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24/02/2014 / Android, Featured

Google's got a new consumer hardware initiative. It's a mobile phone with machine vision eyes, ultra-fast inner-ears and spatially aware brains. And around that 5" Android reference hardware, they're trying to coordinate the biggest party in Spatial Computing this side ...
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13/05/2013 / Featured, Objects, Processing

[caption id="attachment_35166" align="alignnone" width="640"] (click for full image)[/caption] Matthew Plummer-Fernandez's ongoing exploration of digital fabrication needs little introduction to CAN readers. Over the past few years the London-based artist has designed several series of exquisite artifacts that a viewer might be ...
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19/09/2012 / Javascript, WebApp

Created by Julien Levesque, Street Views Patchwork is a website which combines four embedded Google StreetView scenes from different places together to create a coherent landscape scene. It works like a slideshow, but the collage is quickly broken if you try to use ...
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30/07/2012 / Javascript, openFrameworks

Created in the labs of Teehan+Lax, "Painting with a digital brush" is an attempt to free ASCII Art from the confines of the screen and enable it to exist in physical space - with simply light and paint.
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19/07/2012 / Javascript

This Exquisite Forest is a new collaborative project by Aaron Koblin and Chris Milk produced by Google and Tate. Following the opening party last night at the Tate Modern where we had a chance to get a first look at the ...
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28/05/2012 / Featured, Scripts

If a picture says more than a thousand words – and current internet dynamics tend to agree – what would a visual guide to the English vocabulary, contemporary and 'webresentative', look like? Ben West and Felix Heyes, two artists and ...
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10/12/2009 / Flash, WebApp

Partly inspired by Gerhard Richter’s series of overpainted photographs, Untitled Painting is a web application by  Thomas Traum with music by Tim Hecker, “Azure Azure” from his album Radio Amor. Set it to your own preferred location, paint over the landscape ...
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05/09/2009 / Scripts, WebApp

Inspired by Helvetireader (user script to change to look of google reader), Ad Taylor has created a similar script to change the look of Google Calendar. Instead of dated, quite unattractive existing look you can replace it with Helvetica ...
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03/02/2009 / iOS

Michael D Jensen has just released a full featured Google Analytics app for the iPhone. In the last few months, ever since the launch of the app store, there have been a number of apps that provide you with access to ...
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15/01/2009 / 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 ...
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01/12/2008 / WebApp

Simple yet probably your most used webapp application replacement: Keyboardr Keyboardr is a replacement for your blank/google or any other start-up page you may have set in your Firefox/Explorer/Safari/Camino/Chrome or any other browser you are using. It speeds up your internet experience. And if you ...
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19/10/2008 / iOS

Byline is a newsreader that syncs with your GoogleReader to get the latest news to your iPhone on the go. Please watch the video review below and leave comments / opinions. Description: Read the latest news from your favorite sites and blogs, ...
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16/10/2008 / Android

T-Mobile's G1 Android based HTC phone reviews have started coming in. If you are considering it, places to go and read the reviews are: T-Mobile G1 review on Engadget (Part1, Part2) T-Mobile G1 review on Gizmodo here A Hands-on First Look at Google ...