Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Win Compilation 2010 MUST WATCH

Win Compilation 2010:re-blog from The Awesomer

Win Compilation 2010

It wasn’t all misery in 2010. Turns out lots of great things happened (on YouTube), and N0bodyyy decided to follow up his Fail Compilation with some of the more successful feats from the past year.

Mashups, Broken Down

Mashups, Broken Down:re-blog from The Awesomer

Mashups, Broken Down

While the music from a variety of artists plays on, the website gives a visual representation of which samples are currently playing and when they overlap. (Thanks Matt!)

Anamorphic Architecture, in a Seoul Storefront, Plays with Projected Dimensions

Anamorphic Architecture, in a Seoul Storefront, Plays with Projected Dimensions:re-blog from Create Digital Motion

An unseen, imagined world is becoming as accessible to today’s generation as the typewriter or graphite pencil was to a generation before. Geometrical theory, in two and three dimensions, has been illustrated for many centuries. But now, we can play with those geometries in our own finite world, as liquid and changeable there as they can be in the mind. How any kid (young or old) could fail to fall in love with the geometric discipline now is beyond me.

The work above is just one glimpse of that world, a subtle and informal one staged by a studio class in a small gallery storefront in Seoul, Korea. But, of course, it’s also one work in a bigger picture. I spent today puzzling over coordinate spaces and computational geometric theory, so this comes, for me personally, at a perfect time.

It’s also a reminder to me that the new Tron movie is way, way too solid and unchanging, but that’s a conversation that can wait for another day.

The description, and another related music visualization, follow:

Artists developed low polygon forms from basic primitives and through a series of deformations and replications produced a structure with minimal data. These structures where then developed (made planar) in order for them to be printed two dimensionally.

This enabled the surface to be re-constructed backto its original 3D form. As the object exists in 3D in both digital and analogue form this allows us to project animations and graphic back onto the object from the digital version with relative accuracy. In effect the form exists in digital and analogue spaces simultaneously.

The analogue and digital spaces are converging into what has become known as Augmented Space or Augmented Reality. This convergence will accelerate in the near future as LED architectural surface technology and motor actuators become cheaper.

- David Hall

This is the work from David Hall’s studio class in IDAS Hongik.

2010.10.29 – 2010.11.11 At the corner gallery, Samchung Dong, Seoul, Korea.

More of David’s work:

Chemical Jump: Best of 2010

Chemical Jump: Best of 2010:re-blog from Chemical Jump

Although it was extremely harder than I thought it would be to choose my top picks this year, I’ve finally managed to do it. I’m not a man of many words (I like to let other people do that) so this will be just as wordless as last year’s chart. Also, I would like to see what everyone else’s picks for 2010 are! So if you made a personal year end chart, please post it in the comments for me and others to check out!

Favorite Tracks of 2010:

1. Congorock – Babylon
2. Boys Noize – Yeah
3. Dada Life – Unleash The Fucking Dada
4. Duck Sauce – Barbra Streisand
5. Swedish House Mafia – One
6. Bart B More & Harvard Bass – Listen To This
7. Afrojack feat. Eva Simons – Take Over Control
8. Wolfgang Gartner – Undertaker
9. Jack Beats – Out Of Body
10. Hey Today! – Talk To Me
Honorable Mention:
Party Harders & The Subs – The Pope Of Dope

Favorite Remixes of 2010:

1. Crookers feat. Yelle – Cooler Couleur (Junkie XL Remix)
2. The Subs – Mitsubitchi (Bobermann Remix)
3. Graffiti 6 - Annie You Save Me (Reset! Remix)
4. Hey Today! – Strange (Boris Dlugosch Remix)
5. Swedish House Mafia – One (Congorock Remix)
6. Paul Chambers – Yeah, Techno! (Soulwax Remix)
7. Shakira – She Wolf (Villains Remix)
8. Aeroplane vs Friendly Fires vs Flight Facilities – I Crave Paris
9. Pase Rock – Nights (Nadastrom Remix)
10. The Chemical Brothers – Dissolve (Bloody Beetroots Remix)
Honorable mention:
Rusko- Hold On (Sub Focus Remix)
Drop The Lime – Sex Sax (Bart B More Remix)

Favorite Edits of 2010:

