Everyone has a calling, some for fashion, some for business, some for art, but whatever their calling the most important thing that they can do is to recognize it and grasp a hold of their opportunities to create a future they can be passionate about. The field of photography is one in which it is highly important for an individual to forge their own path and to create their own unique identity. Photography is an art that is spread across such a wide variety of businesses such as fashion, art, advertising, food, travel, interiors, products, people, and the list goes on. In forging their career path a photographer must discover in which field their path lies; they must discover their true passion.
The eyes of the viewer (which are being read by a web cam installed within a completely modular and recyclable box) are projected in real time within the glasses’ negative space, making the spectator part of our piece. To do so, we are using Modul8, an iCam, and a Mac Mini to run the software.
Whats the latest hype with Facebook? The social networking site has unleashed its chains breaking free of its domain as it lets you “like” things all over/anywhere on the Web.
Facebook Like buttons for the entire web. They are the same Like buttons you see on Facebook, which will now be seen on various websites.
If you are a webmaster, you might be interested in implementing this on your blog/website right away, since it lets users to share something they find interesting on your website on click of a button.
Twitter has been nothing short of successful since the website launched itself in 2006. The social media site has revolutionized the online world by allowing users to follow others and stay up-to-date on the latest trends and topics. In the last 4 years, aside from the extremely rapid growing fan base, not much has changed to the site’s style and design — until now…
Perhaps the most complex feature on Twitter for a new user to understand is the infamous HashTag and how it can be applied to a topic with its respective symbol (“#”) at the start of the tag to identify it. Twitter hashtags like #followfridays spread information on the twittersphere while also helping to organize and categorize flow of information by bringing communities and interest groups together.
Logorama brings to life a world built out of familiar logos. Hundreds of logos and mascots are used, and they include examples from software companies, shopping centers, restaurants, sports teams, movies, and any number of other products, agencies, and corporations. It’s a lot of fun watching all of these familiar logos used so creatively. They fill the screen and zip by without calling attention to themselves. Watching Logorama is like a game of “How Many Logos Can You Name?” To fully appreciate this animated short, one needs to freeze-frame each part and check out all the details.