Intense marketing stunt by New York agency Thinkmodo for the upcoming movie Dead Man Down. Honestly I’m not sure this would get anyone interested in seeing the movie, but regardless, do you think it crosses a line?
I’ve been waiting for someone to do something like this for a long while, and the result doesn’t disappoint. Augmented reality artist B.C. Biermann has teamed up with Ean Mering and Jordan Seiler to develop a series of apps which transform traditional 2D murals into interactive 3D installations. Take a look below to see how Biermann wants to reimagine public space.
Upcycling is a way of reusing items and reducing waste by salvaging waste materials and giving them a second life. The Museum of Upcycling is a concept museum that exposes a community to a showcase of real sustainable solutions through exhibits in three major subcategories: home decor, fashion, and art installations. In addition the proposed museum would host community events and would feature opportunities to participate and get a tactile understanding for the craft.
Featured above are part of the advertising campaign: city-wide subway posters, and a DIY project book showing users how to easily upcycle waste materials found around the home.
Motion Technology is certainly being pushed hard with the introduction of Leap Motion last year. This area of technology gives the regular user, an experience like that of Tom Cruise and there is a new addition to this futuristic market. Whilst many other devices use camera based gesture control, Thalmic Labs have offered another solution.
With the wave of your hand or a turn of your wrist, MYO will transform how you interact with your digital world. The MYO armband lets you use the electrical activity in your muscles to wirelessly control your computer, phone and other favourite digital technologies. A completely new approach to gesture controlled technology, the MYO monitors muscle activity by strapping around your forearm.
Amazing new tool released by Safe Style Windows UK. The Secret Door opens up access to all of Google Street View’s hidden vistas. Explore the deep sea or take a look at the ruins of a school in Japan, but don’t expect to leave the site in less than 30 minutes. Totally addictive!