“Noise” from Kijek / Adamski on Vimeo.
Notes from Vimeo:
“Film inspired by the theoretic work of George Berkeley and basics of synesthetic perception. It’s a game of imagination provoked by sound. Individual sounds penetrating into the apartment of the main character relieved of their visual designates evoke images distant from its origins.”
New Zealand based company Romotow has patented this innovative take on mobile living space design. The entire mid section swings out 90 degrees to reveal a clever, cleanly designed outdoor living space. Taking only three minutes to set up, this is an amazing design feature for car camping enthusiasts. Many more interesting features beyond the […]
The Decelerator Helmet – A slow motion for Real Life from Lorenz Potthast on Vimeo.
This thought provoking ‘decelerator helmet’ concept by German Artist Lorenz Potthast allows it’s user to visually experience time passing in slow motion. It seems that it’s literally, a whole new way of taking in the world around you. There are many more fascinating […]
Kickstarter is an amazing phenomenon isn’t it? It allows brilliant people to bring their ideas to life by raising the funds to make it happen, this example is no exception. The beautiful wrist watch design above called ‘Vuelta’, was created by Leo Padron, founder of the Minneapolis based Padron Watch Company. His passion and knowledge for restoring Swiss and […]
This video is pretty hot right now all over the internets, for good reason. It’s an amazing effect and very well documented. It must be a complete trip to experience this in first person. Have a look.
TimeHue from abstractmachine on Vimeo.
Notes from Vimeo:
“TimeHue is a clock that represents time as a series of hue values ranging from 0° to 360° within in the HSL color space. To read the clock, start from the center and move outwards: the hue of the small circle represents hours, the middle continuous hue represents minutes and […]
TEDxAmsterdam 2011 Human Brain from WE ARE Pi on Vimeo.
Great concept, amazing visual effect. Have a look.
Notes from Vimeo:
“Rutger Hauer, The Dutch National Ballet and Amsterdam’s creative community make brains from people, an Idea Worth Doing. This is the dress rehearsal of the first human brain in a series of three. See it live: 25th […]
The Porsche headlight Polaroid series above, called ‘Pantone Porsche’ is one of the best things that I’ve seen today while browsing my Tumblr dashboard. Emmanuel Delaby’s Flickr stream is filled with interesting moments and terrific autos, all captured and thoughtfully enhanced with filters and various applications. Makes for a fun browse.
Visit -> Emmanuel’s Flickr
I came across this declined Myspace concept work by Mexican agency ‘Face.’ today on the Behance network, and I have to say it’s pretty solid. I’m feeling the aggregate content display similar to a ‘Pinterest‘ experience as well as the smart use of color and the clean bold graphics that involve little fuss or clutter. […]
Augmented City 3D from Keiichi Matsuda on Vimeo.
This is an entertaining and well visualized concept by Keiichi Matsuda. Lot’s of little sci-fi AR details, some interesting ideas around the ability to enhance one’s environment, some fun UI… all dipped in an old school vat of 3D… Where did I put those glasses? Worth a view.
Tristan Perich: 1-Bit Symphony (Part 1: Overview) from Tristan Perich on Vimeo.
This is an interesting album concept by Tristan Perich that I found on yayeveryday.com this morning. In short the album is equipped and able to produce it’s own original music on the fly when the user turns it on. Be sure to adjust your […]
To me, there is nothing better than a well visualized concept. You can put something down in words, discuss it or wireframe it out for months, even years, but until you render an idea in a way that’s true to life it’s difficult to fully understand the potential. The ‘iWatch’ concept by Naples based ADR […]
Mag+ from Bonnier on Vimeo.
From Vimeo page:
This conceptual video is a corporate collaborative research project initiated by Bonnier R&D into the experience of reading magazines on handheld digital devices. It illustrates one possible vision for digital magazines in the near future, presented by our design partners at BERG.
Visit -> http://www.bonnier.com
I found this collection of images in a blog post at bright.nl, an innovative lifestyle magazine based in Amsterdam. The idea of these multi-stemmed/multi-prop wind turbines make perfect sense to me. I don’t know if they were rendered in 3d as a design exercise or if they actually exist, but I’m intrigued. Whenever a manmade […]