1. Fake Blood – I Think I Like It (Tommie Sunshine & Figure EC$TACY edit)
2. Beastie Boys – Sabotage (Alex Metric Re-Edit)
3. Chromeo – Night by Night (Siriusmo Remix) [Boys Noize Edit]
4. Ellie Goulding – Starry Eyed (Russ Chimes Remix) [Steed Lord Homicide House™ Edit]
5. D.I.M. & TAI – Lyposuct (Rynecologist Merdur Re-Edit)
6. Alan Braxe & Fred Falke – Intro (Bart B More Edit)
7. Diamond Cut – Teardrops (Treasure Fingers Filter Disco Edit)
8. Valerna – Look Ma! (Felix Cartal Edit)
9. Robbie Rivera – Rock The Disco (Laidback Luke Edit)
10. Daft Punk – Something About Us (Laberge Edit) (SoundCloud)

Favorite EPs of 2010:

1. Carte Blanche – Black Billionaires EP [Beatport]
2. Cassius – The Rawkers EP [Beatport]
3. AC Slater – Calm Down Trilogy EP [Beatport]
4. The Phantom’s Revenge – Charlie EP [Beatport]
5. Don Rimini – Nlarge Your Parties EP [Beatport]
6. Adulture & OCD Automatic – Paper Cat EP [Beatport]
7. Hey Today! – Talk To Me EP [Beatport]
8. Mumbai Science – Gold [Beatport]
9. Sound Of Stereo – Flatland EP [Beatport]
10. Reset! – My Trunk EP [Beatport]

Favorite Mixes of 2010:

(Not including CJ Guest Mixes)
1. Dirty South Joe & Flufftronix – Luvstep
2. Wolfgang Gartner – Essential Mix
3. Villains – Vendetta Pt. 1
4. Jack Beats – Essential Mix
5. Designer Drugs – DATAMIX X
6. Don Rimini – OMGITM Supermix 30
7. Breakbot – Valentine Mixtape

Most Overly Remixed Track of 2010:

Yolanda Be Cool & DCUP - We No Speak Americano

Most Hyped Track of 2010:

Duck Sauce – Barbra Streisand

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Controversial Steve Jobs figurine appears to sell for $2,500 on eBay

Controversial Steve Jobs figurine appears to sell for $2,500 on eBay: re-blog from AppleInsider

source : ebay

After a law firm representing Apple blocked the producer of a lifelike action figure of Apple CEO Steve Jobs from selling it, the figure has apparently sold for $2,500 on eBay.

Thursday, December 16, 2010

DAFT PUNK Poses at "TRON: Legacy" World Premiere

Walt Disney's 'TRON: Legacy' World Premiere held at the El Capitan Theatre on December 11, 2010 in Los Angeles, California.

(Photo Credit: Todd Williamson)

Kinect Air Guitar

Kinect Air Guitar

Air Guitar prototype with Kinect from Chris O'Shea on Vimeo.

Tron Skatecycles

Tron Skatecycles

Monday, December 13, 2010

Ratatat - DRUGS

Ratatat:re-blog from Polkadot


Today at Casa da Música in Porto, Portugal, Ratatat will be playing at 2pm.

It’s going to be a fun music night.

Music video by Carl Burgess | Via

2011 Color of the Year: Pantone 18-2120

2011 Color of the Year: Pantone 18-2120:re-blog from Polkadot

Pantone, the color authority, has just announced PANTONE® 18-2120 Honeysuckle, a vibrant, energetic hue, as the color of the year for 2011. PANTONE 15-5519 Turquoise, 2010 color of the year, served as an escape for many. Do this pink will work in the same way on next year?

Ghosts of World War II

Ghosts of World War II: re-blog from Polkadot

Sergey Larenkov has just released new photos of his series “Ghosts of World War II” – this time on the occupation of Paris circa 1940. The amateur photographer mixes archive photos with modern pictures, trying to match the same places and situations. You can read a nice interview about his works here.

Aurora Borealis Timelapse

Aurora Borealis Timelapse: re-blog from TheCoolist

Photographer Tor Even Mathisen captured the Aurora Borealis over Tromso, Norway in a stunning timelapse video. This surreal act of the elements, perhaps Nature’s most magical, dances across the Norse skies in Mathisen’s frame. The Aurora Borealis is something we at TheCoolist hope to see before we expire.

Wednesday, December 1, 2010

TRON: Legacy: B-Roll Footage

TRON: Legacy: B-Roll Footage:

TRON: Legacy: B-Roll Footage

Living up to its name, movie website Making Of scored some behind the scenes footage from TRON: Legacy. There’s no commentary, but you’ll see lots of neat and sexy costumed stars.

