A logo should define an entity, and it should encapsulate everything you do in one singular image. With that mantra in mind, creating a successful, simple yet illustrative logo can be a difficult project to undertake.
Sephora’s ‘The New Black’ series is inspired by newspaper typography
Mexican clothing company MACHINA uses gestures to control software
(via The Creators Project)
Take photos with the blink of an eye — Enter Iris
(via Brit & Co)
Coldplay has been turning its audience into interactive participants at recent concerts by handing them Xylobands, LED-illuminated wristbands that can be activated using a radio signal.
Intel demonstrates an ultrabook wirelessly charging a smartphone.
The demonstration shows a smartphone able to be charged by being placed next to a modified Acer Aspire laptop. When in proximity, a notification pops up on the phone to let you know charging is in progress.
New technology allows physical buttons to rise from a touchscreen.
The Tactile Layer technology created by Tactus Technology uses microfluidics to allow physical buttons or shapes to rise up out of a touch screen. The technology adds no further thickness to the screen as it replaces a layer of traditional touchscreen display stacks.
Check out the video, it looks almost unbelieveable! The best part is that this isn’t just a one-off prototype in a lab, but a demonstration Android Tablet using a technique that’s almost ready for mass production. The company says the technology will be available in tablets, phones, and other mobile devices from 2013.
Startup Ayotle and advertising agency Digitas want to turn everything — even a piece of paper — into an interactive surface.