Tag Archive | "Technology"

Magic Leap: The Future Of Mornings

Thursday, April 21, 2016


Magic Leap has been inspiring us with it’s vision for a mixed-reality headset, a very cool hardware piece that unfortunately Microsoft’s Hololens has been stealing all the headlines for, with brilliant content pieces and futuristic applications. But Magic leap want to fight back, in a slightly different way, by re-inventing how you might experience your [...]

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The Next Rembrandt: Technology Inspired Art

Saturday, April 9, 2016


Yep. Rembrandt died in 1669 but a new piece of work created with computer data brings him back to life. Launched in the Netherlands ‘The Next Rembrandt‘ is the result of an 18-month project undertaken by a group of art historians, developers, scientists, engineers and data geeks to re-create his style of painting, so that [...]

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Meet Dorothy: Click Your Heels App + Object

Sunday, March 15, 2015


It’s a little old, but Dorothy is an awesome connected object meets micro controller that, with the click of your heels, can do just about anything you want… Perhaps that’s to get an Uber, text your friends, or have a fake call made to your phone to escape a date that’s going bad. Either way, [...]

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Goertz: The Augmented Reality Shoe Store

Saturday, July 21, 2012


How does a German online shoe store grab some attention in the real world? Well, a virtual shoe fitting installation makes sense right? Yep, here it is, the Virtual Shoe Fitting Store from Goertz, an Augmented Reality, Microsoft Kinect powered installation that is plugged into a giant screen, then rolled out as virtual shoe stores [...]

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Virtual Exhibition: Paint Job

Sunday, June 17, 2012


I love campaigns that use technology to offer a new angle on existing creative. This one is from Amsterdam based creative agency Brilliant after Breakfast and is a virtual art exhibition. They recently launched the ‘Paint Job’ campaign at the famous Rijksmuseum museum. Using the Layar Reality Browser app visitors could scan paintings with their [...]

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3D Augmented Reality Video With Kinect + iPad

Monday, July 18, 2011

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Here is an interesting augmented reality 3D Video Experiment. It uses an Xbox Kinect to map the video data, then uses the String Augmented Reality SDK to display what looks and feels like 3D video on the iPad, activated by a QR code. Pretty cool yeah? Well, if they’d mapped the person being recorded with [...]

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The Talking Tree: Social Nature

Wednesday, September 29, 2010

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If you’ve ever wondered what a tree might say, then this social experiment might just answer all your questions! EOS Magazine decided to hook up a 100 year old tree, living on the edge of Brussels, to a dust meter, ozone meter, light meter, weatherstation, webcam and microphone in the attempt to convert the tree’s [...]

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Google Chrome OS: What is all the hype?

Tuesday, November 24, 2009


So there is a tonne of hype around Google’s new Chrome Operating System. If you’ve been reading any of the tech blogs you’ll notice there are lots of lovers but just as many haters, which is a little different to the usual response to Google products! In the mix of all this, Google released this [...]

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Intel: Sponsors Of Tomorrow Campaign

Thursday, May 14, 2009


Intel have just launched a new campaign called “Sponsors Of Tomorrow” created by Venables Bell & Partners along with Grow Interactive (who crafted the site). They have devised an online world inspired by Intel’s famous “Clean Rooms” where they safeguard against even a single fibre entering the room (somehow!). The site provides a very slick experience with a great [...]

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FITC Amsterdam 2009 Sold Out

Friday, February 13, 2009


The FITC Amsterdam Show has been sold out, which is huge for these guys, the FITC is an emerging cult favourite for Design, Technology & Cool Shit (as they state) and is globally becoming one of the must-see’s for key industry people. They run workshops, have over 50 key presentations, pannels and forums discussing creative, technology, and business around [...]

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