Interesting work from my old Adobe friends & their collaborators:
Our method automatically enforces consistent appearance of images that share content even without requiring any user input. When the user does make changes to selected images, these changes automatically propagate to other images in the collection, while still maintaining as much consistency as possible.
Check out a beautiful rendering courtesy of Selmesfilms
Aurora australis and aurora borealis (northern lights) as viewed from the International Space Station. Auroras are caused by charged particles entering the atmosphere from above causing ionisation and excitation of atmospheric constituents as they collide with the earth’s magnetic field.
This video was compiled using time lapse footage shot from the International Space Station obtained courtesy of the Earth Science and Remote Sensing Unit, NASA Johnson Space Centre.
I did this to show people that we filter and manipulate what we show on social media, and that we create an online world which reality can no longer meet. My goal was to prove how common and easy it is to distort reality. Everybody knows that pictures of models are manipulated. But we often overlook the fact that we manipulate reality also in our own lives.
Now if only the world would devise a non-1980’s standard (y’know, one with more than 256 ill-compressed colors) and call it “GIF+” or something. The open-source WebP standard is less than half the size of a GIF, but it’s not yet widely supported. Maybe we just need to call it “GIF.”
What do you get when you cross Dribbble with the hot-or-not card-swiping interface popularized by Tinder? Why Tindddle, of course. It presents a neverending stream of designs that you can swipe or arrow left (“meh”) or right (“thumbs up”). I kinda love sitting here & discovering cool bits.
We’d love to hear your thoughts via Google User Experience. My team constantly chats with interesting folks from all walks of life (a Navy chief, a musician, and a homemaker among others this week) and would value your perspective.