Something new.And absolutely one of my favourite projects this year. Read the official Google blog post.
Something new. Part of Hack to Help. Our communities are facing all types of challenges with the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. In the midst of all of it, we’ve been inspired by the small hacks people are making to help in any way they can. So we’ve created this page as a resource for others who… Continue reading Sodar. Using WebXR to help visualise social distancing guidelines
Something new. Read the official Google blog post. Did you know that the average person looks at their phone over 52 times a day? 📱Unplugging can be tough. To find focus, try our new #DigitalWellbeingExperiments—a collection of ideas and tools to help you find a better balance with technology → https://t.co/sFGbsNKZnk pic.twitter.com/pYOeWpCsqn — Google (@Google)… Continue reading Digital Wellbeing Experiments
Something new. All you need is your voice and a phone to explore the world with the #WebVR Experiment Speak to Go → https://t.co/hx0PWZLaDG pic.twitter.com/jP9wuqaDjo — Google (@Google) April 19, 2017 Explore the world with your voice: try Speak to Go, a WebVR Experiment made for mobile at https://t.co/zAcD9c5TG5 pic.twitter.com/1qicQ76GPz — Google Arts&Culture (@googlearts) April… Continue reading Speak to Go: A WebVR Experiment
Something new. Come and play with virtual reality right in your browser. Introducing #WebVR Experiments → https://t.co/Eg7TAzpAbG pic.twitter.com/6N87McwTEs — Google (@Google) April 12, 2017 Introducing #WebVR Experiments: come and play with VR in your browser. https://t.co/dTQYSBO2iV pic.twitter.com/EaxXmRhOgb — Experiments with Google (@ExpWithGoogle) April 12, 2017 Virtual reality on the web for everyone. Come play with… Continue reading WebVR Experiments
AI Experiments is live. https://aiexperiments.withgoogle.com It’s time to get hands-on with A.I. Explore #aiexperiments and play with pictures, drawings, music, code, and more → https://t.co/ZywjoLaOp0 pic.twitter.com/Hj5t5y7GPY — Google (@Google) November 16, 2016 There’s a bunch of amazing experiments on the site; but this one below is the one I spend the most time with during… Continue reading AI Experiments
Tweetfuel from Stinkdigital on Vimeo. TweetFuel is an Arduino-controlled experiment that uses the Nike+ FuelBand to measure the health of our Twitter account. This is something I meant to write about a long time ago. I also wanted to write a detailed and smart post about how and why the project came about, what it’s… Continue reading TweetFuel. A new(ish) experiment from Stinkdigital
An experimental film in tribute to Ridley Scott’s film Blade Runner, made as a unique picture with a resolution of 60.000 x 60.000 pixels (3.6 gigapixels) using 167,819 frames from the 1982 classic. BLADE RUNNER revisited >3.6 gigapixels from françois vautier on Vimeo.