Demystifying the manufacturing process. Awesome site.
Nike is on gamifying mode with their range of products for the Fuelband and Nike+, and trying to make sports a big game. And they just released a spot that illustrates that. Pretty nice for the old-skool gamers, like me, who grew up playing Mario and Donkey Kong.
So, photographer Henry Hargreaves has decided to get gadgets, and cook them in a deep fryer. He says: “I see similarities between tech culture and fast food. Quickly devoured and then discarded.” And the man has got a point. And plenty of cool photos to demonstrate it.
p.s. No actual electronics were harmed in the making of these amazing shots: all of them were made out of foamcore. Still they look like the real thing. And also appetizing, like most things deep-fried.
Remember Tetris? Angry Birds? Draw Something and what not? Here’s a great article on NY Times Mag about how these hyperaddictie stupid games have been part of human culture since… huh… forever.
Plus, they designed this little game on their page, where you can shoot down elements from the page (ads, titles etc etc). Click on the image below to check it out:
First post of the year! Click on the pic for the jump. Happy 2012 everybody!
This is just locked in a magnetic ‘track’, so it just works if theres a magentic ‘thingie’ below or above. But imagine the day when things could freely levitate anywhere. Just like Marty McFly’s hoverboard…
Sadly, all of those objects aren’t even 30 yrs old.