Weekend – through my eyes.
Tag Archive for 'iphone'
Sometimes in the race of life we often forget beautiful moments around us, we need to live and enjoy everyday you do or love to do.
A nice little video documentary about photography in the era of Instagram.
I trust that the creative eye will continue to function, whatever technological innovations may develop.
- Ansel Adams
Took these photo sometime ago using my iPhone, learning these days iPhone Photography and making my beautiful morning with Chirping birds around. If you love this, you should email me. It’ll make my day.
I recently took this photo while roaming around city. If you love this, you should email me. It’ll make my day.
The story behind Corning’s Vision of “A Day Made of Glass 2″.
See the above video, how Corning’s highly engineered glass, with companion technologies, will help shape our world.
Balloon Fishing, i just loved this cool game designed using augmented reality, made me smile.
Starbucks adding a lots of fun to their holiday packaging using augmented reality app. We will soon see lots of ‘Interactive Packaging’ and way to engage people.
Let’s have some fun
A very cool mobile app campaign from Fiat. The most interesting part of this is that by relying on existing signage to activate the campaign, this mobile app treats road signs like QR Codes. By capturing the signs with the app, users get information on various features of the Evo, the app is taking advantage of a huge potential set of calls to action that are already ubiquitous.
With a small budget Fiat managed to create their largest ever outdoor campaign with over 1,000,000 traffic signs being spotted on week one.
The new Financial Times have launched a new, faster, more complete web app for the iPad and iPhone which is available via your browser rather than from an app store.!
The new app has a number of benefits like:
- Web browser access – No download needed
- Automatic enhancements – No need to visit an app store for the latest version
- Reading offline – The latest edition is automatically stored for offline access
- Speed – Improved performance on most connections
- Greater range of content – Including video on iPhone
It employs a new Web technology standard called HTML5, which allows programmers to create a single application that can run on a variety of devices, including Apple’s iPhone and iPad, Google’s android phones system and the BlackBerry PlayBook, although the new app does not work on some versions of the devices.
Well this is awesome and pure fun. Pick n ‘Play is an interactive game from McDonald’s. Watch the above video you will love this
Mike Matas demos the first full-length interactive book for the iPad — with clever, swipeable video and graphics and some very cool data visualizations to play with. The book is “Our Choice,” Al Gore’s sequel to “An Inconvenient Truth.”
Our Choice will change the way we read books. And quite possibly change the world. In this interactive app, Al Gore surveys the causes of global warming and presents groundbreaking insights and solutions already under study and underway that can help stop the unfolding disaster of global warming. Our Choice melds the vice president’s narrative with photography, interactive graphics, animations, and more than an hour of engrossing documentary footage. A new, groundbreaking multi-touch interface allows you to experience that content seamlessly. Pick up and explore anything you see in the book; zoom out to the visual table of contents and quickly browse though the chapters; reach in and explore data-rich interactive graphics.
It’s available in Apple itune store.
You need to use a simple wrapper called “ReversiIphone” this Reversi project enables it to run on the iPhone. For detailed instructions on building this project. Read here
You can also check it out Packager for iPhone here.
A nice simple but great presentation on mobile design by Antony Ribot to understand the emotion, behaviour and human context. Inspiring i like this and use it while designing.
Have a look