Month: January 2009

iAttractor [iPhone]

iAttractor is an iPhone application allowing you to generate dynamic three-dimensional Attractor forms you can navigate and alter. An attractor is a term used to describe a set to which a dynamical system evolves after a long enough time. Points that get close enough to the attractor remain close even if slightly disturbed. Geometrically, an […]

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Pulse [Windows, Linux, Mac]

British developer team UglyApps seem to have been cooking up all kinds of stuff at their little studio lately. This includes realtime shadows running on the iPhone as well as Pulse, a freeware game they’ve been working on over the past week for the Windows and Mac platform. Pulse is a hybridised arena shooter with a fresh hint of […]

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Obscura [iPhone]

Obscura Digital is a San Francisco based creative agency continually generating new forms of experiential marketing for clients around the world. Using proprietary software including patented motion-triggered and multi-touch screens they have created pieces that allow people to interact in unique and engaging ways. From large-scale immersive environments, holographic projections, laser graffiti to motion triggered […]

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BuddyFeed [iPhone]

BuddyFeed is a recent addition to FriendFeed client apps for iPhone and iPod touch. Probably the most featured client, BuddyFeed is what you would expect from an app to browse latest activities of your friends and groups on FriendFeed. Although Mother Feed, webfeedr and Nambu offer similar integration, the features included in the BuddyFeed closely resemble what you get on FriendFeed.com. If you […]

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QuadAnimator [Flash, iPhone]

Takayuki Fukatsu has just released a free Windows and Mac OS X app called QuadAnimator, built in Flash, that can turn your multi-shots created using QuadCamera in to animated GIF’s. We have reviewed QuadCamera few days ago and found it a perfect companion to iPhone’s camera. QuadAnimator is a desktop addition to the app that really extends it’s […]

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1pxClock [iPhone]

With over a 100 clock apps in the AppStore it may be hard to decide which one you should to go for. Although many of them tell you about time, in a million different ways, from old clock to digital, none provide features that you would actually need from the clock app. For one being […]

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Jetset: A Game for Airports [iPhone]

Jetset is a game about air travel with a satirical take on the incredible amounts of stress we go through at the airports. As today’s regulations change frequently and are often different from airport to airport and security staff increasingly interpret regulations how they like, Jetset puts you in the shoes of a security agent trying to avert terrorism while getting everyone through a […]

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Deskography [WebApp]

Deskography is a simple little service where you upload photos of your desk. Already incredibly popular on many sites’ forums, it is very apparent that people love sharing where they work and what set-ups they have. This is not just because to see where all that hard work comes from but also because we love getting ideas […]

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NANO [iPhone]

NANO is an intuitive and addictive puzzle game created by artist / musician Adrian Johnson (Rustcycle). You slide your finger across the screen to “paint” the flow of the particles through the magnetic field. The six different particle types have different behaviors and masses for interacting with the field. Guide benign particles to the spherical […]

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ToyCamera [iPhone]

ToyCamera is a simple photo application that turns your iPhone into a fun toycamera. Created by Takayuki Fukatsu (iTunes link)it’s his prime photo app for taking quick pics and applying quick photo effects. First released in October last year and most recently 2.01 version, ToyCamera is about point, shoot and share. In this process, by default, you are […]

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History of the Internet [Reference]

“History of the Internet” is a fantastic animated documentary explaining the inventions from time-sharing to filesharing, from Arpanet to Internet. The history is told using the PICOL icons on picol.org , which are available for download soon. On blog.picol.org you can get news about this project. You can see the credits for this movie on lonja.de/motion/mo_history_internet.html Other works […]

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Grid/plane Data Visualization [Flash]

A project done in collaboration with google in the form of a series of data visualization concepts. The sketches below are are all based around a concept of aggregating and visualizing online media buzz across various social media outlets. Working in tandem with Google Analytics, the Flash-based, interactive tools allow users to explore relationships and […]