In 2014 a few of us had been talking about future surfaces and interfaces. There’d been some conversations about text as interface and other stuff. We’d played with the idea of using the keyboard as a space to try a little hack. But nothing had bitten, so we put it away in the top drawer. In 2015 another project we’d… Continue reading Meet Gboard: Search. GIFs. Emojis & more. Right from your keyboard
Love this app for Kalles that tells you how to boil the perfect egg, but also puts a playlist together that, when finished, means your egg is ready. It’s a small thing but a really nice touch. I see way too many apps that are packed with “things” and “features” that don’t do any of… Continue reading Egg Timer iPhone app
There need never be another iPhone commercial after this one — and it’s not one. This video was filmed unannounced on Friday October 8, 2010 aboard the New York City B Train, over the Manhattan Bridge into Brooklyn and edited from 3 iPhone cameras. All footage is performed 100% live and executed in one take.… Continue reading iPhone Enabled: “Take Me Out” by Atomic Tom LIVE on NYC subway
This is a smart. Trimensional uses both the screen and the front-facing camera on your iOS device, detecting patterns of light reflected off your face to build a true 3D model. More at: http://www.trimensional.com/
A lot of people think AR is dead and a bit of a dirty word, but there’s some interesting stuff appearing again. Jekyll and Hyde Augmented Reality Book Scrawl™ 3D iPhone drawing using multi-touch. 3D Drawing in Augmented Reality from String on Vimeo. Add in untapped areas like mixed reality, outdoor experiences, events, and gaming;… Continue reading Augmented Reality Tech Demos
A game where you have to stay at least 50 metres away from everybody else in Stockholm playing. If you succeed, you win the new MINI Countryman. Simple.
Square lets you accept payments, everywhere. No contracts, monthly fees, or hidden costs. Brilliant concept. Few security concerns. One to watch. https://squareup.com/features
via youtube.com I’m going to try this out later. Interesting to go for completely voice / no-touch in an app, but I like the look of it. via