“If people say it’s impossible we have to prove them wrong.”
Design students Anna and Terese took on a giant challenge as an exam project. Something no one had done before. If they could swing it, it would for sure be revolutionary.
Better late than ever to make this post! The third annual survey of retail trends from PSFK’s business innovation team captures and contextualizes the early stages of a seismic shift that is changing the face of the retail landscape.
How cool is that ??audible color is an audio-visual instrument. Sound is generated based on color detected by a camera. Red, green and blue correspond with certain music notes. When the colors are mixed, the resulting secondary colors produce different notes. The size of the colors influences the volume and frequency of the notes played. Designed by Hideaki Matsui and Momo Miyazaki
Thunderclap lets people be heard by sharing a single message all at the same time for projects like the one above!Via digitalbuzz
Jonathan Harris describes four trends that are reshaping culture in the digital age: Compression, Disposability, Curation, and Self-Promotion, and takes steps to counteract them. Via swiss miss
Very interesting deck! Via the feed
What if you could trend a topic by simple speaking it? Mimeisthai is a one-off installation exploring the spontaneity of ideas, topics and thoughts – all conceived in the absence of tangible technology. In essence, twitter without the smartphone or laptop. Created by James Théophane Jnr and a bunch of other people for TEDxSydney. More info about this here