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60 Years in 60 Poems

Brand · July 16, 2012 ·

60 Years in 60 Poems is a project commissioned for the BBC/Arts Council platform The Space. The project lifts the poems off the pages of Carol Ann Duffy’s «Jubilee Lines» and interprets them using actors’ recordings, sound-based generative design and archive film footage to create an exciting new way to experience poetry. Credits: Faber & Faber, Stefanie Posavec and Somethin’ Else

Xperia™ Visualization Project

Brand · July 7, 2011 ·

Powered by Google and twitter, the Xperia™ Visualization Project is trying to present what is trending right now all across the globe. And yet it’s a little inaccurate: for example the good people from Iceland seem to be ‘big fans’ of german tweets.

T-Minus

Project · July 4, 2011 ·

T-Minus is a calendar to keep track of awards deadlines so you’ll never forget to run or submit your work. Credits: RKCR · B-Reel · Saint

Anatomy of a Mashup

Project · June 9, 2011 ·

«Anatomy of a Mashup: Definitive Daft Punk visualised» is an impressive real time visualization of a complex Daft Punk medley – powered by HTML5. Credits: Cameron Adams

André Anaya

Portfolio · May 5, 2011 ·

André Anaya is a talented brazilian Flash developer who is currently working at rumba. André has worked on some interesting and quite famous websites.

Chinese Soul

Brand · February 2, 2011 ·

Chinese Soul is a new website for the CD production ”Travelogue – Chinese Soul” by Jazz musician Werner Fischer. Amazing illustrated sound visualizations! Site by Andreas Weber.

Ilya Varlamov

Portfolio · December 30, 2010 ·

Discover the global portfolio website of russian photographer Ilya Varlamov. credits: Oblako

Many Colors. One Voice.

Brand · December 20, 2010 ·

The “Many Colors, One Voice” application scans a number of various social media platforms to interpret emotional phrases, and tags these emotions with color to create a data visualization. credits: Ignition

OMGWTFBBQ

Project · October 7, 2010 ·

“Oh My God What The Fuck Barbecue” is an Urban Dictionary/Google Images mashup. Take care: Not safe for work! site by Cartelle

Look To The Moon

Project · August 18, 2010 ·

Look To The Moon is an ongoing observation station that is constantly collating, visualising and interpreting the collective words, images and creations shared by the digital world. credits: Daniel Ruston

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