Gravity – 3D Sketching

all other stuff,trends — thebrainbehind @ 12:20

Gravity is a tool for creatives to quickly sketch their ideas in 3D space using immersive augmented reality. A pen and a pad specifically designed for sketching in the augmented environment. Free from any screen or computer, Gravity allows you to focus on what really matters, developing your ideas in an intuitive way. As you start to draw, objects will take shape in front of you. Through the landing pad controls, you can adjust the plane in which you sketch, giving volume to your creation. With augmented reality glasses, Gravity reinvents how you and your collaborators visualize and contribute to each other’s ideas. More info over at gravitysketch.com

Mine

ads,trends — thebrainbehind @ 16:50

The filmmaking duo Luke White and Remi Weekes, AKA Tell No One, conjure a magical, motion-touch enabled short with a troupe of contemporary dancers from London’s Sadler’s Wells, who engage in a graceful, beautifully dressed game of chase . The performers are styled in shoppable pieces from various labels. See the full shoppable film on NOWNESS here

Future Factors 2014

PPT/ cool decks,trends — thebrainbehind @ 11:40

We Are Social – Future Factors 2014 from We Are Social Singapore

People all over the world are increasingly connected to the internet wherever they are. But what does this mean for our future? We Are Social explores this question with 10 fresh provocations designed to inspire imagination and innovation.

Top social media marketing trends in 2014

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Click here for a larger view via mediabistro

Sellotape Selfie

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The Latest Internet Craze! Check more sellotape selfies here

David Shing and the Festival of Media Global 2014 #FOMG14 #FOMGAwards

PPT/ cool decks,trends — thebrainbehind @ 12:40

Exclusive interview with Shingy, AOL’s Digital Prophet, talking about the Festival of Media Global and what you can expect to hear and learn from him on 6-8 April 2014 in Rome, Italy at the conference. You don’t want to miss this. You still have time to book your ticket. Book it directly here or enter my competition for a free ticket THAT ENDS TODAY here

10 Web design Trends for 2014

PPT/ cool decks,trends — thebrainbehind @ 11:39

10 Webdesign Trends for 2014 by Vanksen from Vanksen

10 web design trends of 2014 according to Vanksen

Architecture for Dogs

all other stuff,trends — thebrainbehind @ 15:04

A project by Kenya Hara! More to see over at wootwootworld. Via swiss miss

Cloudwash: the connected washing machine

trends — thebrainbehind @ 23:58

Cloudwash is a prototype connected washing machine. Berg created Cloudwash to explore how connectivity will change the appliances in our homes… and to figure out what new features will be possible. Read more here

Say hello to Project Tango!

trends — thebrainbehind @ 13:36

Project Tango is an exploration by google  into giving mobile devices a human-scale understanding of space and motion.

FingerReader – Wearable Text-Reading Device

all other stuff,trends — thebrainbehind @ 11:07

The FingerReader is a wearable device that assists in reading printed text. It is a tool both for visually impaired people that require help with accessing printed text, as well as an aid for language translation. Wearers scan a text line with their finger and receive an audio feedback of the words and a haptic feedback of the layout: start and end of line, new line, and other cues. The FingerReader algorithm knows to detect and give feedback when the user veers away from the baseline of the text, and helps them maintain a straight scanning motion within the line. More info here

Made In the Neighbourhood (ft. a clothing printer, OpenKnit)

all other stuff,trends — thebrainbehind @ 14:19

OpenKnit offers an alternative landscape to this production model. It’s an open-source, low cost (under 550€), digital fabrication tool that affords the user the opportunity to create his own bespoke clothing from digital files. Starting from the raw material, the yarn, and straight to its end use, a sweater for example, in about an hour. Designing and producing clothes digitally and wearing them can now happen in the very same place, rewarding the user with the ability to make decisions regarding creativity and responsibility. More info about this one here . Video from from Gerard Rubio

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