interactive map of the internet 2013

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Developed in collaboration between steamclock software and graphic designer jeff johnston for peer 1 hosting, the interactive
app visualizes a map of the 22,000 systems that make up the internet in three-dimension – demonstrating a virtual exchange
of information of the worldwide networks that are interconnected to form the web


if you want to check out the app for yourself, download it from the iTunes store here for free.


Light Show @ the Hayward

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Shooting some stuff @Hayward tomorrow evening. Looks promising

“Light Show explores the experiential and phenomenal aspects of light by bringing together sculptures and installations that use light to sculpt and shape space in different ways. The exhibition showcases artworks created from the 1960s to the present day, including immersive environments, free-standing light sculptures and projections.”



Future interaction design 2013

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You’re probably kept awake at night wondering about the future of interaction design and user experience, tossing and turning as you ponder the interactive interfaces we’ll be engaging with in the world of tomorrow. If so then you might find some respite from your sleepless nights in this 18 minute documentary Connecting from Bassett & Partners.

In it industry experts and the like deliver their thoughts on what kind of designs will be shaping, among other things, the much-hyped Internet of Things—where objects in the physical world will become “smart” and connected to the web by having software, or technology, embedded into them.



Lynx Apollo to send someone into space!

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According to Buzz Aldrin in this video, Unilever’s Axe / Lynx brand are to send someone into space as part of the promotion for their latest scent,Apollo. Participants can register at the Axe Apollo websites, where visitors can vote for who to send.

I can’t believe that got the client to sign off the budget – but fair play to the agency who came up with the idea.

What’s next? Time travel?