New app by Radiohead and Universal Everything invites you to a dreamy journey into your subconscious
[WEIRD APP] Based from the album "The King of Limbs", PolyFauna uses the sounds and imagery of the track Bloom. You can immerse in this abstract world and explore its different corners by tilting and turning your device. Numerous digital creatures are floating around and you can even create your own by drawing on the screen.
[WEIRD APP] Discover the magical world of fractals in this new app for iPhone and iPad. Fractals are self-similar patterns which means that the whole resembles smaller parts of itself at different scales.
[INTERVIEW] We asked a few questions to Théo Le Du, aka Cosmografik, the creative director and game designer of "Type:Rider", about the origins of the game and his stance on the world's most hated font.
What more natural for the new king of casual gaming to actually be named "King"? With "Candy Crush Saga", his highness reigns over 16 million dedicated players logging onto their smartphone or Facebook everyday. We wanted to go back on the tactics which allowed the conquest of the throne with the most loyal strategists of her majesty: Lord Stephane Kurgan, General Director of Operations and Lord Alex Dale Marketing Director at King.
[WEIRD APP] This iPhone app lets you modify a picture of your choice by applying one of the 12 presets at your disposal. Modify the parameters, such as the mess or pixel density and you will get a unique piece of pixel art.
[WEIRD APP] Based on the cult phrase from "Titanic", "Draw me like one of French girls", this app lets you be the Rose of a stranger across the globe who will have the pleasure to draw your pretty face. I
[INDIE GAMES] After the recent riot outbreaks that have arisen throughout the world, from Egypt to Greece, it is only logical to translate this global phenomenon into a game. After all, there are simulations for everything, why not digitally recreate social protests?
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[WEIRD APP] This Polaroid app for iPad lets you take instant photographies on your device. Yes, digital photographies are by definition instant but this one recreates the Polaroid effect by slowly discover the picture you took like an original Polaroid.
[CONCEPT] The Urbasee tool offers a new way of presenting architectural projects. Using augmented reality, one can visualize a building in 3D on his tablet or smartphone (iOS & Android) through a special app.