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16/08/2013

Strapping on an Oculus Rift

Strapping on an Oculus Rift

Last week, we were fortunate enough to have Iestyn Lloyd come by the studio to demo an Oculus Rift. He wasn’t trying to sell us one – Iestyn is a developer first and foremost as well as part time Unity3D/Oculus…

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25/04/2012

The 40 Pixel Puppeteer

The 40 Pixel Puppeteer

For myself and 350 million other Google Gmail users, the omnipresent black topnav has been capturing more than its share of web experience. Google is continually positioning itself as the operating system of the web. (hence the Chrome push) From…

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19/03/2012

5 Things learned and observed at Creators Project 2012, San Francisco:

5 Things learned and observed at Creators Project 2012, San Francisco:

This past weekend I went to the Creators Project in Fort Mason, San Francisco. Here are some quick observations from the talks and installations. – Meredith Valiando, co-founder of the DigiTour, stressed that when it comes to building online audiences,…

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18/01/2012

15 Observations from CES 2012

15 Observations from CES 2012

MBSF’s Nick and Scott headed down to CES in Vegas last week. Here’s a beginners guide to what went down, and some eye-witness footage of the highlights everyone is talking about: 1/ Gesture based UI is going to play a…

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28/11/2011

onedotzero 11

onedotzero 11

Last week a few of us went to onedotzero at the BFI, an annual festival showcasing the best in moving image, digital and interactive arts. It includes one-off live audio-visual performances, club nights and film screenings. Through its 15 years…

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04/11/2011

The future of technology: Where would we spill?

The future of technology: Where would we spill?

Microsoft have been busy bees of late. In between predicting the future, embracing hackers with Kinect technology and killing possible tablet innovations I doubt they’ve even had to time to put the kettle on. Microsoft’s second official foray into technology…

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23/09/2011

Working Together: Hacking, Open Source Libraries, and On-Site Collaboration for Hand Drawn

Working Together: Hacking, Open Source Libraries, and On-Site Collaboration for Hand Drawn

The Kinect is interesting not just because of what it does, but because of the ways it has been shared. As soon as it was released, hackers competed to create, document, and share code for decoding the information from the…

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21/09/2011

Hand Drawn – A Kinect hack

Hand Drawn – A Kinect hack

Hand Drawn – A Kinect hack from Moving Brands® on Vimeo.   A few weeks back, we journeyed down to sunny Brighton for what is hopefully the first of many Mini Maker Faires to be hosted there. The reason for…

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26/08/2011

Ness casestudy is live

Ness casestudy is live

We are very excited to showcase the work we have done with Ness computing to develop their brand and launch their first app Ness. Ness is an recommendation engine that uses machine learning when looking at social data from Facebook,…

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27/07/2011

Talk to me

Talk to me

The Museum of Modern Art (MOMA) in New York launched a new exhibition on Sunday – ‘Talk to Me: Design and the Communication between People and Objects.’ It includes nearly 200 projects highlighting the various ways objects help people interact…

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