Constraint -> Creativity. Christopher Dormoy writes,
Having to stay home does not mean less creation. It is time to observe and experience elements and details of our daily life that we find at home.
I wanted to play with ice, flower and ink and see what kind of universe I can created with the macro and motion timelapse technique. I spent many hours to observe and experiment the ice and how it react with liquids like ink but also, oil, paint and soap. Some effects are hypnotic and surprising.
“Stare. It is the way to educate your eye, and more. Stare, pry, listen, eavesdrop. Die knowing something. You are not here long.” ― Walker Evans.
…or at least, the 64K-🐢 drone footage. Aerial cameras + workers wielding giant rollers full of temporary white paint are helping count these magnificent old dudes. (I think I spotted Crush down there…)
TBH I’m a little nonplussed about the specific effects shown here, but I remain intrigued by the idea of a highly accessible, results-oriented app that could also generate layered imagery for further tweaking in Photoshop and other more flexible tools.
The main goal of apps like this might simply be to introduce more people to the Adobe ecosystem. Adobe CTO Abhay Parasnis said as much in an interview with The Verge, in which he calls Photoshop Camera “the next one in that journey for us.” Photoshop Camera could act as the “gateway drug” to a Creative Cloud subscription for anybody who discovers a dormant love of photo editing.
Resolve allows project teams to review large BIM files on the Oculus Quest in a collaborative environment. With a few clicks teams can bring in files from Autodesk BIM 360 and use Resolve to leave speech-to-text annotations, measure, markup, and inspect BIM properties in VR.
Constraint -> Creativity: Travel photographer Erin Sullivan has put her time at home to really fun use, conjuring tiny worlds using household objects & vegetables. Check out this gallery on My Modern Met.
Starting today, you can easily see the times when a transit station is historically more or less busy to plan your trip accordingly or you can look at live data showing how busy it is right now compared to its usual level of activity. Simply search for a station in Google Maps or tap on the station on the map to see the departure board and busyness data, where available.