Part one of Volume 5 explores the connections between the moving framed image and geography, offering author-created videos and movie clips to supplement textual materials.
Part two of Volume 5 engages a range of media from televisual and cinematic spaces to altporn’s Suicide Girls to the use of place in transnational news..
– Aether: The Journal of Media Geography Upcoming Issues
Nearness explores interacting without touching.
Matt Webb “Scientific fiction” (Lift09 EN) on Vimeo “The relationship between science-fiction and design is rich and pretty straight-forward, as explained by UK designer Matt Webb. Starting from examples of believable “scientific fiction”, he describes how he implements this sort of thinking into a design process to create original prototypes.”
Moléculaire is a molecular 3D food printer that takes the marriage of science and cooking to a new level.
Tomorrow’s World BBC Titles 1978 (via revoxy)
Stratus Air: A Cooper concept project
Map/Territory on Vimeo (via Vimeo)
iHologram – iPhone application “The iHologram app was not real. It was an illustration of an idea I had which I believe could work with the technology (combining anamorphosis and motion sensing). Unfortunately I’m just an ideas person, and I can show how things should look, but I’m no hardcore programmer.”
Morph is a concept demonstrating some of the possibilities nanotechnologies might enable in future communication devices.