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Polyfauna has been updated by Thom Yorke, Stanley Donwood, Nigel Godrich and Universal Everything Polyfauna v2 is the first time new music has been published through the app, containing audio stems of tracks that would later appear on Thom Yorke’s new album, Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes.+ More details
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The Oona is a versatile and simple smartphone stand, made of aircraft grade aluminum that can do as much in the physical world as your phone can do in the virtual. Learn More: http://www.theoona.com/ Buy it Now: http://www.theoona.com/buy.html Embed code and Media Links: http://theoona.com/embed.html Music Credit Artist: MagiCat Song: "MagiCat" Site: www.magicatmusic.com+ More details
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Destructo started out organizing and Djing warehouse and underground parties in Los Angeles back in the early 90’s. In 2007 he created nowadays famous HARD fest and decided to start producing his own weapons for his dj-sets. We’re happy to premiere this music video for his Technology EP, out in early April on BNR TRAX, the sublabel of Boysnoize Records. It’s the classic do androids have feelings too theme. Directed by Agata Alexander, produced by Kevin Kerslake and starring Charlotte Stokely, Mychael Burns and Kimberly Kane. http://djdestructo.com http://boysnoize.com http://r.fm+ More details
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Music: The XX - Intro (1984 remix) http://soundcloud.com/the1984/the-xx-intro-1984-remix. My aim for this project is to simulate video game style visualisations by gathering real-time rider data and post analyzing with video synchronization. HOW IT WORKS: I used an Android phone (HTC Sensation) with a custom built application (AntiMap Log), placed upright against my lead hip/waist inside my pants to log all the stats and information. This position is the most stable and yields the most accurate results for spinning/rotation when snowboarding. Just placing it in any of your pockets works fine for everything else except rotation as it moves around when loose. Video was captured with a Go Pro camera. In the first segment of the video I had it attached to my helmet, and in the next segment I'm just holding it (I forgot the camera strap - idiot!). Whilst I decided to film myself for these early tests, having someone else do the filming would be ideal. So data and video are recorded separately to keep the riding experience as unaffected as possible. Then once your pow riding day is over and you've recorded that perfect run, you can synchronise your video and data easily with the AntiMap Video desktop application and play it all back. POTENTIAL USES: - Real time snowboard/ski games. I was originally inspired for this project by playing Shaun White snowboarding on Nintendo Wii. - Making personal snow/ski movies. - Training/tutoring tool. - Competitions. I’d love to see technology like this used in an accompanying role at televised events such as the Winter X Games. Giving spectators a bit more insight through data and stats would be invaluable. - Whilst I specifically built this application for snow/ski, it could just as easily be adapted to suit other sports such as mountain biking, skateboarding, parkour, gymnastics, even running or walking. TECHNICAL DETAILS: Data is gathered through a smart phone utility application built in Processing called ‘AntiMap Log’. The application logs latitude, longitude, compass direction, speed, distance, and time to a standard CSV file at 30fps. Currently Android only, iPhone version is under development. The post analysis application, ‘AntiMap Video’ is a desktop application built in Openframeworks. It allows the logged data from the mobile application to be synced with video footage (not captured with phone). The standout feature of the AntiMap Video application is spin detection, which uses the compass data to accumulate a rotation value and attempt to determine when a 360, 540, 720, 900, 1080 has occurred and which direction (frontside/backside). The rider’s path and current position is graphically generated from the recorded latitude and longitude into a mini map. Speed, distance, and time stats also update on screen. AntiMap Video is still an early working prototype at the moment, but I will be continuing development and improving before making it available for download. Application and source code will be released free under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/). This is the first of a few free applications I plan on releasing for the AntiMap project which visualize logged data from the mobile application. I’m a little disappointed I was unable to find my perfect run and had to Frankenstein together videos to show different parts of the applications functionality. But overall I’m happy with the results of the tests. UPDATE: Applications and source code for iPhone & Android available: http://theantimap.com/+ More details
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The clean way to draw on your friends. Mother New York approached Red Paper Heart to create an application that combined LG phones and projections at the Virgin Free Fest in Baltimore, MD. They wanted to create an experience inside a giant inflatable cube where attendees could draw on their friends with digital color and light. To this we said, “Hell yes.” We suggested an additional graphical system that would react to the drawings to create more visual interest and got started creating designs and prototypes. To get an LG phone to communicate to a reactive animation projection written in Cinder we needed to make a processing app for the phone that mimicked LG’s own application QuickMemo. We designed, animated and triggered visuals along a special geometric grid. The grid provided all the animations with a spatial order, and remained beautiful even during chaotic interaction. As the festival opened, people streamed through the tent like at a house party. A great DJ and our special set of audio reactive projections kept the tent going throughout the event. People equally danced, made drawings and took photos. And like any good party, people jumped around so much the floor almost collapsed, but the neighbors didn’t complain.+ More details
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Spendee is an awesome new app for managing your personal finances in everyday use. It goes hand in hand with unique technology and adaptable environment which automatically in-depth analyzes your incomes and expenses and gives you a smart advice how to use them to your benefit. The app is beautifully designed in a sexy flat design and precisely built user interface focused on the easiest way to control the app. It also displays content into exciting and effective infographics. Get the iPhone version: http://bit.ly/13lQmKq Get the Android version: http://bit.ly/1e5crB7+ More details
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A project I did for Fueled in November 2013 about the 40 Years of Cellphone Starting with the DynaTAC in 1974 and ending with a side-by-side comparison between the iPhone 5s and the Galaxy Note, I crafted the 40-year history of the mobile cell phone. For some it will be a walk down memory lane, for others a history lesson. This video is inspired by Art Deco, a style characterized by its bold geometric shapes and rich colours. It's a very eclectic style, deriving taste from a broad range of sources -- some representing the machine age. You'll notice the snappy animation style reflects the lightning fast transformation and evolution of cellphones. While the film may have ended with the first model of an iPhone, Fueled decided to dig into the evolution of Apple's iPhone and compare it to top Android phones. It's remarkable how little the iPhone's aesthetic has changed in contrast to Android models, which are becoming larger and changing constantly. If you recognize the voice in the script, you'll know it's from an old advertisement from 1980s for DynaTAC. At the time, no one knew how big mobile would become and that this one man's prophecy would come true. (See original here: youtube.com/watch?v=0WUF3yjgGf4) Music by: Free Music Archive: freemusicarchive.org/music/Gabl/le_sac_de_l_enfer_1/01_humm_ok+ More details
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