1. Hi

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    from Multitouch Barcelona / Added

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    Hi, a real human interface. -- Concept, design and high-tech by www.multitouch-barcelona.com Music: wake up, wake up by www.lullatone.com Filmed at www.hangar.org hi-res pics at www.flickr.com/photos/multitouchbarcelona description at www.google.com/#hl=en&q=hi+a+real+human+interface OCT 2010 ¡NEW! Behind the scenes http://vimeo.com/15471188

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    • 10/GUI

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      Here it is: my crazy summer project to reinvent desktop human-computer interaction. This video examines the benefits and limitations inherent in current mouse-based and window-oriented interfaces, the problems facing other potential solutions, and visualizes my proposal for a completely new way of interacting with desktop computers. There's more information at http://10gui.com .

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      • Connecting

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        Released December 2012. What is Interaction Design? Connecting explores this question with some of the industry's foremost thought leaders. When digital and physical worlds become one, new behaviors are possible, enabling connected humans with a collective capacity to change the world. Featured on Fast Company, Forbes, and The Creators Project. Connecting is the first film in the Connecting Series. Watch both films at connectingthefilm.com.

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        • Immaterials: Light painting WiFi

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          This project explores the invisible terrain of WiFi networks in urban spaces by light painting signal strength in long-exposure photographs. A four-metre long measuring rod with 80 points of light reveals cross-sections through WiFi networks using a photographic technique called light-painting. More here: http://www.nearfield.org/2011/02/wifi-light-painting http://yourban.no/2011/02/22/immaterials-light-painting-wifi/ Behind the scenes: http://yourban.no/2011/03/07/making-immaterials-light-painting-wifi/ Projects inspired by this film: http://yourban.no/2012/06/06/projects-inspired-by-immaterials-light-painting-wifi/ Photos: http://www.flickr.com/photos/timo/sets/72157626020532597/ In case Vimeo has video problems, there is also a Youtube version here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cxdjfOkPu-E

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          • What is being creative?

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            A reflection on What it means to be creative. Original music by Palmer Taylor blackdoveaudio.com Featuring the Flip phone. Flip phone is based on a concept concieved during a 6 week long workshop done by my self Kristian Ulrich Larsen, Ewa Sendecka, Jeppe Vestergård and Victoria Kusk. It was then developed further for a semester by me Kristian Ulrich Larsen as part of my MA program at Kolding school of design dskd.dk

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            • Der Mensch als Industriepalast [Man as Industrial Palace]

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              from Henning M. Lederer / Added

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              /// The intertwining of science, art and technology: An animated and interactive installation based on the poster of the same title by Fritz Kahn from 1927. /// For more information about the project go to: www.industriepalast.com/ Idea & Animation: Henning M. Lederer / www.led-r-r.net Sound-Design: David Indge ... /// Das Zusammenspiel von Wissenschaft, Kunst und Technologie: Eine animierte und interaktive Installation basierend auf dem gleichnamigen Plakat von Fritz Kahn aus dem Jahr 1927. /// Für weitere Informationen besuchen Sie: www.industriepalast.com/ Konzept & Animation: Henning M. Lederer / www.led-r-r.net Sound-Design: David Indge

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              • Mag+

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                This conceptual video is a corporate collaborative research project initiated by Bonnier R&D into the experience of reading magazines on handheld digital devices. It illustrates one possible vision for digital magazines in the near future, presented by our design partners at BERG. The concept aims to capture the essence of magazine reading, which people have been enjoying for decades: an engaging and unique reading experience in which high-quality writing and stunning imagery build up immersive stories. The concept uses the power of digital media to create a rich and meaningful experience, while maintaining the relaxed and curated features of printed magazines. It has been designed for a world in which interactivity, abundant information and unlimited options could be perceived as intrusive and overwhelming. The purpose of publishing this concept video is first and foremost to spark a discussion around the digital reading experience in general, and digital reading platforms in particular. Thus, we would be more than happy to hear what you have to say regarding the concept and ideas expressed in the video: the magazine reading experience, digital browsing, text versus images, as well as hear about your own digital reading experiences and thoughts. We are all ears. Follow the discussion in the Bonnier R&D Beta Lab: http://www.bonnier.com/en/content/digital-magazines-bonnier-mag-prototype For additional information, please contact Sara Öhrvall at sara [dot] ohrvall [at] bonnier [dot] se (+46 (0) 8 736 4009) or Pontus Schultz at pontus [dot] schultz [at] bonnier [dot] se Photos and screenshots are available on Flickr at: http://www.flickr.com/photos/bonnier_rd/sets/72157622918954909/ or downloadable in a zip-file here (23MB): http://dl.dropbox.com/u/302248/Bonnier_MagPlus_HiRes_Photos.zip All videos and photos from the Mag+ project are licenced under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike licence. This means you may use all the material, as long as you follow certain conditions. Read more about the licence here: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.0/deed.en