New Balance: Sneaker Projection Mapping

New Balance: Sneaker Projection Mapping:re-blog from Computerlove


Imaginary project for New balance/ sneaker promo Produced by smithssi in Flurry Interactive.

Star Wars Augmented Reality

Star Wars Augmented Reality:re-blog from Computerlove

Test footage from an early version of Star Wars Arcade: Falcon Gunner, the first augmented reality Star Wars game. Available on iPhone ($4.99) iTunes Link


Tree of Codes | Jonathan Safran Foer

Tree of Codes | Jonathan Safran Foer:re-blog from Computerlove


The book you want to make just cannot be made.

“Jonathan Safran Foer, deftly deploys sculptural means to craft a truly compelling story. In our world of screens, he welds narrative, materiality, and our reading experience into a book that remembers that it actually has a body.”
~ Olafur Eliasson

Our early conversations with Jonathan Safran Foer about Tree of Codes started when Jonathan said he was curious to explore and experiment with the die-cut technique. With that as our mutual starting point, we spent many months of emails and phone calls, exploring the idea of the pages’ physical relationship to one another and how this could somehow be developed to work with a meaningful narrative. This led to Jonathan deciding to use an existing piece of text and cut a new story out of it. Having considered working with various texts, Jonathan decided to cut into and out of what he calls his “favourite book”: The Street of Crocodiles by Bruno Schulz.

As Jonathan began to carve out his story, we started doing our production homework and literally got turned down by every printer we approached – their stock line being “the book you want to make just cannot be made”. Thankfully, we found Die Keure in Belgium who relished the challenge of making a book with a different die-cut on every page.
Over a year of writing, cutting and proto-typing later, comes Tree of Codes, a haunting new story by Jonathan Safran Foer cut from Bruno Schulz’s words.

The book is as much a sculptural object as it is a work of masterful storytelling: here is an “enormous last day of life” that looks like it feels.​tree-of-codes
Published 15 November 2010
ISBN 978-0-9565692-1-9



Tree of Codes by Jonathan Safran Foer - Public Reactions

Amnesty's guerrila campaign makes the invisible visible

Amnesty's guerrila campaign makes the invisible visible:re-blog from CR Blog

No, you're not hallucinating. This eerie glowing face peering out from street railings in central London is, in fact, a new Amnesty International campaign entitled, Making The Invisible Visible....

The campaign is the fruit of a collaboration between London agency Brothers and Sisters' creative team Lisa Jelliffe and Kirsten Rutherford (the duo behind the StreetMuseum iPhone app for The Museum of London) and Berlin-based street art collective, Mentalgassi.

The point of the campaign is to raise awareness of Amnesty's work seeking justice for unfairly treated or imprisoned people around the world, and in particular, of the plight of Troy Anthony Davis (it's his face peering out from the installations), a 42 year old man who has spent the last 19 years on death row in the US state of Georgia for a murder he has always said he did not commit. Amnesty International maintain that no physical evidence links Davis to the crime and seven out of nine witnesses on whose evidence he was convicted in 1991 have since changed or retracted their testimony, some citing police coercion. Despite the doubts surrounding his guilt, he still faces execution.

The image is, of course, made up of strips stuck to the side face of square tube railings - meaning the image isn't visible when you look at the railings head on, but only when you see the railings from a side view - as you're walking towards them.

'The surprising use of faces on fence railings reminded us of prison bars which seemed like a unique way to highlight Amnesty's work,' says Jelliffe of the campaign.

For those in London wanting to check out the installations in the flesh, there are two on railings along Great Pulteney Street in Soho, and another outside 5 Berners Street, just north of bustling Oxford Street.

A plaque on each site alerts passers-by to an Amnesty website – – where they can sign a petition calling for justice for Davis.

Here's a video of the pieces being installed:

Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Buck: Against Dumb

Buck: Against Dumb:re-blog from Motionographer

Buck‘s back again for Smart Car’s campaign, Against Dumb. It’s the eco-friendly-car idea explored in quite a particular way; a retro colour pallette, mixed with a precise sense of timing and narrative transitions, adds up to a solid piece of classic Buck.

Creative Director Orion Tait kindly shared some words about the project with Motionographer:

“Our pals over at Strawberry Frog approached us with a great little script, an open animation brief and a pretty tight schedule. We’ve done a couple projects with them recently, and they loved the piece we did for Waiting for Superman. Striking the right balance of tone was important; If taken too seriously or too flippantly, we ran the risk of alienating viewers and accentuating the potential hypocrisy in a message like this. So the direction was to have fun with it, to be anthemic without being preachy. As always, music and sound design help quite a bit in this regard, and as always Antfood totally nailed it.”

