1. iHologram - iPhone application

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    from David OReilly Added

    more info @ www.davidoreilly.com The application works by assuming a constant viewing angle (35-45 degrees), typical for when the device is placed on a tabletop. The 3d scene's perspective is then warped using anamorphic perspective, making the object appear to jump off the screen. http://www.davidoreilly.com © David OReilly 2008 music in the background is originally by the knife. http://www.theknife.net

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    • Zen Coding v0.5

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      from Sergey Chikuyonok Added 344K 538 52

      A new way of writing HTML code using CSS-like selector syntax. Read http://www.smashingmagazine.com/2009/11/21/zen-coding-a-new-way-to-write-html-code/ for more info.

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      • How to feed the world ?

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        from Denis van Waerebeke Added 308K 3,098 64

        a film directed by Denis van Waerebeke for the « Bon appétit » exhibition, in Paris "Cité des Sciences", aimed mainly at the kids aged 9 to 14. written by : Sabrina Massen & Denis van Waerebeke /// design : Antoine Maiffret / Montag /// animation : Juliette Hamon-Damourette /// sound design : Ruelgo /// voice : Mark Jane /// production Montag for the french « Cité des sciences et de l'industrie » /// CSI team: Dorothée Vatinel, Maud Gouy, Manon Courtay, Alisson Boiffard /// CSI production: Sabrina Massen Vimeo awards finalist in 2010 (motion graphics) /// Best infotainment at Webcuts.10 /// Commissioned film award at Annecy 2011

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        • Amar (all great achievements require time)

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          from Pilgrim Films Added 224K 2,715 130

          Story update: http://www.telegraphindia.com/1120211/jsp/jharkhand/story_15120584.jsp Winner 2012 Vimeo Awards Documentary Category Winner 2013 Best Mini Documentary Big Sky Documentary Festival Winner 2011 London Indian Film Festival Satyajit Ray Foundation International Short Film Competition Winner of the People's Choice Award at Jeevika: Asia Livelihood Documentary Festival 2011 Special Mention 2013 Teen Dox ZagrebDox Also screened at KUKI festival, Berlin 2011 and Clermont-Ferrand 2012 Amar is 14 and top of his class. Someday he'd like to be a professional cricketer, but for now he's the family's main breadwinner, working two jobs six and a half days a week on top of attending school in the afternoons. This short observational documentary is a simple journey with Amar through his daily life. Credits: Special thanks to Kerala Samajam Hindi School, Jamshedpur, Jharkhand and Initiatives of Change http://www.iofc.org/ Filmed and Directed by Andrew Hinton http://vimeo.com/pilgrimfilms Online Editor Saurabh Dalmiya Audio Mix Farrell Lennon http://www.audiomonkey.tv

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          • Newborn Visual/Audio Brain-Centers Stimulator for Baby Phaedra

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            from Kaliptus Added 214K 176 12

            A Visual/Audio Brain Center stimulator for newborn babies! Newborns are only capable of focusing 8 to 10 inches from their face. They also prefer black and white, high contrast images to color graphics. This audio based visualizer is designed help newborn babies develop their vision & hearing brain centers. I made it for my daughter Phaedra Love :) From 0 - 3 months, a newborn's retina lacks the ability to distinguish details and textures. "When your newborn looks at your hair, she doesn't get a sense of the individual hairs, but just a sort of generalized, uniform color," says Charles Gilbert. For that reason, "infants tend to seek out things with a lot of contrast, which are easier to see and more interesting to them," adds Claire B. Kopp, Ph.D., adjunct professor of psychology at the University of California, Los Angeles, and author of Baby Steps. When a newborn looks at your face, for instance, they ignore your nose and mouth, which are subtly shaded and blend into the rest of your face. Instead, they are more likely to stare at the contrast between the dark of your pupils and the whites of your eyes. Newborns are not, as was long believed, color-blind. By measuring a baby's brain waves and eye movements, researchers have determined that the typical newborn can even tell the difference between red and green. I have then created this brain-stimulator in hopes of improving the development of my baby girl, Phaedra's visual and audio brain centers. www.kaliptus.com kaliptus.arts@gmail.com

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            • She's Alive... Beautiful... Finite... Hurting... Worth Dying for

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              from Nataly Cnyrim-Kimmel Added 206K 33 4

              LET'S SAVE OUR BEAUTIFUL PLANET - FOR US AND OUR CHILDREN TOGETHER! SO... I-CAN... YOU CAN... WE CAN!

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              • D2D technology

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                from Anaïs Siab Added 158K 30 0

                D2D technology applied to a 3 wheeler electric scooter. Cinematography by: http://www.piad.com.tw/ & http://www.violentspring.com/ Violent Spring Studio 暴力春天 影像工作室 https://www.facebook.com/violentspring Violent Spring Studio Taiwan - video production Taiwan

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                • Torsion (Space Warp Gameplay Prototype)

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                  from alphanew.net Added 149K 134 16

                  This is a gameplay prototype that I was working on for several weeks about one year ago. The player is given the ability to warp space by placing two warp anchors anywhere in the world, warping the space in-between those anchors. Space warping also affects physics, which may be used to make objects roll off curved surfaces, bridge gaps etc. Note that the focus has certainly not been on graphics. Like previous demos, this prototype was built on top of my engine/framework/sandbox called breeze, using DirectX for rendering and PhysX for physics simulation. Visit http://alphanew.net for more info. Also feel free to follow me on twitter (http://twitter.com/#!/alphanew), if you're interest in my daily findings and annoyances regarding real-time graphics and other development.

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                  • The Bicycle City. Trailer

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                    from Greg Sucharew Added 127K 769 46

                    What happens to an impoverished developing nation town when you flood it with 20,000 bicycles? You lift three times that number of people out of poverty. Pedals for Progress and founder David Schweidenback have been shipping used American bicycles to Rivas, Nicaragua for the last two decades and the transformation has been incredible. http://thebicyclecityfilm.com/ https://twitter.com/thebicyclecity http://www.facebook.com/TheBicycleCity

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                    • iPhone Game Programming – Tutorial 1

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                      from Michael Daley Added 122K 126 16

                      This Tutorial will cover the basics of taking an OpenGL ES Application template available in Xcode and making the changes necessary so that we can use it for writing out game. The game I am going to be creating is a 2D game to keep things simple as I’m still learning myself :o)

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