Luma7 is a place where you can Build Mindmaps Automatically and find new idea connections to kick-start your creative process It started because it’s very hard to have ideas “on-demand”, and because we are always primed by the ideas and knowledge that we already have, every time we try to be creative. This is a very […]
I’m very happy to announce that we are now organizing the creative mornings Geneva. If you never heard about it you might wonder what is it all about. Basically CreativeMornings is a monthly morning gathering people in creative fields started by Tina Roth Eisenberg (swiss miss) in New York.. Think about TED, but with a different […]
At >moser design we have developed a new application for the iPad that intended to show the new possibilities of the device and how it can be used in a commercial and educational environment. This is intended to be used as a demo tool and to answer some questions like: How does the Ipad works […]
Camille Scherrer is a swiss designer that perfectly combines augmented reality and with graphic design resulting in projects that are both cutting edge and elegant. Currently working at the EPFL+ECAL lab, Camille likes to say that she plays at the intersection of technology and art, and she agreed to answer us some questions about her […]
A new kind of designer is emerging on the face of the new mediums of technology and information. Mobile devices, tablets, the proliferation of connectivity and the open source democratization are some of the reasons for this new paradigm. We are used to think that designers often work mainly with the right side of the […]
VIV Mag Featurette: A Digital Magazine Motion Cover and Feature for the iPad from Alexx Henry on Vimeo.
With the introduction of tablets and better mobile devices, as well as a good network, newspapers and magazines are destined to be a rare sight, and just for the aficionados, much like the vinyl. This shift will change faster than expected essentially because it’s a win-win-win situation. Publishers win – selling more magazines as distribution […]
Here is an experiment with Augmented reality back in 2009, produced with the FLAR toolkit. The live version is long gone, but there’s still a video showing how it worked.