Director: Buck

Creative Director: Orion Tait

Executive Producer: Anne Skopas

Producer: Kitty Dillard

Design: Gareth O’Brien / Yker Moreno

Lead Animation: Gareth O’Brien

Additional Animation: Harry Teitelman / Chad Colby / Claudio Salas /Jacques Khouri

Sound Design & Music: Antfood

VO Talent: Tirtzah Wilson

Agency: Strawberry Frog

Monday, November 29, 2010

Reuters Best Photos of 2010

Reuters Best Photos of 2010:re-blog from TheCoolist

Out of the half-million photos that Reuters photographers produce each here, Reuters has selected 55 as the Best Photos of 2010. These photographs capture the human spirit at play and in turmoil within the natural world around us. The Pakistani floods, the Gulf oil spill, the Shanghai World Expo, the [...]

Underworld - Live on TV!

Underworld - Live on TV!:re-blog from The Beatery
I’m supposed to be writing a SYTYCB article but it’s having trouble manifesting itself so in the meantime please enjoy a video of Underworld performing Always Loved a Film live on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. Their television performances are rare, and it is a neat way to get a well-lit look at their live setup. Not sure why they brought all the guitars and other things. Hopefully they played more than one song and didn’t just set them up for show.

Tron Legacy Projection show at London Southbank

Tron Legacy Projection show at London Southbank: re-blog from Motionographer

Hey Londoners, come see the Tron Legacy Projection Mapping show on London’s Southbank! There are also a re-creation of Flynn’s arcade, the original TRON arcade game, and other stuff…More info, click on this post

Saturday, November 27, 2010

TRON Sam Flynn Collectable Figure with Light Cycle

Are you ready to get on the Grid?

To keep in line with the TRON: Legacy movie launch in Christmas, our 1/6th scale Sam Flynn Collectible Figure with Light Cycle is coming very soon! Stay tuned! (The product shown in this teaser is not final.)

Thursday, November 25, 2010

Levi’s “The Trucker” by Laundry!

Levi’s “The Trucker” by Laundry!: re-blog from Motionographer

The Klaxons: Twin Flames and the rise of the NSFW video

The Klaxons: Twin Flames and the rise of the NSFW video: re-blog from Motionographer

1989 was a big year. It marked the fall of the Berlin wall, the year of the first ever liver transplant, and the release of “Like a Prayer” by Madonna. It was also the year that Brian Yuzna’s revealed his twisted fantasy horror “Society” to the world.

Once seen, never forgotten, it’s certainly stuck in the mind of London-based music video director Saam Farahmand (Simian Mobile Disco – Cruel Intentions, The XX – Islands, Soulwax – Part of the Weekend Never Dies) with his most recent video for long-time collaborators The Klaxons.

Interestingly, considering Society was so highly acclaimed for its make-up and physical effects, Farahmand has chosen to execute his video with clever use of motion control rigs and computer blending. Using techniques of the modern combined with inspiration from the old, Saam creates a wonderful homage to “Society” in this no-holds-barred NSFW video for the band.

This piece also highlights the current trend in directors and commissioners being able to push the censorship boundaries. Although there have always been controversial promos, it begs the question as to whether the MTV censors are factoring as highly in creative decisions now that we have the level playing field of the online community, or, dare I say it, are more controversial videos being commissioned in order to stand out from the online crowd and rack up the hits?

Containing nudity and graphic scenes, this wonderfully executed piece transports you into a world where flesh is as versatile as rubber. Hold onto your hats! It’s a twisted triumph.

Klaxons – Twin Flames (Polydor)

Director: Saam Farahmand / Partizan

Producer: Ella Sanderson

Production Manager: Julie Crosbie

1st AD: Rob Thorpe

DP: Dan Bronks

Art Director: David Lee

Asst Art Director: Laura Marsh

Dir. Assistant: Shiny

Hair & Makeup: Lisa Mustafa, Pamela Cochrane

Stylist: Heather Noir

Editor: Gus Herdman @ Trim

Lead Visual Effects Artists: Ric Comline & Jasper Kidd @ Blind Pig

2D VFX: Tim Andrews, Michael Brown, Mark Pinheiro @ Blind Pig

Flame Artists: Phil Oldham, Michael Smith, Ben Robards, Richard Bainbridge, Simon Holden, Anthony Walsham @ Blind Pig

