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May 11th, 2011 | Katy | Categories: Interactive, Mobile | Tags: interface, iphone, Mobile, photography, photos, Viral |
Inspired by a viral video, this iPhone 4 app prompts you to take a picture of yourself everyday. It also includes a time lapse function so that after you’ve taken a number of photos you can watch a speedy photostream of your face with your daily surroundings blurring behind it.
This app excels in its simplicity and easy user experience — little things like using the iPhone 4′s camera, alarm, and even a grid that helps you line up your face on the screen.
The YouTube video that inspired the app:
Via Fast Co. Design
May 10th, 2011 | Friends | Categories: Online, Tool | Tags: digital, Online, photos |
Check out Statigr.am for a fun analysis of your activity on Instagram.
Contributed by Mike Davidson
April 7th, 2011 | Friends | Categories: Development, Installation, Mobile, Prototyping, Technology | Tags: 3d model, Mobile, phone, photos, pics |
Microsoft Research has created a cell phone app that allows you to take a bunch of images around an object and create a 3D model from it.
Unfortunately, it doesn’t seem like you can try it out yet, but it does look pretty sweet from the video.
Contributed by Collin Whitehead
March 3rd, 2011 | Friends | Categories: Inspiration, Interactive, Online | Tags: Inspiration, Interactive, photos |
This may not be mind blowing, but it’s definitely kinda neat. Flitser is a website with a lot of photos of people taking pictures of themselves in a mirror using their camera’s flash. As you roll your mouse over, the center of the flash light follows your mouse pointer. There’re also a few automated animations and one interactive one called “Click, Drag, Throw”.
November 8th, 2010 | Friends | Categories: Art, Development, Inspiration, Mobile, Outdoor, Social, Strategy, Technology | Tags: app, Art, design, digital, Inspiration, iphone, Mobile, photography, photos, Technology |
Goodby, Silverstein & Partners teamed up with Hipstamatic to release the Dalí Museum Goodpak in celebration of the grand opening of the new The Dalí Museum. All proceeds from the 99¢ Salvador lens+film add-on for the popular Hipstamatic iPhone app will go to The Dalí Museum, which opens in St. Petersburg, FL on 1.11.11.
November 8th, 2010 | James Taylor | Categories: Inspiration, Technology, Video | Tags: design, Inspiration, photos, photoshop, Technology, Video |
What it would be like to be able to photoshop the real world in I Have PSD (Photoshop Dexterity) from Hyperakt.
via laughing squid
October 26th, 2010 | James Taylor | Categories: Art, Development, Inspiration, Interactive, Mobile, Online, Social, Technology | Tags: app, design, development, digital, Inspiration, Interactive, interface, ipad, iphone, Mobile, Online, photos, Social, Technology, touch, touch screen |
Projeqt aims to enable people to share their stories by providing a simple way to create a website viewable on any device. TBWA created the publishing tool and used it to build their own website.
October 11th, 2010 | James Taylor | Categories: Art, Inspiration, Online, Social, Viral | Tags: Art, digital, Facebook, Online, photos, Technology, Viral |
Printing Facebook will print and ship a poster of all your friends’ profile pictures.
via Laughing Squid
February 12th, 2010 | Friends | Categories: Inspiration | Tags: maps, photos |
This is a pretty cool new feature of Bing maps that mashes up tagged photo’s from Flickr with Photosynth, Street view images and data overlays to give you a richer experience and understanding of a particular location. You can read more about the thinking behind it on their blog here.
February 4th, 2010 | Friends | Categories: Online, Social, Technology | Tags: app, mosaic, photos, touch |
Here’s an example of Silverlight3 Deep Zoom being used in the Air Jordan Mosaic 23/25 site. The web application allows the user to upload photos of themselves with their Air Jordan shoes. Collectively those photos form a larger ‘mosaic’ (containing thousands of images), thus giving the campaign a ‘social’ element.
This technology also has multi-touch capabilities and the ability to interactively view hi-res images. The user can pan and zoom deep into the ‘mosaic’ image, and interact with the images using touch screen technology if the application was running on an in-store kiosk screen for example.
You can find out more here.