1. DataBot Mouse
    Data or data-streams are not tangible for us at all. We just see graphical
    abstractions of ones and zeros, visualized as folders, files or loading bars
    on our screens.
    DataBot Mouse is an experiment of giving data physical properties, to make
    the communication/interaction between man and data more human and
    easier to understand.

    The mouse is able to communicate three different properties of data. It can
    show you the weight of files and folders, by braking with different force,
    according to the file-size.
    Or you can set a custom weight for files, just like the color marking function
    in MacOSX. So you can find important files more easily.
    The third property, the mouse can show you, is the activity of files and
    folders. By breathing with different intervals, it shows how much a file was
    opened or how busy a folder has been recently.
    You can switch between and adjust those features to make the mouse fit
    your needs.

    The prototype was implemented with VVVV and Arduino. It mainly consists
    of a small servo-motor, inside an optical mouse, which brakes a little ball.

    Also make sure to check out the DataBot Harddrive: vimeo.com/24771868

    HfG Schwäbisch Gmünd
    Interaction Design
    6th Semester

    Project team:
    Jan Barth
    Roman Grasy

    Support:
    Prof. Hans Krämer
    Prof. Steffen Süpple

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  2. Rimino is an e-paper mobile experience concept designed by Amid Moradganjeh. It represents a future that is envisioned to be more aligned with what we need and want as people instead of our needs and wants being dictated by technology.

    for more information please visit project website:
    rimino.amidm.com

    A concept by Amid Moradganjeh
    amidmg@gmail.com
    amidm.com
    Umea Institute of Design

    Cast:
    Ine Marie Vassøy
    Denis Eren
    Sharon Williams

    Thanks to:
    Linus Persson
    Guido Hermans
    Tor Hauksson

    In collaboration with: Microsoft

    Project advisor:
    Donald Barnett , Bing moible team

    Music: Maybe Tomorrow by the Stereophonics

    # vimeo.com/24428205 Uploaded 135K Plays / / 12 Comments Watch in Couch Mode

  3. from the forthcoming album PLAYER PIANO
    out July 4 in Europe, Something In Construction
    July 5 in US, Carpark
    July 4 in Australia, Inertia

    memorytap.es

    direction and post: Eric Epstein najork.net

    director of photography: Aaron Epstein aaronepstein.com

    the guy: Ben Aufill

    production company: m ss ng p eces mssngpeces.com

    additional thanks to Robert Lopuski forgottensundays.com for suggestions and encouragement

    A few 'making-of' bits here... najork.net/mt_bts.html

    # vimeo.com/24637555 Uploaded 799K Plays / / 293 Comments Watch in Couch Mode

  4. Motion Graphics:
    TO-FU
    Contact us at to-fu.tv
    Like us on Facebook facebook.com/TOFU.design
    twitter twitter.com/tofu_design

    Reference:
    paulzii.tumblr.com/post/3360025995

    Music:
    Fairest of them all (#)
    by Kämmerer
    jamendo.com/en/track/751979

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  5. Dimensions 40'x8'. Shot/Edited by Rick Symonds. Enjoy and please spread the word.

    aarondelacruz.com

    # vimeo.com/19687187 Uploaded 64.6K Plays / / 60 Comments Watch in Couch Mode

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