See what you mean blog

Very touchy-feely...



‘See what you mean’ has been taking a look at Microsoft Surface™ and the importance now being placed on user experience. Good design and interaction is the driving force behind Surface and it won't be long before we start seeing these everywhere from Hotel lobbies to Dentist's waiting rooms! Take a look at the Experience & videos on the Surface website or the demo from @CES 2008 earlier this year on Youtube. It's an exciting time for interactive designers and visual communicators...

Go ape!



Those clever cats at the School of Psychology, University of St Andrews in Scotland, have come up with the Face Transformer. Use the Perception Laboratory's Face Transformer to change the age, race or sex of a facial image or even make an ape of yourself! Students eh!

Blu-movie...



Muto - An incredible piece of work from illustrator/street artist blu. Each drawing improvised onto the wall and photographed with a simple digital camera, frame by frame. Created in Buenos Aires, one of the few cities where you can still paint public walls easily.

FWATheater.com


FWATheater - The latest creative resource from our friends at thefwa.com. A brand new showcase and archive of creative video & motion graphics, to rival giants like motionographer. We know www.thefwa.com well and have always enjoyed the rich variety of featured sites, looking forward to more of the same from Theater.

Really interesting video component/back-end from FiV, worth checking out, looks very handy and customisable.

Infinite universe



Exploratory designer Maxim Zhestkov takes us on an intriguing journey through universe, infinity, space and physics. Zhestkov, a passionate 3D fractal enthusiast, gives us a small glimpse inside the designers mind. Note: Click the 'watch' link under the images to view the videos.

A right bunch of Charlie's...



Charlie Co. have produced some lovely typographic title stings for truTV in the US (go to recent work/TRU TV IDS). Take a look through the drop downs on the popup window, they have a different sequence for each genre.