10 creative writing tips from your neighborhood homeless that’s guaranteed to have you reaching deep in your pockets.
UK-based designers Felix Heyes & Ben West have created a dictionary that contains the first Google Image result for every one of the 21,000 words in the average English dictionary.
Simply labeled as ‘Google’ in gold on the front cover, the task of creating a 1240-page picture book was made a little easier by using the PHP scripts written by West’s brother. One downloaded the images in sequence, and the other laid them out into columns.
I came across this video a few weeks ago and thought it worthy of a mention, stimulating to view and thought I would share it on our blog.
The Motion Project was a collaboration between a lot of clever creative people working together to create a machine that turns motion into music. This is something I touched upon a few years ago at Derooted Labs using different motion sensing open source techniques which proved to be quite effective. This was of course pre-microsoft 360 kinect days when all we had to work with was Processing patches and software such as junxion which is a Mac OSX data routing application that can process ‘sensors’ from any HID (joysticks, mice, touchscreens), MIDI, OSC, Audio, Arduino and Video device using conditional processing and remapping, with MIDI or OSC events as its output. This resulting MIDI or OSC data is then available to any audio or music software that runs on that Mac or can be send to external MIDI/OSC devices.
After 3 and-a-half years of post-secondary education, I thought I had a pretty good grasp on the world of advertising — and I did, but unfortunately it was limited to the world of big brand advertising. What I didn’t know is that there is a whole market of medium and small businesses who also need to advertise. It’s because of my introduction to this world, through Derooted, that my interest has been restored in the entire industry.
With this being my first blog post for Derooted I thought that it would be best to share one of the most important things I’ve learned as a design intern. Find ways to always be inspired, whether it is reading a book, going for a walk outside, or doing some random sketches, it is a quintessential thing for anyone in the creative field to take that into consideration to be sure that their work doesn’t become repetitive.
In the year 2062, a bunch of elderly hipsters are interviewed about the good old days of social media.