[DIGITALLY-INSPIRED] Augmented reality gets a whole new meaning in the animations created by Marty Cooper. Our reality is here enhanced thanks to traditional animation cels that are juxtaposed to real life situations and captured frame by frame with an iPhone 5S in order to create a stop motion animation
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[WEIRD APP] 20 Day Stranger" is a mobile social experiment that will let you share your life with a complete stranger fro 20 days. The app tracks the two users" every moves and uses data from Foursquare, Google Street View and Instagram to find out their location and display evocative images of each other's daily activities.
[INTERVIEW] Norbert Hillaire partage avec nous ses réflexions sur l'art digital, le statut de l'image et sur sa propre création artistique. Une courte pause bénéfique qui nous pousse à réfléchir avant de replonger dans la frénésie numérique.
[DIGITALLY-INSPIRED] Mark Rothko's color fields are one-of-a-kind masterpieces every museum wants to get its hands on. The abstract expressionist art works are now available to everybody thanks to Derek Brahney. He took it upon himself to digitally recreate the famous paintings using only an iPhone painting app
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[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.
[DIGITALLY-INSPIRED] Light streaks made with an iPhone become a full working font suit. Marcus Byrne traced with his smartphone each letter of the alphabet in the darkness and captured them with a Canon 5D set to a 3.5-second exposure.
[WEIRD APP] Put your drink on your iPhone and let it become a colorful light show. Using the glass as a prism, the lights go through your beverage and blink in sync with the surrounding sounds captured by the microphone.
[WEIRD APP] Everyone can now get an abstract painting of their own night of sleep thanks to an app developed by Accor. No robot this time, the app uses your the iPhone's accelerometer to record your movements and the microphone to listen to your breathing.
[CONCEPT] What will our devices look like in 100 years? That's the question Maico Akiba tried to answer in his sculpture series 100 Years Later. A Polaroid camera, an iPhone, an iMac's keyboard and much more are all covered in rust and moss, signs of the time that went by.
[DIGITALLY-INSPIRED] Five different objects recreate the gestures we use every day with our iPhones. Tap, scroll, flick, swipe or pinch are as many gestures that will have completely changed within the next ten years, according to Gabrielé Meldaikyte.