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

A glimpse into the near future

PPT/ cool decks,trends — thebrainbehind @ 12:07
A glimpse into the near future
View more presentations from Third Wave GmbH

What are the big drivers in the years to come? An interesting presentation by Third Wave Berlin

The future of advertising — and media — in one graph

all other stuff,trends — thebrainbehind @ 22:46

via washington post and this very interesting article from the next web. A big thanks to Ignacio for bringing this to my attension

5 trends for luxury brands in 2012

trends — thebrainbehind @ 12:40

L2’s five boldest predictions for 2012. Via Mr Litman

Enough Already: Silencing Celebs with Arduino

trends — thebrainbehind @ 12:08

This is just brilliant!! I so want one! Matt from Make magazine demonstrates how he uses an Arduino to make a celebrity-silencing remote control for your TV. By decoding the closed captioning track in the video signal, the Arduino is able to look for keywords such as “PALIN” or “KARDASHIAN” and mute your TV, protecting your poor ears from having to hear about them ever again. Freaking awesome! Get the code from here

Song of the Machine

trends — thebrainbehind @ 17:28

What if we could change our view of the world with the flick of a switch? ‘Song of the Machine’ explores the possibilities of a new, modified – even enhanced – vision, where users can tune into streams of information and electromagnetic vistas currently outside of human vision! his film is a part of an ongoing collaboration between Superflux and neuroscientist Dr. Patrick Degenaar, whose pioneering work in optogenetic retinal prostheses aims to bring back sight to the blind. More info about this here

A Day Made of Glass 2: Unpacked. The Story Behind Corning’s Vision.

trends,videos — thebrainbehind @ 13:12

The second instalment of   Corning’s vision for the future!  Learn about what’s possible — and what’s not ! What the 1st part here Via mashable

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