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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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Elon Musk: PayPal to rocket science in 14 years

Elon Musk: PayPal to rocket science in 14 years

To many, the name Elon Musk doesn’t mean anything. The names PayPal and Tesla Motors do though. This man is the name behind those two other names and he is where to look for the future of rocket science and…

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News

12/03/2013

The international women’s day in Tech City event

The international women’s day in Tech City event

Last Friday MB was one of many creatives showcasing work at Poke’s the International Women’s Day in Tech City event. A meet-up to recognise and celebrate women working in the industry in and around East London. The work represented varied…

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07/01/2013

2012 round up part 1 – Emerging tech

2012 round up part 1 – Emerging tech

Starting off the 2012 roundups: an entry for geekiest in the series.   Controllers and prototyping tools continued to improve We at MB like to explore new interfaces and prototyping tools in our innovation projects. By the end of 2012,…

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07/04/2012

AR making us less human?

AR making us less human?

This week Google formally announced their augmented reality Glasses project. As I digested our inevitable augmented future, I was finishing up Chuck Klosterman’s 2009 book “Eating the Dinosaur”. A circuitous dissertation on American pop culture covering everything from time-travel to…

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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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09/03/2012

Prototype is a Verb

Prototype is a Verb

Yesterday afternoon I attended Arup Explores Prototyping, an afternoon workshop of short talks and discussions on the present and future of rapid prototyping in architecture, engineering and design. As one of almost 20 speakers, I spoke briefly about Hand Drawn…

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News

26/01/2012

Augmented Reality: Are we there yet?

Augmented Reality: Are we there yet?

From my trawling on the net this week, trying to kick my head back into the reality of January drizzle, the many predictions and speculations of what 2012 could bring seemed, even for a normal January, to be particularly excitable.…

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News

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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10/01/2012

Immersive Entertainment

Immersive Entertainment

One of the apps that really stood out to me in 2011 was ConditionOne. While it’s focus and content are specific, it opened a door to the world of immersive video. The ability to physically interact with moving image through…

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