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                • night lights

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                  http://yesyesno.com/night-lights In this installation YesYesNo teamed up with The Church, Inside Out Productions and Electric Canvas to turn the Auckland Ferry Building into an interactive playground. Our job was to create an installation that would go beyond merely projection on buildings and allow viewers to become performers, by taking their body movements and amplifying them 5 stories tall. We used 3 different types of interaction - body interaction on the two stages, hand interaction above a light table, and phone interaction with the tracking of waving phones. There were 6 scenes, cycled every hour for the public. We had a great deal of fun making this, hope you enjoy it too. pictures: http://www.flickr.com/photos/kylemcdonald/sets/72157622643837444/ Interaction Design and Software: YesYesNo -- Joel Gethin Lewis, Zach Lieberman, Pete Hellicar, Kyle McDonald, Todd Vanderlin w/ Daito Manabe sound design (http://yesyesno.com) Projection / Staging: Electric Canvas, Inside Out Productions (http://www.iop.co.nz). Production: The Church (http://www.thechurch.co.nz), Simon Velvin. Production & Art Direction: Hellicar and Lewis (http://www.hellicarandlewis.com) Video features footage and edits by Simon Velvin, and music: 9th Wonder - Beautiful Morning (instrumental), Gin Wigmore - Under My Skin Thanks to NZ Telecom and the Auckland City Council for supporting this, Peter Milne and all the Team, Simon Velvin and all at the Church, Mike Mizrahi, Marie Adams and all at Inside Out Productions, and Takayuki Ito.

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                  • Full Turn ECAL/Benjamin Muzzin

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                    Project by ECAL/Benjamin Muzzin Tutors: Alain Bellet, Gael Hugo, Christophe Guignard, Vincent Jacquier Assistants : Karian Foehr, Matthieu Minguet, Mathieu Rivier ECAL / University of Art and Design, Lausanne Switzerland Bachelor Media & Interaction Design Film edited by Pauline Saglio Music : "Murder!" by Montgomery Clunk (http://www.myspace.com/monteebeats) http://www.ecal.ch + vimeo.com/channels/ecalmid With this project I wanted to explore the notion of the third dimension, with the desire to try to get out of the usual frame of a flat screen. For this, my work mainly consisted in exploring and experimenting a different device for displaying images, trying to give animations volume in space. The resulting machine works with the rotation of two screens placed back to back, creating a three-dimensional animated sequence that can be seen at 360 degrees. Due to the persistence of vision, the shapes that appear on the screen turn into kinetic light sculptures.

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                    • Barcode band

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                      Directed by Kang woon jin Designed by Lee ha lim Crafted by Kim yong duk --------------------------------------- Title bARCODE BAND Description We had an experimental work where we assigned a sound of a musical instrument to a trivial barcode that we see every day, and with the sound, we were able to create a harmonious piece of music. The ‘Barcode Band Music Box’ we produced includes barcodes, formed by computer graphics, and the barcode reader. When the graphics of the barcode, which is printed on the music box, are scanned by the reader, the recognized barcode will reproduce its own sound of the musical instrument. Objective Ever since the society has shifted from analog generation to digital generation, inputting diverse information into two-dimensional graphic designs, such as barcodes and QR codes, has become part of our everyday life. This digital instrument called ‘Barcode Band Music Box’ is not just a new type of musical instrument. It is an instrument that communicates through the language of music. Therefore, a person can conduct music using only the barcode reader without a musical instrument. The making of the music box was composed of several different teams taking part as sound and video, design of the box, and the design of the graphics inside the box. A band performance using a barcode reader The BARCODE BAND, unlike the information base edited material contained in part1, is an interactive image which uses maxmsp and a bar code reader. As an attempt to go beyond the paper format of the edited material, we attempted to express an image of freely enjoying the digital by using the visualization and auralization of the bar code. As we enter into a digital society of bar codes and QR codes, the act of containing various information in 2D graphics is becoming routine. We add the sounds of instruments to bar codes that only marked price data, and we now can create music by combining the various sounds of instruments. The bar code band music box we created include graphics consisting of bar codes and the bar code reader. When the bar code graphic printed on the music box is scanned with the reader, the scanned bar code materializes the inherent sound of the instrument contained to produce music. The significance of the datamation of the digitial society This new digital instrument prints out in a single sheet the existing heavy instruments so that the users of music box can make bands perform wherever they wish. The bar code band music box is in itself a communication tool which communicates through music, and people without instruments can conduct the band using the bar code reader. The video was broadcasted in various overseas media including design boom and domestic magazines and stations after being selected as Vimeo STAFF PICK which is a rare occurrence for a Korean. Subsequently, it was performed in exhibits and performance halls which were based on the existing barcode band project. --------------------------------------------------- The "barcode band performance" video is included in my video list.

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