Combustion Artists: Owen Saward, David de Min, Krissy Nordella, Betty Cameron, Rob Drury @ Blind Pig

3D VFX Artists: Christopher Holmes, Guillaume Julien @ Blind Pig

Post Producers: Dan Bennett, Aimee Safko @ Blind Pig

Commissioner: Ross Anderson & Emily Tedrake

Big Think Series: What is Motion Media Design? (Part 1)

Big Think Series: What is Motion Media Design? (Part 1): re-blog from Motionographer
Editor’s Note: The Big Think Series attempts to step back from our frame-to-frame existence and look at the bigger picture. This post is from Austin Shaw, a designer and director currently serving as a Professor of Motion Media Design at the Savannah College of Art & Design.

Motion Media Design Fractal © Austin Shaw 2010

This is a question that many Motion Media Designers struggle to answer. Is it Motion Graphics? Is it Animation? Is it Branding? The Theory presented in the fractal diagram above seeks to answer some of these questions.

Motion Media Design builds on the tradition of many creative disciplines. To break it down to its essence, I have constructed a fractal image that is essentially a set of cross continuums. Each continuum represents a pair of complementary opposites. Being complementary means that each opposing end of a continuum completes and/or balances its opposite. That means that an aspect of Motion Media Design such as “Motion” is not complete without its complementary opposite, “Stillness.”

This theory is expressed through the idea that a beautiful motion piece begins with a beautiful still image. A single Style Frame is most often the genesis of a Motion Design piece. In practice, I typically begin a Design Board striving to achieve a frame with a dynamic composition. Once I have a great composition, I will create another frame in the sequence, either before or after my first ‘Hero’ frame. Creating beautiful motion becomes an extension of creating beautiful compositions in still frames. The process of animating can be a journey from one amazing composition to the next as planned out in a Design Board.

If you look at the fractal diagram you will see the words “Change” and “No Change” at either end of the Motion / Stillness continuum. These serve as tipping point guidelines to know where a piece stands along the continuum. The question to ask to determine where a piece is located along the continuum is “Is it changing?.” If it is changing then it is tipping towards Motion. Conversely, if it is not changing then it is tipping towards Stillness. Let’s have a look at an example of each…


"MASKS" Panda Panther for Zune

Now take a moment. Reflect on what you just experienced. Then take a look at an example of Stillness…


"Still Life"

To be clear, I am not placing a value judgment on either Motion or Stillness. Rather, I am attempting to highlight their differences as to better understand their respective strengths. In the Panda Panther piece, I am amazed at the richness of Change. The music and sound design creates movement through emotion. The camera angle is constantly changing from wide to medium to tight shots. The point of view of the beings of the opposing armies changes as they exchange masks, not to mention our view of these beings as semi-savage warlike critters, to cute and childlike characters. Change can be experienced both externally in what we see, and internally in how we perceive and feel.

Now, contrast the experience of ‘Masks’ with the still life of the flower. Silent and calm is what I feel, especially heightened immediately following the viewing of the Motion piece. There is a serenity rooted in the Stillness, a theoretical snapshot of a moment in time. Both pieces may share many similar qualities, but there are fundamental differences.

It is important to note that the notions of absolute Motion or absolute Stillness exists only in theory. You will indeed find moments of Stillness in Motion as well as Motion in Stillness. However, the overall quality of a piece will tip towards one end of the continuum or the other.

I am curious to hear your responses to the experience of Motion compared to Stillness.

To be continued in Part 2: Art & Design

Wednesday, November 24, 2010


FREITAG – F48 HAZZARD Backpack:re-blog from Polkadot

A very nice video to present the last bag ( a backpack, actually) from Freitag. I guess you can use the bag even if you are not an acrobat..

The new backpack F48 HAZZARD performs all the tricks of the trade. Trust it with your life: There is storage for your digital darlings (up to 17″). Trust it with your career: Carry it landscape-wise, with stowed away shoulder straps. Executive Summary: The F48 HAZZARD is square enough for business, without losing uniqueness

Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Post-it Love (10,000 times like!)

Post-it Love:

Love post-its! :)

We can write anything we want, make drawings and more.

Feature Film by Si & AD. | Via


SUPAKITCH & KORALIE:re-blog from Polkadot

Amazing wall painting by artists Supakitch and Koralie at the Museum of World Culture in Gothenburg, Sweden. In case you were wondering, it took them about 4 days to finish it.

