Pixelsumo is a blog about interaction, with an emphasis on play, installation, video game culture, playgrounds and toys. Written by Chris O'Shea.
PhoneBook is a nice concept from Mobile Art Lab in Japan. Its such a simple idea, to combine a Iphone with a childs picture book. You put the phone inside the book itself, with a window to the screen acting as a little portal within the book. Then whilst flipping through the pages to match […]
At a recent This happened, Simon Oliver (Hand Circus) demonstrated to us the process of creating his iPhone game Rolando. I will write about this more once have the video of the presentation online, but what is very clear is that as a gaming & entertainment platform it is really going to take off. Indie […]
Semitransparent Design is a company based in Japan, a talented bunch of artists and designers, consisting of members Ryoji Tanaka, Toshiyuki Sugai, Yusuke Shibata and Hiroshi Sato. I first became aware of their work when I wrote about Motion Wall from Nanika (read post). Semitransparent created Snow Wishes for the same interactive interiors shop exhibit. […]
Sascha Pohflepp got in touch to let me know about his final project at UDK in Berlin, titled Between Blinks & Buttons. Nice one Sascha. Between Blinks & Buttons are two projects about the camera as a networked object. Through making their photos public on the internet, individuals create traces of themselves. In addition to […]
In December 2005 Nokia opened its first Flagship Store in Moscow. The Nokia press release states: we want to offer a relaxing, interactive environment for consumers to truly experience the power of mobility. …Interactive, multimedia displays will engage visitors as they visit the store, encouraging them to share images or send messages to friends. About […]