AI translated to Canvas automagically. Enough said.
A formal theory of Facebook-icity
"Social design is actually central to Maslow's hierarchy of needs, I believe. After our physiological needs of food and water, and after our basic safety needs of, well, essentially not getting killed, we have a very interesting duality between needing love and belonging and our own sense of self-esteem"
Five billion devices and counting.
Worked up a quick demo for using HTML5/WebGL to present video/commenting mashup in a full-screen style. The idea is that the user rotates the video in a 3D space and the comments flow around it in the remaining free space.
Have a look at the quick mock-up.
New ideas in UX and media design. Who wants to come on a field trip?
How do we interface with a group like this? Are the resources we bring to the table relevant for actors with such a mission?
What can we build that not only enables their work but also enriches it? What can we build that lets them do something more, something faster, something better?
Peruse the details and share your ideas.
Like Arduino, BugLabs provides hardware modules and an integrated programming environment to rapidly prototype new device functionalities.
"BUG is a collection of easy-to-use, open source hardware modules, each capable of producing one or more Web services. These modules snap together physically and the services connect together logically to enable users to easily build, program and share innovative devices and applications. With BUG, we don't define the final products - you do."
Interactive video tech -- new js platform to exploit all the HTML5 goodies.
More distraction candy for your attention-deficited brain.
Start with two demos:
Glenn Beck meets Donald Duck
Annotated State of the Union -- a vialogue
Now on to the platform:
UI for annotating video with media
The enabling backend tech
Comment, controversy, compounded by cane.