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Here’s a beautifully shot video from Dwell as part of their video series, “The Full Spectrum,” an unabashed exploration of color.
Dwell’s Aaron Britt interviews Herman Miller’s Creative Consultant, Susan Lyons, to get the inside story regarding colors, materials, and finishes that play into Herman Miller designs.
Our TaylorMade Golf touch screens have hit golf stores across the nation. For this season’s new products, the latest tour player news, streaming videos, and access to contests and promotions, the touch screen delivers it all into the retail space. Watch our video on the TaylorMade touch screen in action.
We collaborated with Martha Stewart and the Sony team to bring Martha fans instant access to her newest recipes with the Martha’s Everyday Food app for the Sony Dash. The app is a great tool for the kitchen with a daily new dish, and a constantly updated list of seasonal picks featured on the Martha Stewart website. A touch on the screen will pull up recipes to pick and choose from. Users can see ingredients, email the shopping list, and hear Martha give audio tips on dishes directly from the app.
Congrats to the lucky audience at the show who all took home a Dash!
We’ve been working on some conceptual ideas for mobile phones. This demo movie shows a mobile phone concept we worked on in collaboration with the Kyocera design team, where the entire phone surface, including the edges, becomes a functioning space. Called UFO, which stands for User Friendly Object, the concept movie debuted at CTIA Wireless this year at the Kyocera showcase along with a model of the actual phone.
Flux kicked off its third annual screening series at the Hammer Museum last night, where we went to see OK Go’s elaborate music video “This Too Shall Pass,” as well as the other excellent short films offered.
Rhiannon Evans’s stop motion animated short, “Heart Strings,” charmed us with a very human love story between two rag dolls. In L’Ogre’s “Hold Your Horses – 70 Million,” band members reconstructed famous paintings in a hilariously witty performance. The program ended with OK Go’s music video. We appreciated the meticulous hard work and talent required to shoot the video. Eighty-five takes and 89 setups is no easy feat, not to mention the coordination and timing required for syncing the people, music, and machine together. The video has reached almost 10 million views on YouTube, but it was a different experience to watch it on the big screen.
WIRED’s new tablet application could trigger a revolution in the way readers interact with magazines.
The application allows readers to physically interact with print content, enhancing reader experience in ways that weren’t possible before. Articles come alive with the touch of a finger, launching videos, 3D animations, and even allowing 360-degree views of photos and products. Readers have quick access to all articles using the dual access navigation and can share articles through social media within seconds. As designers, we’re anticipating what the future of print can become as magazines incorporate digital technology. 2D photos with captions could soon be a thing of the past.
The Sony dash Personal Internet Viewer just launched at CES and is hitting stores in April, bringing favorite web apps to your bedroom, kitchen, or office through built-in Wi-Fi. We created the product startup video for the dash which greets owners with a short clip highlighting key features such as weather, traffic, sports, social networking, movies, music, games and more. Gmail, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, ESPN and Pandora, along with 1500+ other apps that can be downloaded are all available with the touch of a finger.