While NYC-based designers and friends Jessica Walsh and Timothy Goodman completed their experiment “40 Days of Dating” last summer, devoted readers (into the millions) who followed every bit of documentation are all dying to know: what happened next……
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Read more about Journey to Middle Earth with this beautiful Chrome experiment at CreativeBloq.com
youtube: mby6iCoKkO8 Taking place in Middle Earth, the final installment of The Hobbit will be released on December 12th. To celebrate the momentous occassion, Warner Brothers, North Kingdom and Google have teamed up to create a truly immersive experience with The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies website.
In case you’d been wondering what happened to Sugarstring, Verizon’s recent foray into the world of tech journalism, wonder no more: it’s dead. Verizon has decided to shutter it after just over a month of its existence. Going to Sugarstring.com or any of its published stories will lead you nowhere. In a statement to DSL Reports, Verizon referred to the project as a test, and did not go into detail about what led to its demise. “As you know, we’ve always said this was a pilot project; and as with any pilot project, we evaluate, take our learnings, improve our execution and move forward,” a spokesperson said. “That’s what we’ve decided to do here.”
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Read more about Behind the scenes of a seductive experiment with the female form at CreativeBloq.com
Antwerp-based graphic designer Louise Mertens graduated in 2013 with a Masters in Fine Arts. Her creative design is “inspired by the female body”, and she specialises in subverting expectations using a liberal combination of mixed media and collaged materials. Here, Mertens reveals how her experiments with the female form are particularly inspired by the work of a leading Polish portraitist and fashion photographer…
Have you ever heard about the small-world experiment? In fact we are just 6 persons away from somebody on the other end of the country! Know more about the phenomenon and its practical significance from this blog post.
67 years ago, the US sent fruit flies into space inside a V-2 rocket to see if they could survive the radiation. Thus began a long and storied history of bringing animals off planet to explore what happens when gravity disappears. One of the latest: a Russian satellite called Foton-M No. 4 that was launched into orbit last week containing fruit flies once again. But this time there were also five geckos, whose sex lives were going to be studied on camera — for science. That was until one of the engines controlling the satellite stopped responding to ground commands that were trying to raise the vessel into a higher orbit.
Snapchat may be best known for its “ephemeral” messaging, but the company is experimenting with a new way to share live events. Just hours before the World Cup final between Argentina and Germany, all Snapchat users were given access to “Our Story” — a collection of curated Snaps from users in Brazil. The continuous stream of Snaps is an equally surreal and exciting way of experiencing an event. In a way, the masses of unknown faces allow you to live vicariously through World Cup visitors. However it makes you feel, it’s clearly a new way of viewing a live event that’s entirely discrete from both traditional media (like television) and other forms of social media like Twitter or Instagram.
This isn’t the first time that Snapchat has…