1. BroadcastAR Augmented Reality for National Geographic Channel / UPC

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    from INDE Appshaker Added 929K 2,398 40

    Huge thanks to everyone for your amazing feedback, we appreciate your likes, shares and adds. INDE Appshaker recently launched a unique way for people to interact with the amazing world of National Geographic Channel's content from around the globe. Using the principles of augmented reality, people could immerse themselves in different scenes such as dolphins, leopards, the space landings, dinosaurs and more. 1000s of people interacted with the National Geographic Channel brand in the process as it toured Hungary, with 1000s more people sharing snapshots and video on Facebook as a result. For more information on INDE appshaker, please head to www.indestry.com Show your love for the Penguin Cafe Orchestra by purchasing their single at: http://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/perpetuum-mobile/id17508263?i=17508153

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    • The 5 Love Languages Trailer

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      It's a story of hope. For twenty years, The 5 Love Languages has been improving marriages... one language at a time. For more information, visit us online at www.5lovelanguages.com. Video features the song Love You More by Above the Golden State. Get the song from the video here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/love-you-more-single/id626926438

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      • The Man Who Turned Paper Into Pixels

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        [NEW VIDEO ALERT! Here's our latest video essay https://vimeo.com/delvetv/bananas-sardines-sharks] It was the change that no-one saw coming: the idea that we could take a book, a painting or a song and send it through cables and wires and even thin air to the other end of the world - and it would be identical on the other side. But this idea underpins everything about the Information Age we live in. How did we make such a mind bending transition into the digital world? And how does it work? It turns out it's all based on a concept that is surprisingly beautiful in its simplicity. This short video essay explores what that idea is and tells you about the man who figured it all out. Computers are everywhere and control almost every aspect of our lives. In the next 6 minutes you'll find out how they really work. // DELVE DEEPER: Curious? Read Andrew Lih's quick explanation of Information Theory http://edge.org/response-detail/11486 Even more interested? Spend an hour learning Information Theory with this Cambridge Professor http://videolectures.net/mackay_course_01/ Super interested? Read "Information: a history, a theory, a flood" by James Glieck http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B004P1JEY8/ref=as_li_ss_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1634&creative=19450&creativeASIN=B004P1JEY8&linkCode=as2&tag=adammeetsworl-21 A maths person? Read Shannon's original 1948 paper which changed the world: http://www.magmamater.cl/MatheComm.pdf // PREVIOUS VIDEO ESSAYS The Long Game Part 1 - http://delve.tv/the-long-game-part-one/ The Long Game Part 2 - http://delve.tv/the-long-game-part-2/ Spanish translation by Ana Ribera Molinos Indonesian translation by Farras Octara http://www.farrasoctara.com/ // TRANSCRIPT Want to translate this into your own language? Here's a transcript of this essay - message us with a .vtt file and we'll create captioning in your language. http://delve.tv/wp-content/uploads/Delve_3_Transcript.pdf // CREDITS STOCK VIDEO: Beachfront B-roll / Dissolve.com / Mitch Martinez ARCHIVE: Prelinger Archives, San Francisco / Charles and Ray Eames IMAGES OF CLAUDE SHANNON: MIT Museum Boston / Nixdorf MuseumsForums, Paderborn CROUPIER: John Ngo PIANIST: Steph O'Dea ANIMATION: Adam Westbrook MUSIC: James Brett, Min-Y-LLan, Hugo 'Droopy' Contini STORY DESIGN + DIRECTION: Adam Westbrook PUBLISHED BY: delve.tv This video essay is released under a Creative Commons Licence for Non-commercial Attribution: share, remix, remake - but please give credit! Find out more about Delve: http://delve.tv Why does Delve exist? http://delve.tv/about

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        • Epic Orb Update - See and learn how to communicate with others more securely, safely, privately without the threat of hackers an

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          See and learn how to communicate with others more securely, safely, privately without the threat of hackers and being spied on! - EpicORB - Text, Audio, Picture & Videos Today's Apps can track your calls, read your texts, listen to your messages, view your videos, scan your pictures, track your location and record your web activity. Even worse, the app companies can share that info with the Courts, Government, Parents, or Employers. Meanwhile, you are forced to agree to it just because you want to use the app. Had enough? Tired of all the rules? Tired of being forced to agree to them? Then use EpicORB for all your private communications. Get true privacy ...on steroids!

