Here is a series of illustrations made by Russian artist Evgeny Kazantsev for the annual calendar of Gefest Insurance Company in collaboration with Burjui Bang! Bang ! agency. The idea is to show how the real places and objects of our time will develop and integrate into the world of future.
Designer Anouk Wipprecht has designed this strange arachnid dress. The structure spread out and curl up imitating the spider mechanism thanks to sensor monitors. A biomimetic 3D printed project featuring an aesthetic design which is the result of a great technologic research. To discover in video.
Recently, Microsoft shows signs of a return to the forefront of the technologic scene. After Windows 10, here is Hololens: an augmented reality headset using a holographic processor. This processor will display 3D elements with which the user can interact in the real environment in the form of holograms.
After their work for Hermès and always on the metamorphosis theme, the studio Vallée Duhamel has imagined the new ad of Samsung – “Creativity at Work”, with agency Heaven. Through a dynamic video, they have declined the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 S-Pen in various tools it can represent : scissors, glue, a pen to write, etc. Perfect transitions to find out.
Dillon Markey an animator for Robot Chicken, recently integrate a piece of his childhood into his line of work. Using a re-modeled Nintendo Power Glove, which was developed by Nintendo Entertainment System in the late ’80s, it’s granted him better control of his animations with maximum efficiency. To discover in video.
At CES 2015 in Las Vegas, BMW has showed new functions of its Laserlight technology with the M4 Concept Iconic Lights model. The brand unveiled ways in which Laserlight, extensively integrated with assistance systems and vehicle sensors, can be used to implement new intelligent lighting functions.
A new year is the promise of new technology advances : to summarize some of the last creations made in this domain, Fubiz presents you its selection of the best 3D printings : among watches, dresses, sculptures, an overview of the most audacious concept and the most complex shapes are to discover through this best-of.
Zhou Hongtao is a designer, artist and researcher working in the interdisciplinary areas of furniture design, sculptural installation and architecture. “Textscapes” merges font design with 3D printing to generate 3D documents which the reading process become an interactive and artistic experience not only for the general audience but blind individual as well.
Bang & Olufsen released its new speakers “BeoSound Moment” designed by studio Frackenpohl Poulheim. It features the world’s first touch-sensitive wood interface. The wireless device’s patternplay feature adapts the listening patterns of the users, and suggests music or radio programs that fit with the relevant day of the week and the time of day. It also allows you to access Deezer.
Blocks Wearable introduced an open platform system, allowing a smartwatch to be almost infinitely customizable. The device will come out with an e-ink or LCD display configuration and has been engineered to be modified for better performance with different hardware modules such as cameras, longer lasting batteries, gestural controls, fingerprint scanners or GPS.
Here is Nixie, the brainchild of researcher Christoph Kohstall, the first wearable drone of the world. This prototype begins as a bracelet and then become a small quadcopter after performing a simple gesture with your wrist. Once the device took off, he knows exactly where you are and allows you to take photo or video, then come back to you like a boomerang.
Based in Kansas City, Taylre Jones working at Grade KC has done a real work of post-production of the Americain independant movie The House On Pine Street, directed by Aaron and Austin Keeling. From the photography direction of Juan Sebastian Baron getting along with the two directors, Taylre has colorized the stills by optimizing the lights and the tints by showing a before/after.
“Neurotiq” is a surprising project conceived by Sensoree studio. Not only 3D-printed, this jellyfish-shaped hat can visualize the mood and the thoughts of the wearer thanks to a sensor system and then illustrate it by colors appearing on its structure. A smart project to discover in images and video.