Recommended a couple of our fine 4th years … Film riot is a great YouTube series giving some down and dirty video advice.
This one covers how to shoot a driving scene without needing the assistance of car mounts! Ryan shows three different methods to achieve the effect! Including an old but cool technique.
This augmented reality app from the Art Gallery of Ontario is definitely interesting … but are visitors engaging with the art or the interface?
Read a full article on it on Fastcode.com
A quick snapshot for some interesting applications of robots in design. Read the full article here on www.designboom.com
Art meets experience design meets ash. And a nice bit of motion graphics to boot!
ASH TO ART – Animation from Sharon Liu on Vimeo.
When Florian Thalhofer shows one of his interactive documentaries in theaters, he supplies the audience with laser pointers. The audience can vote with their pointers at different stages in the video to construct the narrative collectively.
This is a good talk from him (sadly with an irritating tune in the background)
And this is a interview with him on niemanstoryboard.org
Good old d.school. A 90 minute introduction to design thinking in the form of a real-time session. Perfect for 222.358 #coca3.
Three years ago, everyone thought Google Glass was going to be the future of augmented reality. But by 2015, Glass had been pulled from the market and deemed a failure. Turns out, people didn’t really want AR in their glasses—they wanted it to help them catch Pokémon on their phones.
Image Via Statista
Read full article on Contently.com