A motorised prosthetic for the able-bodied by designer Dani Clode.
Someday, we will all go to eleven.
A lamp designed by Leslie Nooteboom that projects animated patches of light on walls – mimicking the appearance of what the Japanese call komorebi (patches of sunlight reflected off water or filtering though leaves).
The idea is to add soothing ambience to high rise spaces usually denied such simple pleasures.
Open Pose: a new form of machine learning that allows computers to detect and follow human body language.
This test footage by cretaor/coder Samim mines information from (among other things) Bruce Lee fight scenes, Monty Python’s Ministry of Silly Walks and David Lewandowsky’s WTF classic ‘Going To The Store’
Behold the Fluent Design System from Microsoft, what sez:
Introducing a new design system for the next wave of creativity across Windows devices. Fluent Design will deliver intuitive, harmonious, responsive and inclusive cross-device experiences and interactions.
Whatever that means.
A short by Paul Trillo shot entirely (in one unbroken 10 minute take) by drone. The result is a uniquely menacing vision of one man’s public breakdown in full sight of his neighbours. To wit:
The entire shot was pre-visualized in CInema4D using 3D actors and computer generated voices. The camera operator and drone pilot then had to memorize everything beat for beat according to the script.
Here’s how it was made.