Butterflies! More… Tesla is a battery company! Google are building and buying. As well as remixing classic old adverts. Finally, Invite Media were a critical purchase – I always think of Google’s secret plan being the biggest classified ads company in the world. Finally, I tracked down the company that made all the furniture that […]
I was listening to the Interstellar soundtrack recently – great work from Roger Sayer – who is resident at the Temple Church in London. Watch the making of on the DVD if you can – great characterisation of the breath of all those artificial voices coming together and some really proper bass. Grumbling Fur are […]
James Bentley of Hellicar&Lewis and I are planning to attend the upcoming Kinecthack London event. We’ll be working on an upcoming open source installation for the Circulate project – “Remembering The Future”. We’ll be challenging young people from five areas of London to come up with costumes and architecture of the future. We are planning […]
How Quad Trees work. Great visualisation. You can hack your Furby’s face.
Yay PiPhone! £90! By David Braben! iBeacon is going to shake things up in the local interaction space. FPV for Occulus.
Seems like RiseVision is a good open source digital signage application. Does it work with Raspberry Pi? Via Sam Chada.
Burst of notes by me: If you want to do non incremental change you have to use the tools of tomorrow. Big data with computer vision is it. Clothes matching apps are just the start. Guardian today. Most of the public can only handle little ideas incremental. Technologists reject too. Intel and Motorola rejected it. Programmers rejected it too. Object orientated that weren’t […]
How Twitter uses Scala. A treasure trove of high resolution images from NASA’s vision of the future in the 1970’s. I’d like a t shirt of some of these please. Surely there should be an app for that? Micro robots FTW from SRI International and DARPA, via Kottke. Loads of visual programming languages, via Kyle.
Five common usage mistakes by David Foster Wallace. Chuck for real time music. The future of storytelling? I always wanted to make a whale that vomited rainbows. For reals! Rachel’s terms for working would be great for lots of freelancers and the like. Useful education for clients too.