Thunderclap: The First Crowdspeaking Platform

all other stuff,trends — Tags: — thebrainbehind @ 13:52

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: Rethinking Social Networking

PPT/ cool decks,trends — thebrainbehind @ 11:42

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

KPCB Internet Trends 2012

PPT/ cool decks,trends — thebrainbehind @ 10:38

Very interesting deck! Via the feed

Experience Mimeisthai

all other stuff,trends — thebrainbehind @ 14:13

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

The facebook phone

all other stuff,images,trends — thebrainbehind @ 11:09

via thenextweb

Technology Will Kill

trends,videos — thebrainbehind @ 11:03

Video via producer & author of Socialnomics @equalman/@ekutsko  showcasing what technology will replace this digital decade.

Movements

trends,videos — thebrainbehind @ 11:40

Using gestures to convey more than words. A paper-video prototype of a concept developed by trive for his project at CIID. Via neilperkin.

Features your next smartphone may have

trends — thebrainbehind @ 14:45

Via visualloop

Spatially aware devices

trends — thebrainbehind @ 13:05

Video sketch exploring new ways of interacting with media across multiple devices. More information about this one here . Concept by ISHAC BERTRAN

Project Glass: One day…

trends — thebrainbehind @ 13:55

In the case that you havent seen it already! Learn more about Google’s Project Glass here

The future of money

images,trends — Tags: — thebrainbehind @ 17:54

Click here for a larger view . Done for paypal canada ..but you get the picture! Via paypal and visual loop

Snake the Planet!

trends,videos — thebrainbehind @ 12:53

Snake the Planet! takes the classic Snake game and adopts it to the MPU urban canvas. Each level is generated based on the architecture of the building it is projected onto. Windows, doors and signs become the boundaries and obstacles in the game as animated objects collide with and bounce off them using real-time physics simulation! Concept and programming from MPU labs

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