All you need is your voice and a phone to explore the world with the #WebVR Experiment Speak to Go → https://t.co/hx0PWZLaDG pic.twitter.com/jP9wuqaDjo — Google (@Google) April 19, 2017 Explore the world with your voice: try Speak to Go, a WebVR Experiment made for mobile at https://t.co/zAcD9c5TG5 pic.twitter.com/1qicQ76GPz — Google Arts&Culture (@googlearts) AprilContinue reading “Speak to Go: A WebVR Experiment”
Something new. Come and play with virtual reality right in your browser. Introducing #WebVR Experiments → https://t.co/Eg7TAzpAbG pic.twitter.com/6N87McwTEs — Google (@Google) April 12, 2017 Introducing #WebVR Experiments: come and play with VR in your browser. https://t.co/dTQYSBO2iV pic.twitter.com/EaxXmRhOgb — Experiments with Google (@ExpWithGoogle) April 12, 2017 Virtual reality on the web for everyone. Come play withContinue reading “WebVR Experiments”
AI Experiments is live. https://aiexperiments.withgoogle.com It’s time to get hands-on with A.I. Explore #aiexperiments and play with pictures, drawings, music, code, and more → https://t.co/ZywjoLaOp0 pic.twitter.com/Hj5t5y7GPY — Google (@Google) November 16, 2016 There’s a bunch of amazing experiments on the site; but this one below is the one I spend the most time with duringContinue reading “AI Experiments”
Tweetfuel from Stinkdigital on Vimeo. TweetFuel is an Arduino-controlled experiment that uses the Nike+ FuelBand to measure the health of our Twitter account. This is something I meant to write about a long time ago. I also wanted to write a detailed and smart post about how and why the project came about, what it’sContinue reading “TweetFuel. A new(ish) experiment from Stinkdigital”
An experimental film in tribute to Ridley Scott’s film Blade Runner, made as a unique picture with a resolution of 60.000 x 60.000 pixels (3.6 gigapixels) using 167,819 frames from the 1982 classic. BLADE RUNNER revisited >3.6 gigapixels from françois vautier on Vimeo.