Month: August 2009


Commentry [Flash]

Commentry is an interactive 3d visualization of comments on a popular digg story. Created by Manuel Tan from the flash application visualizes Digg’s rating system combined with word counts allows us to see the status as well as health of a story. Heated debates can easily be found as well as popular reactions(good or bad) made […]


Indexhibit [WebApp]

Indexhibit is a web application used to build and maintain an archetypal, invisible website format that combines text, image, movie and sound. Created by Daniel Eatock & Jeffery Vaska and inspired by Daniel’s left and right frame format back in 2001, in in 2004 Daniel invited others to replicate the format and over 200 people […]


MultiVid [iPhone]

MultiVid is a multi-screen synchronization playback solution for the iPhone and the iPodTouch. Instead of using a centralized video processor, MultiVid allows you to play videos simultaneously on a number of iPhones/iPod Touches. Using a desktop application for both Mac and Windows you can transfer videos to the devices via WiFi and play them simultaneously. […]


DopplerPad [iPhone, Sound]

Created by Retronyms, DopplerPad is an iPhone sound application that allows you to quickly create and perform musical hooks, phrases and loops with a variety of custom synth and sample-based instruments. DopplerPad offers a unique take on mobile music production. It’s clear that it was designed solely with iPhone in mind, and doesn’t attempt to follow […]


ASCII Animation (Scripts)

“Morph” by Skylined is an ASCII-animation in the browser, using JavaScript. The animations are made up of two parts. The first one is a “Morph” effect between four different ASCII logos and the second part being Mandelbrot fractal look-alike zoom and rotation. Created by Skylined ASCII Animation (ASCIImation) “Morph” by Skylined (using JavaScript). (via DigitalTools)

CAN Social Feed using Yahoo Pipes

CAN Social Feed [News]

In the last few weeks we have been trying to find the best way to aggregate CAN activities online. We have many followers and readers but sometimes some of our postings are missed. Twitter is a good example where you may miss some awesome links we post because you were simply asleep. Wouldn’t be great […]


The Graveyard [Mac, Windows, Games]

Finalist in the category of innovation at this year’s The 12th Annual Independent Game Festival, The Graveyard is a very short computer game designed by Auriea Harvey and Michaël Samyn (Tale of Tales). In The Graveyard you play an old lady who visits a graveyard. You walk around, sit on a bench and listen to […]


Musophobia [iPhone]

Inspired by the loophole in the rendering stage of openGL, Musophobia for the iPhone is an application that allows you to draw using a particle cluster of brushes. Instead of a single brush like you would expect in other drawing applications, you wield up to 999 particle-brushes at once. Instead of using the brushes as […]


colorDial + timeDial [iPhone]

colorDial and timeDial are two converter iPhone applications by Masahiro Kurokawa. Created using a dial interface, timeDial (free) application converts the unit of time where the colorDial gives you the color preview and the hexadecimal values of inputted RGB numbers. The colour application also allows you to save your colour to the colour list. Both applications […]


iFound [iPhone]

iFound is a new iPhone application from tha ltd for browsing, very popular image bookmarking service and inspiration website. Released only hours ago, iFound allows you to browse public as well as if you have an account, see your own images and “i Like” others. I, unfortunately, do not have an account on ffffound […]


Youth Music Box [Environment, Sound, Events, oF]

The Youth Music Box, currently installed in the Royal Festival Hall, London, was commissioned by the Youth Music charity. It’s a collaboration between Silent Studios, Chris O’Shea with music & sounds created by Resonate, to create a free, interactive musical experience, allowing you to create your own unique track and video using cutting edge technology, all […]


GoodMorning! [Processing]

GoodMorning! is a project by Jer Thorp, a Twitter visualization tool that shows about 11,000 ‘good morning’ tweets over a 24 hour period. Built using processing, using the ‘gathering’ client running for 24 hours collecting 1,500 tweets at a time, the app displays all the tweets using good morning terms and their appropriate locations on the rotating globe. […]