Consumers can buy houses for dogs, Barbie dolls, parrots and now even for their webcams. The paper house is for your personal computer webcam. The small abode is set-up over a webcam built into a computer’s monitor. It’s designed in Japan by architect Ryuji Nakamura. It also has an interior design: small windows, table and chairs to make it more comfy inside. So each webcam picture becomes a piece of art. Here you see yourself becoming small and big at the same time. Continue reading … Webcam House
You don’t see a lot of four squared heads walking around. Especially when the head is digital. How can we call these people? Homo Sapiens? Homo Apple or maybe iFemales? This one is a real Apple cyborg. iPad Head Girl walks around Bryant Park in New York City. The good thing about all that is that you can communicate from different angles with her, well see at least.
Think of a bread roll and then slice it or a piece of a cake. Next step is to imagine that those pieces are photos. This concept was being used by Dentsu London and BERG to create an experimental idea “Making Future Magic” using iPad advantages.
Newspapers Are Still Useful. The creators of the Newsday iOS app use a clever bit of anti-marketing to promote their app.
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