Something new. Also, I got tweeted my NASA. I’m going to stop the blog. Turning petabytes of satellite imagery over 37 years into an interactive experience in product, on the web, and an interactive installation at the UN. Timelapse in Google Earth provides visual evidence that climate and human behavior are changing Earth. Our team… Continue reading Google Earth Timelapse: a better understanding of Earth’s dynamic changes.
It’s Sunday evening and I’m a bit all over the place. My wife and I took a Virgin Atlantic flight on Thursday night from New York and landed at Heathrow on Friday morning. It was a one-way trip. Wait? What? After nearly three and half amazing years in New York, I’m back in London. I’m excited to say I’m… Continue reading Hello London. I’m back.
Most of the stuff I work on is confidential so I don’t get to share it publicly—but my last project could hardly be more visible. I’m not going to write lots about it as there’s already plenty of coverage out there. All I wanted to say is that it’s the meatiest (and most rewarding) thing I’ve ever tackled. We kicked the project… Continue reading Introducing my latest project: Google’s New Logo & Identity
I’m excited to be able to share something I’ve been working on with team at Google’s Advanced Technology and Projects (ATAP) group over the past few months. Project Soli is a new technology that uses radar to enable new types of touch-less interactions. My team worked on the overall project design + branding, early interaction ideas and use-cases, demo… Continue reading Project Soli: a new radar based wearable technology
It’s Sunday evening. I’m a bit all over the place after getting off a plane late last night – flying to New York to start a new job, tomorrow, at Google Creative Lab. Yep. It feels strange to write that. I’ve talked about it before a little bit; but have only just found the breathing… Continue reading Hello Google
Google Street View stop motion animation short made as a personal project by director Tom Jenkins. Gorgeous.
This month we’ve been thinking about how 2011 is shaping up for that 42” screen sitting quietly in the corner of your living room. Because when the likes of YouTube, Vimeo, Apple, and Google start focusing on delivering services for the tv… know something’s going on. It’s not just the digital big boys either. A… Continue reading Internet + TV = The Battle for the Living Room
Lovely animation to promote Google Street View. GOOGLE STREET VIEW from Sehsucht™ on Vimeo.
Google Instant went live last week. http://www.google.com By the time I got in the office on Monday people had made all these: 1- YouTube Instant http://ytinstant.com/ 2- iTunes Instant http://labs.stephenou.com/itunes 3- Google Maps Instant http://hartlabs.net/instant_maps/ 4- Google Instant Images http://cdn.michaelhart.me/mh/instant_images/ But is it good for us: Google Instant is trying to Kill Me, by Charlie… Continue reading The Week Everything Went INSTANT