1. Spatially aware devices

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    from Ishac Bertran Added 337K 1,034 34

    Video sketch exploring new ways of interacting with media across multiple devices. More information: http://blog.ishback.com/?p=1025

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    • Immaterials: the ghost in the field

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      from Timo Added 209K 1,082 26

      This video is about exploring the spatial qualities of RFID, visualised through an RFID probe, long exposure photography and animation. It features Timo Arnall of the Touch project and Jack Schulze of BERG. More here http://www.nearfield.org/2009/10/immaterials-the-ghost-in-the-field http://berglondon.com/blog/2009/10/12/the-ghost-in-the-field/

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      • NORTH FORK CHAMPIONSHIP III [by River Roots]

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        from The North Fork Championship Added 41.5K 202 20

        The competition at year three of the North Fork Championship was brought to new levels, with incredible feats of kayaking during races all weekend. Athletes travelled from all corners of the globe to the North Fork of the Payette to compete for the NFC Crown and title of the world’s best big water paddler. NFC III was all-time with the largest crowds to date, filled with massive amounts of support, and continually drawing more of the best kayakers in the world to race and ride this amazing river. So many THANK YOU’S to all those involved with helping make this event go off!! The NFC is FIRED UP to continue hosting the highest level of competitive kayaking. www.northforkchampionship.com A River Roots Production Directed and Edited by Rush Sturges Executive Producers | James and Regan Byrd Cinematography | Matt Baker, Page Stephenson, Fred Norquist, Jason Jacopian, Mike McKay Motion Graphics | Matt Baker Aerial Cinematography | Shifted Cinema - Ethan Fortney and Weylin Rose Phantom Cinematography | Stohke - Byron Garth and Eric Pedersen Race Logistics | Marty Rood and Sam Goff Rob Lesser 16 mm video courtesy of Norm Nelson Echo Films Music: Intro | ‘North Fork Legacy’ performed and composed by Greg Ellis Courtesy River Roots Records Action sequence | ‘Snorkle’ performed by Opiuo Courtesy of GSA Music All Rights Reserved Featuring: Rob Lesser, Jules Domine, Egor Vosboynikov, Evan Garcia, Gerd Serrasolses, Todd Wells, Rush Sturges, Andrew Holcombe, Joe Morley, Dane Jackson, Nick Troutman, Aniol Serrasolses, Ryan Casey, Bryan Kirk, Eric Deguil, Seth Stoenner, Galen Volckhausen, Eric Johnson, Momo Castillo, Louis Geltman, Alec Voorhees, Pangal Andrade Astorga, James Byrd, Geoff Calhoun, Isaac Levinson, Ben Marr, Brendan Wells, Brian Ward, Katrina Van Wijk, Kyle Hull, Tren Long, Preston Woods, Ryan Bailey, Adam Bass, Kalob Grady, Seth Swallen, Eric Parker, Pedro Andrade Astoga

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        • FourTap - Checking in to Foursquare using an Oyster card

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          from Dan W Added 6,498 46 20

          Still a work in progress. It works now, but needs a nice UI for linking Oyster cards to Foursquare accounts Follow http://twitter.com/fourtap for updates when it's finished. (Yeah, I need to say ummm a lot less when speaking)

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          • iPhone RFID: object-based media

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            from Timo Added 271K 400 19

            This is a video prototype of an iPhone media player that uses RFID embedded in physical objects to control media playback. More here: http://www.nearfield.org/2009/04/iphone-rfid-nfc

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            • Nearness

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              from Timo Added 164K 1,089 17

              Nearness explores interacting without touching. More here http://www.nearfield.org/2009/09/nearness and here http://berglondon.com/blog/2009/09/15/nearness/

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              • The Underground Library

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                from Keri Tan Added 62.9K 279 15

                Miami Ad School Student Project: A Simple Solution to help New York’s Empty Libraries (The creators of this idea are students who have no affiliation with the New York Public Library or any public library. This is purely speculative work that was developed as part of a class assignment.) Now that the internet is available almost anywhere, people are able to do “instant research” to learn about anything on their smartphones. The New York Public Library wants to remind New Yorkers that they are still a valuable resource, and a free service. NYPL wants to take your usual subway ads and make them into something fun and entertaining. They want to give New Yorkers something productive to do on the subway instead of their everyday people watching. New Yorkers will be given a free digital book sample to read on their way to work. Once finished they will be informed of the closest libraries so they could finish their story. Underground Library is a fictional student campaign, thought up by Max Pilwat, Keri Tan and Ferdi Rodriguez, three Miami Ad School students. This video explains how the campaign would work if it were adopted by the client. Agency: Miami Ad School Art Directors: Keri Tan & Max Pilwat Copywriter: Ferdi Rodriguez

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                • Sniff

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                  from Timo Added 45.2K 278 15

                  This is Sniff, a soft toy dog in green cotton plush. His carefully crafted exterior qualities don’t reveal that he is anything but a cuddly toy. But wireless technology allows him to ‘sniff’ and react to objects that come close to his nose. By focusing on non-visual interactive qualities such as tactility, sound and vibration, Sniff is designed with the particular needs of children with sight impairment in mind. But Sniff also works for everyone, young and old, where he becomes a companion in play, work and everyday life. More here: http://nearfield.org/sniff By Sara Johansson, Timo Arnall & Einar Sneve Martinussen Music by Andre Borgen http://www.myspace.com/aborgen

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                  • OKSU

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                    from Alexander Added 31.4K 222 14

                    How much digital content have you recently experienced from screen? And do you still have an easy and convenient access to many of it? It's not easy to remember all the useful sites you've visited and articles you've read.And it is almost impossible to remember it accidentally - we all tend to forget things that are not in front of our eyes. This is a printer that prints physical links to your digital content. It gives a new degree of freedom to our operations with digital content. Now it is possible to literally give a link to a friend or to make a tangible collection of an articles from a magazines on Ipad. There is no need for cartridges because of Z-INK paper - the paper have pigment inside. And the smooth instant opening of the content is possible because of NFC technology. Both of it is already exists on market. This is my diploma project in the British Higher School of Art and Design in Moscow, product design course.

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                    • Amyko

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                      from ILLO Added 1,556 269 13

                      A simple bracelet with NFC can change how medical information is shared in emergencies. Help make it a reality on http://igg.me/at/amyko/x/11183019 CLIENT: https://Amyko.it/ STUDIO: Illo CREATIVE DIRECTOR: Ilenia Notarangelo COPYWRITING & SHOOTING: Luca Gonnelli ILLUSTRATION: Cristina Pasquale ANIMATION: Nicholas Bertini SOUND DESIGN: Carla Gioia

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