February 12, 2015 Leave a comment
Twitter has announced that tweets will be displayed in Google search results in the future.
Learn more about the plans here.
February 3, 2015 Leave a comment
With the title ‘creativity at work’ and an electronic music background, the ad presents us the different functionalities that the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 S-Pen can offer.
The result is a colourful collage of all the arts and crafts materials the S-Pen can emulate.
Watch this joyful advert below and tell us what you think.
January 30, 2015 Leave a comment
Wolfgang Tillmans’ ‘Book for Architects’ has been ten years in the making, and includes photographs of buildings from thirty seven countries.
The installation consists of 450 photographs, which were captured using standard lenses to approximate the perspective of the naked eye.
The images are projected as a two-channel video installation onto perpendicular walls, which the Museum describes as a ‘personal portrait of contemporary architecture that will be familiar to everyone’.
Find out more about ‘Book for Architects’ here.
January 28, 2015 Leave a comment
A new 3D printing pen can be used to doodle in the air, forming 3D creations from molten plastic.
WobbleWorks’ 3Doodler 2.0 is a smaller version of the original and has been designed to be more stable and user-friendly.
The pen operates like a glue gun, with colourful plastic filament extruding from the tip of the pen in a malleable form. The fan inside the pen cools the fluid plastic quickly, ensuring it solidifies into the desired shape.
3Doodler creations include the London bus figurine pictured, a remote control plane, and even dresses for a fashion show.
See the innovative pens in action below and tell us what you would make with a 3Doodler 2.0.
January 26, 2015 Leave a comment
James Patterson is offering a self-destructing copy of his latest novel ‘Private Vegas’ for £194,000 to one lucky reader – after twenty four hours, the book will actually explode.
A thousand digital copies of the book will also be released; these will also ‘self-destruct’ after a day and feature a countdown at the top of the screen.
The stunt has been designed to put the thrill back into publishing in the digital age – although a normal hardback edition has also been published for readers who prefer to take their time.
Find out more about the book here and let us know what you think of the campaign.