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          • WAY - IndieCade 2011 Celebration Trailer

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            WAY is a FREE, non-profit game for PC & Mac where two anonymous players communicate through gestures to solve puzzles. All footage seen here is entirely from live gameplay. (Yes, those are actually people playing :D) Download the latest Alpha version at www.MakeOurWAY.com! Follow @WAYgame on Twitter for news and release updates! WAY is a 2011 IndieCade Finalist. If you're around LA, come play WAY at IndieCade October 6-9! :) ---- Chris Bell, Designer Cynthia Jiang, Programmer Hugo Shih, 3D Artist Katherine Rubenstein, 2D Artist Paulwei Wang, Producer Walt Destler, Designer & Programmer --- Video Acting and Editing by Chris Bell, www.chrisbelldesign.com Song by Benjamin Price, benjaminjlprice@googlemail.com

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            • Voina - The Influencers 2012 (6)

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              Part 6 of 7 http://www.theinfluencers.org/voina The Influencers 2012 - Barcelona, CCCB

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              • Fuze Product

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                • The blind photographer

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                  from ABC Open Tropical North Added 90.2K 301 19

                  Brenden Borrellini was born completely deaf and with limited sight that developed into complete blindness. His disability presented many obstacles for him growing up but with a lot of hard work and help from the Special Education Unit at the Cavendish Road State School in Brisbane, he became the first deaf and blind student to finish his high school education and to attend University. In 1989 he was nationally recognised and won the young Australian of the Year award for his academic achievements. But Brenden didn't stop there. It was after moving from Brisbane to Mackay that Brenden met Steve Mayer-Miller, Artistic Director for Crossroad Arts, a local organisation that develops opportunities for people with a disability to access and participate in the arts. Steve says that the whole idea of photography for somebody who is deaf and blind was completely new to him. He had worked with deaf people before and blind people before but the combination of the disabilities was uncharted territory. After showing Brenden the buttons on the camera he very quickly took the initiative and started taking pictures. A blind photographer... How does that work? Steve wanted to start giving Brenden feedback on the photos he was taking so he worked on a structure where Brenden would receive objective, technical and subjective feedback about the photographs he was taking. Using a device that converts text to braille, the people working with Brenden are able to give him their objective view by explaining the photograph in detail. Brenden then receives the technical feedback using photography language like composition, light, shutter effect and depth. Then the subjective interpretations of the photograph the emotions that each person felt so Brendan would get three different points of view. What is Brendan seeing? This question led the group to research devices that would enable a two dimensional photograph to become a three dimensional photograph so that Brendan could also be able to interpret the textures in the photograph. The aesthetic of photography was never really the goal. It’s more about the experience of taking a photo rather than the resultant photo itself. The process is helping break Brenden’s feelings of isolation caused by his disability and connecting him with his community.

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                  • SINCE...

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                    from Cyril Calgaro Added 88.9K 951 25

                    Video réalisée pour la nouvelle année 2012, représentant l'évolution des moyens de communication Réalisation Cyril Calgaro & Arnaud Laffond cyrilcalgaro.fr arnaud.laffond@gmail.com Musique Hockey - Four Holy Photos http://www.myspace.com/hockey

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                    • Ophelia: Love & Privacy_Settings

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                      "Ophelia: Love & Privacy_Settings" by Bin-Han To debuts online exclusively in Cartoon Brew's 5th annual Student Animation Festival. VISIT Bin-Han's website: http://biniman.tumblr.com To learn more about the production of this film, visit: http://www.cartoonbrew.com/brewtv/ophelialoveprivacy-104164.html

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