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Ken Burns on Story Telling

Posted in film, inspiration, Media, quality by aldorf on July 21, 2012

What makes a great story? For legendary filmmaker Ken Burns, the answer is both complicated and personal. In this short documentary about the craft of storytelling, he explains his lifelong mission to wake the dead.

Ken Burns: On Story from Redglass Pictures on Vimeo.

Forever Bicycles :::: New Installation by Ai Weiwei

Posted in architecture, art by aldorf on January 11, 2012

Attention To Detail – Product Design by Joey Roth

Posted in architecture, design, inspiration, quality by aldorf on January 9, 2012

In love with these speakers…

 

view joeyroth.com

Did You See That?! GIF Psychedelica :::: Awesome ::::

Posted in Animation, art, design by aldorf on January 6, 2012

By Yoshi Sodeoka. His portfolio is packed with visual stimuli. (via todayandtomorrow).

Check out this iphone app.

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Hello Future – The Bionic Exoskeleton

Posted in innovation, pioneers, quality by aldorf on January 5, 2012

Ekso is the bionic exoskeleton that allows wheelchair users to stand and walk.

How it works
Guided by a clinician, Ekso utilizes four electromechanical motors and
an intelligent algorithm to provide patients with a smooth natural gait.

It will debut in rehabilitation centers in early 2012
and enable users to stand, walk, make turns and sit.


Dead Pixel In Google Earth – The Great Work of Helmut Smits

Posted in art, ideas by aldorf on December 10, 2011

I love his work. Helmut Smits (1974) is a multidisciplinary visual artist based in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. Make sure to check out his website.

(Dead Pixel In Google Earth)

(Microphones)

(Photo Tip)

(Paddling Fountain)

Astonishing Poetry – Sarah Kay at TED

Posted in art, conference, inspiration, Media by aldorf on December 1, 2011

This TED talk turned her poem into a worldwide sensation. Listen to Sarah Kay’s extraordinary talent.

Sarah Kay’s astonishing poem in hardcover.

Floating Orchestra by Poietic Studio

Posted in Animation, art, Media, music by aldorf on October 15, 2011

The Idea: 19 spheres come to life, as you become a supernatural conductor. Each ball becomes an orchestral instrument that increases in volume as it physically rises. You can create your own soundscape whilst the balls levitate and dance to the music.

This is currently controlled via the touch screen of an iPhone, however, it may soon be naturally controlled with your movement.

The Hyper Island Way

Posted in ideas, inspiration, Media, quality by aldorf on September 19, 2011

5 Days in 5 Minutes – a video showing the inside story of the students’ process
with real briefs from real clients in a 5-day project assignment. This is Hyper Island.

Soundtank by Nik Nowak

Posted in art, music by aldorf on September 19, 2011

Berlin based artist Nik Nowak created this mobile soundsystem.

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