Archive for January, 2008

Immersive 360° Videos With Motion

Monday, January 28th, 2008

360° images have come a long way in quality since the old days of Quicktime VR, but they never really did hit the kind of popularity you may come to expect from a 3D-ish approach. And really, maybe it’s just because they are static and thus mostly boring. That may change however. Immersive Media has specialized themselves on 360° films with a twist: the material is not static, but actual film footage playing. It does make for a much more interesting experience:

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You can get a lot more demos here.

Incidentally, they are the same folks behind the Google Street View technology.

(Thanks, Datenvandalen)

To Read This Report, Please Preheat Your Oven

Monday, January 28th, 2008

Cook This Annual Report
Croatian creative agency Bruketa & Zinić have designed an annual report for food company Podravka that has to be baked in an oven before it can be read. has info on the smart piece of work, along with more pictures.

I Want To Buy A Church Now

Wednesday, January 23rd, 2008

Well, wouldn’t you? At least after having a look at this:
Redesigned Church
freshome features a beautiful architectural feat by Netherlands-based Zecc: the interior redesign of a church into a modern home. Now I’m not much of a church-goer (quite the opposite, actually), but I certainly wouldn’t mind setting foot in this one.

Watch Out For The Design Police

Wednesday, January 16th, 2008

Here Come The Design Police
Bring bad design to justice with the help of your friendly neighborhood design police.

The Problem With Pictograms…

Sunday, January 13th, 2008

The Problem With Pictograms…is that, when not thought out perfectly, they are open to interpretation. In the case of safety signs, the outcome can be disastrous. demonstrates this wonderfully in a hilarious parody of our fear-mongering friends at US Homeland Security. Remember: If you are sprayed with an unknown substance, stand and think about it instead of seeing a doctor.

Fujiya & Miyagi – Ankle Injuries

Saturday, January 12th, 2008

Alright, so I don’t really like to put too many flash videos on the front page at once, but I thought this video is absolutely brilliant. Old school pixel art via dice.

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Lovely song as well! Fujiya & Miyagi – Ankle Injuries

Lodger – I Love Death

Friday, January 11th, 2008

Here’s a funny music video for the weekend, Lodger‘s song “I Love Death”. They seem to have a pretty coherent visual style es well, if you check their other videos on YouTube.

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(Thanks, Datenvandalen)

The 36 Exposures Challenge

Friday, January 4th, 2008

Hey everyone, I hope you’ve had a nice few days with your families. We’re back! :)

The 36 Exposures Challenge Intriguing contest by coudal, FILE Magazine and flak joint:

You have 1 film roll, 36 frames. Tell a story.
No digital, no Photoshop, no cropping or anything else.

Cool. I haven’t seen anyone use film in a while.
Let us know of you take part!

Update: whoops, only two days left to submit your ideas. Better hurry up!

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