Posts Tagged ‘video’

levelHead: augmented reality game

New Zealand digital artist Julian Oliver is working on a cool game that blends the electronic universe with the real world. His work-in-progress game called levelHead uses a series of cubes placed on a table top. Digital cameras and custom […]

Barney’s Army

Way before that purple “Barney” there was Barney’s Army. No real affiliation with the Army per-se, it was more a live, kid’s show that featured an animated “blob” named Barney. It centered around Raleigh and Durham, featured bands and Kids […]

Spark Con 2007

Raleigh, NC – September 20-23 Spark Con ( is a four day event in downtown Raleigh featuring live music, runway fashion, art, local films, inspiring speakers, and a variety of opportunities to connect with and contribute to our creative community. […]

Did You Know2.0

Karl Fisch and Scott McLeod (not that Scott McCloud)in a bit a bit of tech-reflection and future watching. Nice addition/update to Shift Happens. httpv:// [ via Adventures in Digital Marketing ]

SecondLife on NBC-17

Shirley Min (aka Shirls Beck, SecondLife) with NBC 17 met with a few of us in SecondLife last week to learn about what we’re doing in Second Life at NC State for instruction in distance education. httpv:// She has a […]


A Flash Animation Composition for Comic Books and Animated Flipbooks We had a fantastic opportunity for students and guests to experiment with short animation stories and world building to create a sense of place and perspective for creative exploration. Students […]

Digital Comics for Literacy

Storytelling is a key element of learning. We tell stories to explain the world not just for others, but for ourselves. Being able to explain relationships allows us to build on our knowledge, as is related in Paiget’s Theory of […]


Fox Searchlight has taken some care to intellectually associate the film’s sun fixation with the pyrotechnics team Sam and Richard Conway in a brief making-of featurette that looks at Sunshine’s snap, crackle and pop FX. Sunshine Director/Filmmaker Danny Boyle (Trainspotting, […]

Vuvox, Flash presentations on-the-fly

VUVOX is a step up from YouTube but not quite the same this semi-Web2.0, meida-rich, application service provides an alternative viewing experience to the standard image/photo gallery or animation/video amalgamation. It is in semi-Beta and endeavors to be an easy-to-use, […]

Seadragon and Photosynth

A brief (pseudo) example was shown during Apple Worldwide Developers Conference of this method of viewing large datasets of images and content. Apple’s demo used images of DVD movies on a large wall (Finder/Cover Flow). This takes it to a […]