Hermès Finger Skate

Hermès Finger Skate:re-Blog from Polkadot

Brand new campaign from Hermes, featuring products from the latest collection and a session of “Finger Skate” skate with your fingers. More at, an interactive microsite featuring their products related to different themes including video, cool animation, downloadable screensavers and more.

An idea and a video directed by film director Alexis Milant.

Sunday, November 21, 2010

New Ipad Dj Apps Dip into Itunes

New Ipad Dj Apps Dip into Itunes: from DJTechtools

With Apple now allowing all Ipad apps to directly access music in the Itunes music library, a bevy of new programs will begin to offer the first peeks at what future ipad djing might look like. In the example above, the Djay software from Algoriddim has been ported over to the Ipad with a few nice touch elements that appear to work quite well. Numark also explores the paradigm of auto mixing with the IDJ app, which we have after the break.


There is one other application (that we know of) that is currently taking advantage of the new Itunes access. It’s a Numark release called IDJ that enables mix tape/mix sequence creation with “patented” auto Beatmatching technology. It appears to be a really simplified version of Ableton’s sequence view where you can lay out a mix and draw in transitions with automatic tempo matching. Perhaps for a quick and dirty tempo-matched playlist, this might be a handy tool to have around.

More info here

What do you think of these apps? We are still waiting with baited breath for all the crazy controller apps that will surely surface once MIDI-In and Out is finally released in 4.2. A preview of what might be coming is the following video; weird out of the box interfaces that combine animated graphics, multi -touch and a smidgen of magic.

Additional reading:
Dj Apps for the Ipad

Thursday, November 18, 2010

LG "Radio 2.0" (2010)

Y&R Brasil ( ) created a campaign for LG called "Life´s Good Lab", where users of Facebook can create ideas of some new products for the brand. The movie script was done by Y&R. We did the movie direction, storyboards, art direction, edition and we produced the animations with Aleksander Saharovsky ( ). The illustrations were done by Patricia Campinas (​photos/​patricia_campinas ). The soundtrack was developed by Cromo.sônica ( ).

To view this movie in QuickTime format, please visit:​rmax/​w_lg_radio.htm

Rmax Studio
Direction + Motion, 2010          

Monday, November 15, 2010

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Tron Legacy Final Trailer

Tron Legacy Final Trailer: fom Computerlove


Tron Legacy last and final trailer was released today; the preview
includes never before seen footage and a closer look at Kevin Flynn's
(Clu 2.0) digital double (reconstruction). Not sure how Digital Domain pull this off, but can't wait to read more about it.

Apple has a glorious 1080 QT version

Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Google Street View by Sehsucht Berlin

Google Street View by Sehsucht Berlin: form Computerlove

Sehsucht Berlin, the German Motion Design Studio, has produced an Internet film for Google Street View. The spot directed by Sehsucht's Mate Steinforth (ex-PSYOP NY) allows you to cross all continents in under 1 minute 15 sec. - just like Google Street View lets you travel the world without moving out of your chair. The spot illustrates the claim for the overall print, TV and online campaign, 'Life is a Journey', which started in early November 2010 and was created by Hamburg agency Kolle Rebbe.



Client: Google Germany GmbH
Marketing Director: Barbara Daliri Freyduni
Head of Consumer Marketing: Tua Slöör
Product Marketing Manager: Melanie Blaschke
Associate Product Marketing Manager: Fabian Teichmüller

Agency: Kolle Rebbe GmbH
Art Direction: Thomas Knüwer
Consultant: Katrin Becker
Producer: Nina Svechtarov

Production: Sehsucht Berlin GmbH & Co KG
Director: Mate Steinforth
Design: Helge Kiehl, Christian Zschunke, Mate Steinforth
Compositing: Helge Kiehl
3D: Hannes Weikert, Philipp Brömme, Alex Glawion
Stop Motion: Lucas Zanotto, Christian Zschunke, Helge Kiehl
Producer: Nadine Sklodowski, Julia Rudloff (PA)
Music & Sound Design: KAMP Music & Sound Design

Table Connect for iPhone

Table Connect for iPhone: from Computerlove
Connect an iPhone to a large touchscreen table that enables you to control everything just like on the phone...

Adobe Photoshop iPad Concept

Adobe Photoshop iPad Concept: from Computerlove
Looks like Adobe is playing around with a concept app for the iPad that would allow users to mix color, switch tools, sort layers and more. Could be extremely useful when a second display isn't available. Check it out.