Be one of the first to experience the euphoric chill of Ursa Minor’s innovative string of electro pop with this freshly made visually provocative exclusive. Literally dripping with fluorescent neon bliss, this explosive video features the London four-piece in a Cyberdog infested realm where glow sticks leak in abundance from up above. It’s as though a gang of Central Saint Martins’ freshers have raided the art cupboard after eating one too many skittles, creating not just a droplet of wonder, but a pure fountain of kaleidoscopic splendour.
iPad storyteller Joe Sabia introduces us to Lothar Meggendorfer, who created a bold technology for storytelling: the pop-up book. Sabia shows how new technology has always helped us tell our own stories, from the walls of caves to his own onstage iPad.
In London, for the new CrossFit trainer. Artists last week created the largest piece of 3-D street art ever (over 1,000 square meters), garnering Reebok not one but two Guinness world records. I don't like 3-D street art, but it's kinda cool looking, I guess. Compare it to the Guinness-confirmed smallest ad ever—100 microns—etched on a whisker by Gillette.
Contraversial new Benetton campaign shows world leaders kissing. The campaign is centered around a digital 'kissing wall' where you can upload your unhate photo. The main part of the campaign is a short film: UNHATE by French director Laurent Chanez, tells of the precarious balance and complex interweaving between the drive to hate and the reasons to love.
Anti-smoking charity ‘Quit‘ has launched a cinema campaign showing a young woman aging prematurely as she draws on a cigarette. Post-production house Framestore gives an insight to how the effect was created.
The Echo Temple allowed users to play virtual musical instruments by moving their body in front of motion-tracking cameras.
The Echo Temple included six monolithic speaker towers with motion tracking cameras encircling a central tower including subwoofers. Participants standing in front of the monoliths were able to manipulate a different melodic instrument’s volume, pitch or unique audio effect by moving their body and waving fans branded with special symbols. The central tower produced the core of the mix: drums, bass, drones and the main harmonic progressions, and had architectural bamboo that could be tapped to trigger percussive sounds within the mix.
For this stunt PSA on behalf of St. John's Ambulance, BBH treated a live audience of moviegoers in London to an idyllic family scene that turns ghastly when one of the daughters begins to choke on popcorn.
TED Talks Charlie Todd causes bizarre, hilarious, and unexpected public scenes: Seventy synchronized dancers in storefront windows, "ghostbusters" running through the New York Public Library, and the annual no-pants subway ride.
As if Guitar Hero was not enough, Pringles Crunch Band offers new ways in which to prentend to be a musician. This is ideal for those failed musicians or computer geeks like Thomas whose fat fingers just didn’t have it. Instead of just rocking at home playing xBox Guitar Hero, you can now do it anytime, anywhere, and with anyone. All you need, is a smartphone and an unhealthy appetite for Pringles.
The Scion Surface Experience is a unique interactive installation for the 2011/2012 Auto Show season that enables exploration of the brand's product, racing and cultural affiliations in an unexpected way.
Amnesia Razorfish today announced the launch of Amnesia Connect – a software breakthrough, which allows instant and seamless sharing and transfer of any content such as photos, music or embedded apps between multiple handheld devices using a Microsoft Surface table using a single gesture.
We have seen a lot of random and creative music videos, but nothing quite as unique or obsessive as the music video Kina Grannis (@kinagrannis) created for her song, “In Your Arms. It took 288,000 jelly belly jelly beans, 30 people and 2 years to create - watch the making of video here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cIH4MJAC2Tg&feature=player_embedded
Urban Projection Mapping, as it is loosely known, is the art of creating video displays that make buildings come alive in light, color and motion.
Armed with powerful technology, a handful of enterprising video artists create vivid, visually arresting video displays that are projected on urban architecture. These videos tell stories, form abstract imagery and in some cases, sell products. To celebrate this new form of urban art, here are 10 of the best urban projection mapping videos by some of the world’s best artists.
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