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Colour/Annotation Norms

28 Jan 2013
In: Cultural Norms, New York
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How real world annotation norms (fluorescent green) flow over to our augmented worlds.
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Sponsorship & Disgrace

17 Oct 2012
In: Design Inspiration, Shibuya
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How does athletic sponsorship and doping disgrace play out when digital memories are more persistent, and its easier to storify past hype? How does our perception …
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Accidental Annotation

12 Oct 2012
In: Cultural Norms, San Francisco
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A lost bandana or urban annotation or, ultimately both?
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Urban Frames

The visual spaces in which things are placed, positioned. How we will see the city when everything can be overlaid.
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Enjoy the Moment

21 Sep 2012
In: Design Inspiration, Seattle
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Somewhere in Cupertino an interaction designer is having palpitations. But I look at this and I see a beautiful seamless interaction, between this tourist in Seattle, …
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Ad Hoc Filters

08 Jul 2012
In: Ngozi, Research Methods
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Researcher Cara holding a 67mm polariser up to a 62.
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TimeScoped

11 Sep 2011
In: Berlin, Future Perfect
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Binocular optics + webcam + historical data = Timescope. From the WALL product line, more here. The point at which the tools to re-imagine the …
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Alpine Sparklines

18 Jul 2011
In: Design Inspiration, Mishuku
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A “small, high resolution graphics embedded in a context of words, numbers, images“. The mountain stages of the Tour de France highlighted in the window …
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Augmented Barriers

06 Mar 2011
In: Design Inspiration, Haneda
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The red-eye from LA to Tokyo, touch down 5am in Haneda followed by a day spent in a perfect Sunday haze. Thought for today – …
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Political Buildings

What if you can walk and view the city through a lens who has invested in the city? Following the threads of money back to …
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