Archive | October, 2013

Nike House of Deadly: Stadium Installation

9. October 2013

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The new Nike Hypervenom is a seriously high tech creature, and so to launch it in Asia, it needed something just as advanced to bring the product to life. Enter the ‘House of Deadly’ from Nike, a mini-stadium with projection mapped walls and tracking spotlights that act as real-time virtual defenders that players have to [...]

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W+K Toyko: Back Streets Of The Internet Film

8. October 2013

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If you’re an internet geek, digital nerd or just like weird stuff… Then this film provides a glimpse of the type of creative culture that exists online behind the language barrier on the backstreets of the Internet in Japan. Yes. You know it’s going to be weird. Produced by W+K Tokyo. Rumour has it that [...]

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Google Glass: Colour Snap Colour Match App

8. October 2013

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Here’s another Google Glass App example, but I’m just not sure how relevant this one is specifically to Google Glass, let alone the quality of colour match from the Glass Camera? I’ve seen a number of iOS and Android apps that do this pretty successfully, but this attempt from Sherwin-Williams, feels a little gimmicky as [...]

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Google Glass: Doctors Get Patient Data Visuals

7. October 2013

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I think we’ve all been waiting to see where this would go, so here is one of the first Google Glass concepts specifically made for the healthcare sector, and in particular to link Philips Healthcare technology patient data into the Google Glass Display. The vision is ultimately allowing surgeons and doctors to never have to [...]

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Paper App: Turn Your Drawings Into Moleskines

6. October 2013

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One of the most popular creative apps on the iOS App Store, Paper, which provides users one of the simplest yet richest drawing/sketching experiences yet, now lets you turn your best pieces of art, into a custom printed Moleskine that you can keep or gift… Pretty cool. Check it out here.

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Nutri-Grain: RFID Projection Mapped Skate Park

3. October 2013

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Kellogg’s in Australia has just launched an RFID triggered, Projection Mapped, Glow in the Dark Skate Park for their Nutri-Grain cereals, with hundreds of influential teens winning tickets to experience it. It features a street skate course with laser triggered cameras to auto-shoot and upload images via RFID tags to Facebook at the optimal capture [...]

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BOX: A Dynamic 3D Projection Mapping Video

1. October 2013

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This is one of the most techncial 3D projection mapping experiences I’ve ever seen, and I’m probably leading towards the best ever… BOX gets bonus points because the projection mapping is dynamic and tracks to moving objects! Box was featured on The Creators Project and explores the synthesis of real and digital space through projection-mapping [...]

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Infographic: 2013 Mobile Growth Statistics

1. October 2013

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Here are the latest mobile growth statistics for 2013, a complete indepth summary of where the mobile market is now at, including things like mobile phone adoption rates, smartphone penetration rates, most popular mobile browsers, mobile/tablet sales figures, media consumption habits on mobile devices .etc all with the latest 2013 data on the growth of [...]

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